P77769

Powerwinch Quick Catch Pot Puller

Powerwinch Quick Catch Pot Puller

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The Powerwinch Quick Catch Pot Puller allows the boater to control lines with ease without having additional crew members.

Features

  • Fast 150'/min Retrieval With 100 lb Load
  • Twice As Fast As The 300
  • Low Current Motor Draw
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Rather than using the hand-over-hand method of retrieving lines, the capstan offers a mechanical advantage that is both faster and safer. The capstan does the heavy lifting with only a small amount of effort. The maximum speed of the line retrieval depends on the rotational speed of the drum. The benefit is that the retrieval speed can be adjusted by decreasing the tension on the retrieved line, maintaining control over a very heavy load with little effort.
This useful device, which has been around since the early days of sailing, is still used today. Recreational fishermen, like commercial fishermen, use these for hauling crab and lobster pots and there are many other uses aboard boats. The few mechanical parts and ease of use have made this a favorite of fisherman worldwide. While chains should NEVER be wrapped around a drum, the majority of lines can be handled on a capstan.

Powerwinch has a model to fit your needs. All Powerwinch capstans come with a foot control switch that allows for hands-free operation.

Quick Catch Pot Puller
Spend more time fishing, less time pulling pots
Up to 200 pounds of pulling power!
Our Quick Catch Pot Puller is perfect for fast, safe and easy retrieval of lobster or crab pots with a fast retrieval speed of 150' ft/minute. Electrical power assist retrieves pots in less than two minutes!

  • Easy to operate foot control
  • Handles unlimited rope lengths
  • Stainless steel internal shafts, fasteners and hardware
  • All aluminum housing, e-coat primer with a powder topcoat
  • Two year limited bow to stern warranty



Ratings
175 (ft/min) @ 50lbs
150 (ft/min) @ 100lbs
120 (ft/min) @ 150lbs

Average 12v current draw @ 100 lbs = 43 amps

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Powerwinch Quick Catch Pot Puller P77769 Quick Catch Pot Puller
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