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Big Jon Electric Planer Reels

Big Jon Electric Planer Reels

Description

Big Jon's electric planer reel mounts to any mast, rail or radar arch that is 7/8" to 1 1/2" in diameter

Features

  • Powerful 12 volt electric motor with adjustable disc clutch
  • Adjustable clamp fits any rail or mast from 7/8" to 1 1/2"
  • 20 foot power cord with remote switches and circuit breakers
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$379.99
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$345.38
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  • If you want to custom build your own electric planer system, you're in luck! You can mount
    Big Jon's Single Electric Planer/Kite/Teaser Reels to any mast, rail or radar arch that is 7/8 inch to 1 1/2 inches in diameter. Add Big Jon's Planer Pulleys to complete you planer system.
  • The Single Electric Planer/Kite/Teaser Reels feature "High Torque" 12 volt, sealed motors with remote switches and adjustable disc clutches. The reels come wound with 150 feet of highly visible, 135 pound test tow line. The tow lines have been fitted with swivel clips, ready to attach to your planers.
  • Fishing with Big Jon's planer riggers allows you to spread your lure presentation over a wide area (up to 150 feet from each side of your boat). That gives you a real advantage when fishing "Boat Shy" game fish.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Big Jon Electric Planer Reels PM00001 Electric planer reels, single
$345.38
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Big Jon Electric Planer Reels PM00002 Electric planer reels, dual
$660.66
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