ED02012L

Big Jon Electric Downriggers

Big Jon  Electric Downriggers

Description

The Big Jon electric downriggers are designed to be fished straight off the back of the boat.

Features

  • 4" x 4" mounting plate with hold down knobs
  • Footage counter
  • Stainless steel cable
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$599.99
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$550.00
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  • The Band Buster line release is one of the simplest line releases you can find. Also, it is very popular because it signals when a fish strikes, by transmitting the action to the rod tip, making the rod tip bounce.
  • All Big Jon downriggers are given a bright anodized finish that will resist corrosion and add a beauty to your boat that plastic riggers can not offer. The bright silver finish will make your boat shine.
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