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did a test on my cannons, and got .55 volts from neg batt term and steel cable with ball down 40-50feet, other rigger had .56. Will this black box reduce it? I know there are different thoughts on this but any usefull info would help. I am willing to try anything to help catch more fish. 19ft tin boat also. thanks

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Get a battery switch. Hook everything through the switch so all can be turned off except the connection for the automatic line on the bilge pump. Put that directly on the battery or the battery lug (input) side of the switch. Flip the switch when you leave and it will turn everything off except the automatic bilge pump. Put it out of sight and you will also get a bit of boat theft protection (from amateur thieves anyway!).


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Made the switch comment because I thought you were worried about electrolysis. Wont catch more fish but the Cannon riggers always pull a small current when plugged in, even when not in use. The switch will stop that.

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