Yellow Bird™ Side Surface Planer

   

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Starboard

Port

  • Carries a lure 150'+ off the side of your boat  
  • Carries a lure up to 100' behind the planer
  • Planer is automatically tripped
Carries a fishing lure 150' or more off the side of your boat and up to 100' behind the planer. When a fish strikes, the planer is automatically tripped.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by good for the money i use these at Lake Cumberland for stripers and other lakes for hybirds. They work pretty good unless water is real rough. The releases included are junk though, buy some red devil releases. These boards are ok for the money. October 16, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Yellow birds Bought several to striper fish with trolling live bait. Not very pleased with performance at low trolling speeds and pulling live baits! Puling live bait for stripers I like to troll around.5 to .8 mph. That slow, these boards dont plane out where they should and just want to DRAG behind the boat and get tangled up. If you run up around 1.3 to 1.7 they actually work alright, but way to fast too pull live bait and keep it at your desired depth. You get what you pay for,......cheap boards, cheap results! March 21, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by YELLOW BIRD MODIFICATION We have 6 yellow birds for spring salmon sighing on the south end of Lake Michigan. Had to bend the wire angle to make them track in 1-2 ft. waves. Aslo had to change out the undersized releases with offshore releases. When price is added up we should have spent the bucks for the walleye board or offshore planer boards. The yellow birds have to be tuned and they don't do well in heavier chop. We will slowly phase them out of our boat equipment for salmon fishing. May 23, 2009
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i used a swivel on end of line on top of swivel a couple nice sized glass beads do the trick. from the swivel to the bait is a 4 to 6 foot leader
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starboard is right side and port is left
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Starboard is the right side of your boat when you are driving, port is the left side.
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 - Lake Cumberland, KY
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The easy way to remember is .. looking the direction the boat is pointed ..
PORT is LEFT :: notice both are 4 letters.. So if the 4 letter word is left the other has to be STARBOARD ...
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Left side of the boat facing the front =Port
Right side of the boat facing the front = Starboard
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