PM00371

Big Jon Planer Riggers

Big Jon Planer Riggers

Description

The Big Jon Planer Riggers are made out of high-strength aluminum making them the sturdiest mast on the market

Features

  • 150 feet of lure presentation
  • 135 pound test tow line per reel
  • 2 piece planner mast
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$374.99
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$247.20
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The mast is constructed of 6061 aluminum with a ⅛" thick wall to stand up to the load of two planers and multiple fishing lines!

All aluminum parts are precision machined on CNC Mills to insure an exact fit when assembled.

Big Jon offers you the option of a Pedistal Seat Mount that fits Springfield seat bases (the most common seat base used by American boat builders ).

Features:

  • Big Jon's Dual Manual Planer Rigger has been long regarded as "The Industry Standard"; for good reason, it is constructed from high-strength aluminum! The 1 1/2 inch diameter tubing used for the mast has a 1/8th inch wall thickness! You won't find a sturdier mast on the market.
  • The two 8 inch reels feature adjustable disc clutches and come wound with 150 feet of highly visible, 135 pound test tow line per reel. The tow lines have been fitted with swivel clips, ready to attach to your planers.
  • The 72 inch, 2 piece planer mast comes complete with a heavy-duty cast aluminum mounting base and two pulleys on swivels.
  • 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.
  • This Big Jon planer mast has been given a bright anodized finish that will resist corrosion and add to the beauty of your boat. When you choose Big Jon products, your boat will shine.
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