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Scotty 2500 Electric Trap/Pot Line Puller

Scotty 2500 Electric Trap/Pot Line Puller
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Electric Trap/Pot Line Puller

Built to Work...Built to Last

The Scotty Line Puller is the ultimate crab and prawn trap pulling machine. This compact puller makes for easy stowing and attaches directly to you existing Scotty downrigger mounts. Its high torque 12V motor pulls 1 crab trap and up to 4 prawn traps with ease and is backed by an unbeatable 2-year warranty.

Features:
  • Compact size makes for easy stowing
  • Attached directly to your existing Scotty downrigger mount
  • Low amp draw
  • High torque 12V motor
  • Accommodates 1/4" - 3/8" line
  • 100lb trap capacity
  • Heavy duty stainless steel and composite construction
  • Easy access on/off switch
  • Pulls 1 crab trap and up to 4 prawn traps
  • Back by a 2-year warranty
  • Scotty/Marinco™ plug, receptacle and mount included
  • Swivel base NOT included
  • For recreational use only
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