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f75f584792eb4a1fedd0a8146e99f34c.jpg this is the way im running my spread two downriggers, two dispeys, and sometimes leadcore out the every outside. My question is i had to replace the washers in them the first year. Just wondering if this normal or something im doing wrong on my end. they are the basic model.

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If your running them for dipsys angle them lower so they are horizontal to the water and tighten them down.

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They don't stay like new for a long time. I bought 4 brand new back 5 years ago. They still work but have some play to them. Just replaced them with cannons.

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thank you for your replies sorry had a bit of trouble with the new phone and login in. I have actually struck out at cabelas and slippery sinker. right not using plastic scottys for now. went out Saturday of olcott at around 8 am set out the lines letting out my starboard dipsey got smacked by a coho about 80 ft of line out over 250 on a mountain dew spin doctor with DW glow frog. then copper had a brief hook up but lost. then heading in letting down same spon doctor with a Michigan stinger blue dolphin spoon got hit about 70ft out over 170. ended up with a little coho for dinner could find the kings trolled 180-300 fow. 5093676ba841aaf4f74730021b85daad.jpg

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