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Scotty 1050 Depthmaster Masterpack w/1021 Clamp Mount

Scotty 1050 Depthmaster Masterpack w/1021 Clamp Mount
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1050 Depthmaster
Master Pack

1050 Depthmaster rigged with a portable No. 1021 clamp mount

Standard Features
  • 23" long, 3/4" diameter stainless steel boom
  • Adjustable boom-mounted Rod Master II
  • rod holder
  • Spray protected, positive drive depth counter
  • Scotty Power Grip Plus line release
  • Quick-slide No. 1010 deck mounting bracket
  • An automatic brake with the most disk brake surface on the market. In the event of a bottom hang-up, it will pay-out to avoid losing gear
  • A high speed one foot per turn spool coupled with the extra leverage extension handles makes cranking a breeze
  • 200 ft. of premium 150 lb. stainless steel downrigger cable
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Scotty 1050 Depthmaster Masterpack w/1021 Clamp Mount 1050MP SCOTTY 1050 DEPTHMASTER MANUAL DOWNRIGGER W/ CLAMP MT
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