Cannon Easi-Troll ST Manual Downrigger 1901020

Cannon Easi-Troll ST Manual Downrigger 1901020

Price: $189.99

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BoomCableRetrieve SpeedRod HolderPrice
24'' stainless steel boomPre-spooled with 150' of 150-lb test stainless steel cable1:5 retrieval speedYes$189.99 USD
The Cannon Easi-Troll ST manual downrigger is a hardworking, durable downrigger that is ideal for smaller boats and fishermen just beginning to realize the advantage of fishing a downrigger. Easi-Troll ST features an innovative design with a 1.5:1 retrieval speed, and One-Hand Clutch Deploy allows for controlled weight descent and accurate bait positioning.

  • Easy-access universal mounting base
  • Enclosed boom end pulley for line jumping prevention
  • Ergonomic crank handle
  • 3-digit depth counter
  • One-hand clutch deploy for controlled, precise bait positioning
Cannon Easi-Troll ST Manual Downrigger features:
  • Fast, efficient 1:5:1 retrieval speed
  • One-Hand Clutch Deploy for controlled, precise bait positioning
  • Easy-Access Universal Mounting Base (interchangeable with our electric models)
  • Single axis rod holder – fully adjustable front to back
  • Includes line release
  • Enclosed boom end pulley prevents line jumping
  • Ergonomic crank handle
  • 24" stainless steel boom
  • Three-digit depth counter
  • Pre-spooled with 150' of 150-lb test stainless steel cable
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Manufacturer item #1901020
4.5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Reese
Lutz, FL
Quality for the price
December 16, 2018
I don’t see much difference missed between this and next model up (which is much more).
ProsDesired functionality at minimal cost.
By Greg
Works for trolling grouper
June 17, 2016
Use it primarily for trolling grouper in 40-50ft in the gulf. Work great no problems so far.
By Tony
Pasadena, MD
Nice for the price
October 24, 2014
This is a nice down rigger for the price. Just have to hand crank it but not really an issue for my use. Makes it easy to get the lures down deep and to hold the depth in the strike zone.
4 Questions & 4 Answers
from CA asked:
January 26, 2016
i have never bought a downrigger before. what else would i need to buy to operate this downrigger if i will be installing it in a gimball mount so i don't drill holes on my boat? is the z wing a better choice than the weight ball?
1 Answer
You will need a downrigger ball or the z wing. Advantage with the z wing is that it will have less blowback, meaning it will get further down with less line off the downrigger. And Unless you would rather use paper clips and rubber bands to attach to the main line. This will allow you to leave the dowrigger down while fighting fish, and then resend another line down right away.
Submitted by: Kaitryn on January 27, 2016

from Trinidad asked:
October 28, 2015
Does this downrigger come with a swivel base
1 Answer
This particular downrigger does not come with a swivel base.
Submitted by: David on October 29, 2015

Bill N
from Rapid City, SD asked:
September 4, 2015
I have a new pair of Easi-Troll's. I am experiencing a high pitched whine when trolling - I think radiating up the downrigger line. I have used downriggers before and not experienced this. I feel it is driving fish away? What is cause or how do I eliminate it?
1 Answer
The humming of down rigger cables is normal, a byproduct of the vibration caused from the taunt cable cutting through the water. Not only don't the fish mind but some people do consider it an attractant. That theory seems to be supported by the effectiveness of wire divers as well. But, if the humming noise is really a problem for you and just more of a bother, then I would look into either loading your riggers with Power Pro line (you can get up to 250lb test which is the same diameter as 80lb test). The Power Pro will cut through the water better and eliminates some of the blow-back. Or you can look into Spectra Fiber (I recommend 135lb test for down-riggers), it does not hum. Also check out the fiber cable. But, as I have mentioned... Some people prefer their down-rigger to hum, it is normal and usually means you are doing things right. The hum occurs when you are trolling at the correct speed.
Submitted by: Kaitryn on September 5, 2015

from SEATTLE asked:
June 26, 2014
1 Answer
The best thing to do is contact Cannon. Here is the info from their website. If you have technical questions about your Cannon product, you may also call us at 800-227-6433. You can reach us Monday-Friday between 7:00am and 4:30pm CST (in U.S. and Canada)
Submitted by: Customer Service on June 26, 2014


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