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Big Jon Otter Boat Planer Board

Big Jon Otter Boat Planer Board

Description

The Big Jon Otter Boat Planner Board will not stall when the boat makes a turn and the lines will not drop.

Features

  • Handles rough waters with ease
  • Maintains its momentum to keep lure presentation active and attractive
  • Gains better distance from the boat than old fashion skis
List Price
$154.99
Your Price
$114.92
In Stock

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Big Jon Sports offers the most advanced design in planers on the market! The Otter Boat is a revolutionary concept that employs improved hydrodynamics. The Otter Boat will gain greater distance from your boat than the old fashion boards and skis and will not trail as far behind your boat as they do. The Otter Boat handles rough water with ease, an advantage the will keep you fishing when other fishermen are forced to give up! No other planer offers the line control that the Otter Boat offers! It will not stall when your boat makes a turn and your lines will not drop. The Otter Boat will maintain it's momentum and that means your lure presentation stays active and attractive.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Big Jon Otter Boat Planer Board OTTBOAT Otter boat planer board
$114.92
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