Taco Marine - Projects Guide - page 22

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Sportfishing Equipment
TACO TELESCOPING OUTRIGGER BENEFITS
• Telescope down to less than 6’ for storage,
going under bridges and reduced stress on your
gunnel
• Components such as drawn anodized aluminum,
durable Delrin bushings, and a stainless steel
tension spring are all designed so TACO Tele-
Outriggers will meet the rigors of offshore fishing
• Outriggers are featured in black or silver. Both pole
colors are complemented with gold or silver rings and tips
To prevent potential damage to your outriggers, it is not advisable to run at high
speeds with poles extended!
SPECIAL ORDER TELE-OUTRIGGERS
HANDY HANKS’ TIP: The Delrin® base sleeves on the bottom of the outrigger can be changed to
accommodate the following outrigger holders: E-TEC®, Lee’s Sidewinder, Wishbone, and flush mount,
Perko® & Rupp®. Please indicate which base you are trying to fit when ordering.
HOW DO I RIG MY OUTRIGGERS?
TACO RIGGING KITS contain a detailed instruction
sheet and a diagram like the one on the right, with all
the hardware needed to rig two outriggers.
Loop must be
18”-24”
The pad eyes that the bungee
h
ooks to on the gunwale is usually installed
about 6-12
toward the stern between the outrigger and the rod holder. On
hardto
p
s the pad ey
e
is installed on the outer edge between the outrigger and
the rod holder. On soft tops the pad eyes are not needed, just pass the bungee
cord swivel snap through
the canvas lacing and snap it back on itself.
Re
l
ease C
l
ip
Wa
r
n
i
ng
Once you set
your
bait gradually
tighten the release
clip to minimum
release tension
needed to hold the
line in place
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