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Mueller

I'm thinking of putting Cannon Mag 10T downriggers on a 1775 Pro-V. Can anyone tell me pros and cons on this model downrigger?

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Mueller

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End of the Line

Those are good riggers. The only thing if you have to fish very deep with 12# weights there are slow. If you plan to mainly use them for walleye fishing, no problem; or salmon and trout above 100'(which is most of the time). Lifetime warranty on the motors and good heavy booms. They are nice for flexibility for rigging too with the choice or rear double or boom rod holders. GOOD LUCK.

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Northlander

I really like mine and use 12# balls on them and they work fine for me. Im not in as big of a hurry as End Of The Line who Charters for a living. I have them on my 17' Explorer and have no complaints at all.

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Tom Linderholm

Steve, thats cause once you set them you forget about them smirk.gif

I would opt up for the speedier ones, if you ever get into the fish thick or like to change baits often you won't regret the upgrade. I still have manual riggers but then again I am still young enough to get them up and down in a hurry. Either way you will still be happy with your purchase.

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Northlander

You mean your supposed to move them at times? Wow no wonder I stick to walleyes. wink.gif How many Rockies did you catch on those manuals of yours? blush.gif

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