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  1. REDUCED PRICE. I am selling two of the four downriggers that came on my boat. Moving to Texas, and don't need them. Both worked when I bought the boat a few years ago. They have been stored inside ever since, because I only wanted two riggers on my boat. One has a broken toggle switch lever, and the swivel base plunger is cracked. See pics. Price is as follows: $250 for both, including bases. OR SEPARATELY: $100 for the rigger with the broken toggle switch and broken swivel base plunger. $150 for the one with good switch and base. I don't think these have auto stop. Call seven one six four eight one nine eight seven five. ...... Garry

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  2. To me, this has been a windy year with some bad currents. You certainly do need to troll in such a direction as to give a smoother ride, and to keep the lines fairly straight out back. Usually with the waves is the smoothest, across us the worst, and against them is better than across. But sometimes the down current is moving in a different direction. It can be a challenge. Sometimes it's not the direction you want to go though.

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  3. Yes I have a Fish Hawk. Kept speed at 2.4 to 2.8, as best I could with the current and wind. I also have the itroll throttle control which helps. Strange thing is when we arrived at 2 pm I asked a guy cleaning a nice mess of fish for a good depth. He said 300 so that's where we went. Then when we returned, I asked another guy at the cleaning station who had a two man limit, and they said they were 150 to 200 feet. So it seems the fish are scattered. It's a crap shoot. Seems you can find 45 degrees at 150 and at 300 the last couple days.

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