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Scotty 2106 HP Depthpower Electric Downrigger 60 SS Telescoping Boom w/ Swivel Base - Single Rod Holder

Scotty 2106 HP Depthpower Electric Downrigger 60 SS Telescoping Boom w/ Swivel Base - Single Rod Holder
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High Performance Electric Downrigger

The High Performance Downrigger features a new illuminated digital line counter as well as the sleek new Rocket Launcher rod holder. Pre-spooled with the HP stainless steel downrigger wire, the HP models have unbeatle pulling power lifting 20 lb. weights with ease at 260 ft. / min, and 10 lb. weights at 312 ft. / min.

Includes:
  • 36" - 60" telescoping stainless steel boom. 1 1/4" dia.
  • Illuminated, resettable, sealed and silent digital line counter
  • 300 ft. of 180 lb. Test, 316 stainless steel downrigger wire
  • 1/2" Kevlar drive belt by Optibelt TM - The same belts used
    by superior European auto manufacturers
  • Clutch brake with the largest braking surface in the industry
  • Boom mounted adjustable Rocket Launcher Rod Holder
  • Swivel Pedestal Mount



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Scotty 2106 HP Depthpower Electric Downrigger 60 SS Telescoping Boom w/ Swivel Base - Single Rod Holder 2106 SCOTTY 2106 HP DEPTHPOWER DOWNRIGGER 60" SS TELESCOPING
$716.15
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