Stainless Steel Planer

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Strong, durable fishing planers made with saltwater-grade, corrosion-resistant materials. #2, #3, #4 sizes. Satisfaction guaranteed. 1/pk --   Stainless Steel Planer Rite Angler's stainless steel planer is available in three...
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Strong, durable fishing planers made with saltwater-grade, corrosion-resistant materials. #2, #3, #4 sizes. Satisfaction guaranteed. 1/pk

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Stainless Steel Planer

Rite Angler's stainless steel planer is available in three sizes. Downrigger planers use the force of the water to take your trolling lines deeper. Heavy lead downrigger weights only rely on gravity. Use the smaller planers for low-speed trolling with small lures. The larger planers are good for faster speeds and larger lures.

When trolling and dragging planers, try fishing two rods at staggered distances. Always keep the boat moving forward.

Trolling with a planer:

The size of the planer will determine how deep the rig will go down. The larger the planer is, the deeper it will go. The other variable is how fast you troll the rig. The slower you troll it the deeper it will stay down. As you increase your speed the planer will rise closer to the surface.

All planers have a critical point where if you're trolling them too fast, they will "trip" and come to the surface.  So remember, too high of a trolling speed will make the planer trip and you will have to reel it in and re-set.

You can troll with mackerel or swimming plugs when fishing with a planer. Use the smaller planers for low-speed trolling with small lures, and the larger ones for faster speeds and larger lures. Downrigger planers use the force of the water to take your trolling lines deeper. Heavy lead downrigger weights only rely on gravity. When trolling and dragging planers, try fishing two rods at staggered distances. Always keep the boat moving forward.

Rite Angler Products

The finest in raw materials go into our stainless steel planer. They're strong and made with saltwater-grade, corrosion-resistant materials. Rite Angler’s stainless steel planers, along with all their products, are of superior quality. Handmade by fishermen for fishermen! Satisfaction guaranteed.

STOCK UP: The more prepared you are for any fishing trip, the more enjoyable it will be. Don’t hesitate to take extras of everything. That includes your stainless steel planer, terminal tackle, and any other lures, baits, and attractants you need.

Prop 65 Warning SymbolWARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethlhexyl)phthalate (DEHP). Known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information go to: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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