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Product DescriptionSteady your boat while trolling and slow your boat's rate of drift, even in windy conditions. By stabilizing your drifting angle, the Drift Sock allows you to float longer over fish-holding areas. Constructed of vinyl-reinforced nylon with 1" nylon straps. Vented design allows easy retrieval from water.
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Q:i have a 23 foot cruiser with a 188 horse motor i can get to 3mph i was wondering if this would get me to 1.5 mphAsked on 7/12/2009 by Anonymous from saginaw mi
A:it will slow you down quite a bit but your best bet is a kicker moter. these are disigned to slow you down drifting in the wind not trollingAnswered on 9/1/2009 by steve from lake wobigon mn
A:You may have to use more than one to get to the exact speed you want but they certainly slow you down. I have a 21 ft cruiser and use one of them to slow my troll down from over 2 to 1.5 mph. Don't leave the dock without one!Answered on 5/18/2010 by Captain Jim from Columbus, Ohio
Q:with the drift sock do I have to buy a harness or does it come ready to use. I am looking for something to slow my trolling speed down a little. Does one work or do I have to buy 2.Asked on 5/26/2009 by Brad from La Crosse Wi
A:Yes, it is ready to use. Depending on the size of your boat will depend on how much it slows you down but will work either way.Answered on 6/3/2009 by Tech from Gander Mtn