Cannon Uni-Troll 10 STX Manual Downrigger 1901130

Cannon Uni-Troll 10 STX Manual Downrigger 1901130

Price: $299.99

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BoomCableRetrieve SpeedRod HolderPrice
Heavy-duty telescopic boom extends from 24'' to 53''Pre-spooled with 200' of 150-lb test stainless steel cable2:1 retrieval speedYes$299.99 USD
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The Cannon Uni-Troll 10 STX manual downrigger lets you take command of controlled depth fishing. Equip your boat with a Cannon Uni-Troll 10 STX downrigger and take advantage of an innovative design that lets you pull your lines back in with less cranking effort and One-Hand Clutch Deploy for simple precise bait positioning. Built with a 2:1 retrieval speed, a low-profile swivel base and a heavy-duty telescopic boom that extends from 24" to 53".
Cannon Uni-Troll 10 STX Manual Downrigger features:
  • Fast, efficient 2:1 retrieval speed
  • One-Hand Clutch Deploy for controlled, precise bait positioning
  • Heavy-duty telescopic boom extends from 24� to 53�
  • Enclosed boom end pulley prevents line jumping
  • Easy-Access Universal Mounting Base (interchangeable with our electric models)
  • Dual axis rod holder � fully adjustable, both front to back and side to side
  • Ergonomic crank handle
  • Integrated ball storage hook
  • Three-digit depth counter
  • Pre-spooled with 200' of 150-lb test stainless steel cable and includes a line release
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Manufacturer item #1901130
4 Stars based on 6 reviews
By Joshua
Jacksonville, FLORIDA
Second unit so I can have dual units.
July 25, 2018
I just bought my second unit. The first one has been great it does need to be rebuilt after a fishing season, but the parts are very cheap to replace.

Its a good quality downrigger.
ProsDurable finish and good workability
ConsNeed to be rebuild after a fishing season (parts are not expensive to replace)
By Jordan
piece of junk
July 16, 2017
this down rigger broke within seconds of trying to use it. When trying to get it back in the box to return it the wire became unravelled and after two hours trying to untangle it, I put the entire downrigger in the trash and never hope to see it again. even if it was repaired I'm sure it would quickly malfunction again.
the braking mechanism is very cheap. overall the construction of the gear mechanism is very poor.
please don't waste your money on their down riggers.
By Tony B.
Charlotte, North Carolina
December 27, 2015
I have owned several cannon downriggers in the past. I purchased this one to mount beside my old style uni-troll 10. Cannon has made many changes and it doesn't even look similar so at first I was skeptical why fix something that is not broken but after installing the new base I felt better about the security of the mount, (I lost an old style once due to a poorly locked tab), can't happen with the new style. I also like the faster retrieve rate due to the larger spool size. Cannon did very good and I highly recommend this model for manual downrigger.
Trollin 4 trout in SC
ProsSee above
ConsHaven't found any yet except it doesn't match my old model
By Ryan
Tampa Bay, FL
Great deal
September 2, 2015
Easy to use and seems well engineered. I had to swap out the mounting hardware for longer bolts, but other than that, it was easy to install and came with all the necessary hardware. Look forward to putting it to use.
ProsEasy to use, easy to install
ConsRod holder might not be able to handle a large grouper slamming a stout rod.
By Brian
Jacksonville Fl
Quality product
August 24, 2015
My order was delivered quicker than promised which is always nice. Assembly was real easy following the instructions. I have only been able to use them twice but they have performed very well and are easy to use. My only complaint is the amount of port to starboard movement they have with the adjustable bases. The end of the boom has about 4" of movement with the boom set at 2 feet in length. I wonder how long it will be before that movement causes something to break.
United States
Cannon uni-troll
June 3, 2015
Excellent downrigger,easy to use great quality
7 Questions & 7 Answers
from Kodiak Alaska asked:
June 15, 2019
How much dose the Uni troll 10 weigh?
1 Answer
It is 17.8lbs.
Submitted by: Ethan Matuzsan on June 17, 2019

from Nsw asked:
November 19, 2018
Does this come in metric
1 Answer
This is a manual downrigger it doesn't have a display that would measure in metric or standard, you may want to look at the Cannon digi-troll
Submitted by: Bernie on November 19, 2018

from Eureka,California asked:
March 21, 2016
What is the maximum ball weight for this Downrigger ?
1 Answer
Up to 12 pound ball.
Submitted by: Tyler on March 28, 2016

from dubai asked:
January 20, 2016
is this the complete kit, inc the release clip and weight?
1 Answer
The various Ball Weights are an accessory item and they do not come with the riggers. As well as the release clip, unfortunately. But, Canon has several different types of "Release Clips or Line Releases" that are listed as Accessories on their website:
Submitted by: Kaitryn on January 20, 2016

from Trinidad asked:
October 29, 2015
Does this model comes with a swivel base
1 Answer
It has a low-profile swivel base.
Submitted by: Kaitryn on October 30, 2015

from concord n.c. asked:
January 23, 2015
do you need a special rod and reel to use the cannon down rigger 10 stx
1 Answer
Hello Jim. Not at all. These downriggers will work with a variation of rod and reels. It all just depends on what you are fishing for and outfitting your rods and reels accordingly. Please feel free to contact us if you have any more questions!
Submitted by: Customer Service on February 1, 2015

from FLUSHING, NY asked:
January 8, 2015
Plan on buying this downriigger to troll Tony Maja bunker spoons does his bungee system take place of the pole
1 Answer
To Troll the Bunker spoon effectively the Rod is imperative, it gives the spoon the action of the side to side flutter mimicking a wounded Bunker. The bungee is to secure the rod and reel to your boat, It is a safety line.
Submitted by: Customer Service on January 10, 2015


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