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Cannon Uni-Troll 10 STX Tournament Series Manual Downrigger

Cannon Uni-Troll 10 STX Tournament Series Manual Downrigger

Description

The Cannon Uni-Troll 10 STX Tournament Series Manual Downrigger is perfect for smaller boats and allows for quick line retrieval and controlled, one-handed weight descent.

Features

  • One-Hand Clutch Deploy For Simple, Precise Bait Positioning
  • Enclosed Boom End Pulley Prevents Line Jumping
  • Ergonomic Crank Handle
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More control at every turn.

Take command of controlled depth fishing when you equip your boat with our Uni-Troll™ manual downriggers. 
FAST RETRIEVAL RATE
Our Uni-Troll and Easi-Troll models feature an innovative design that lets you pull your lines back in with less cranking effort. The quicker you can retrieve your lines, the quicker you can get back to catching fish.
CONTROLLED WEIGHT DESCENT
Get controlled, accurate bait positioning thanks to the One-Hand Clutch Deploy on all Cannon manual downriggers. It's designed to gradually, precisely lower your weight and lure into the strike zone.

Features:

  • Fast, effortless 2:1 retrieval speed
  • Easy-Access Universal Mounting Base - same as our electric models
  • Dual axis rod holder - fully adjustable, both front to back and side to side
  • Integrated ball storage hook
  • Three-digit depth counter
  • Pre-spooled with 200' of 150-lb test stainless steel cable and includes a line release
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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