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Cannon MAG 10 STX Tournament Style Electric Downrigger

Cannon MAG 10 STX Tournament Style Electric Downrigger

Description

The Cannon MAG 10 STX Tournament Style Electric Downrigger features a stainless steel spool, mounting base, low-profile swivel base and a telescopic stainless steel boom that extends from 24" to 53".

Features

  • IP 68 Waterproof Power Cord
  • Dual Axis Adjustable Rod Holder
  • Corrosion Resistant Construction
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Magnum gives you the edge with a lethal combination of power and performance. Serious boat captains rely on its rugged construction, fast retrieval rate, and intelligent features like Short Stop and Positive Ion Control. We built it to be straightforward and hardworking - just like the guys who trust it every day.

Features:

  • Easy spool access
  • Three-digit depth counter
  • Integrated ball storage hook
  • 20-lb weight capacity
  • Includes line release and 250' of 150-lb test stainless steel cable
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Cannon MAG 10 STX Tournament Style Electric Downrigger 1902310 MAG 10 STX Tournament Style Electric Downrigger
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