Cannon® Downrigger Billet Lockable Knob

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Cannon® Downrigger Billet Lockable Knob

$35.99

  • Made in America
  • CNC Machined from Billet Aluminum
  • Easy Installation
  • Add a Lockout Knob Feature to any Cannon® Low Profile Swivel Base

Description

I finally had enough of trying to hold my fishing rod in one hand and trying to hold the Cannon® Downrigger Swivel Base Release Pin out the other hand while trying to swing the Downrigger.  It might be that I am the only one in the world that is frustrated by the fact that the Cannon® Downrigger Swivel Base Release Pin has to be held out in order to swing the Downrigger out or in. If by chance it bothers you too, you are in luck. We designed this handy knob from Billet Aluminum to replace the Plastic Cannon® T-Handle on the Release Pin. By using our Billet Knob, you can pull out the lock pin and lock it out, and it will stay locked out until you rotate it, then it will lock in. This Billet knob makes using your Cannon® Downriggers a much easier process. It’s very easy to install, just unscrew the plastic T-Knob and replace it with ours. We do recommend you put a dab of Loctite on the threads. Designed to Upgrade all cannon Low Profile Swivel Bases. We make this Lock Out Knob from a solid pieced of Billet Aluminum, then Powder Coat it and add the Fish Fighter™ Logo so you know it’s the real deal. Backed with our 30-day money-back guarantee and made here in the USA.

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Got my anchor rope bag and can’t wait to test it out. Well made product with great features for hauling enough rope to anchor on the Columbia’s deep holes!

-Jason R.