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Old 09-11-2020, 07:51 AM
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Default Outriggers recommedations for 27ft CC

Hey Folks - this winter planning on getting outriggers for my new 27ft Robalo CC.

Any recommendations on what type to get or considerations or things to avoid?

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Old 09-12-2020, 05:57 AM
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I’ve got a brand new set of Gemlux Deluxe outrigger bases and 18’ collapsible poles I’d sell. Would be perfect for a 27’ CC.

Im supposed to return them, but if I can avoid the return shipping fees and you’re interested let me know.
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I have Gemlux 18' collapsible riggers and Rupp Z30 bases on a 26' cc. After a couple years with them, I wouldn't do it any different today.
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Carbon fiber if you can swing it cost wise. The longer the better. I run gemlux 22s on my 29.
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Marsh Tacky Carbon are great!
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Thanks Folks for the replies - NauticallyChallenged, I may PM you after some more research
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Gemlux all day.
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No TACO recommendations? What is every one’s thoughts on TACO 280 and 380 bases? Marsh Tacky is great, but they are far too expensive for me.
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just put Taco 280 bases with lee 20ft carbon fibers on my new to me Hydra Sport 2500cc and love them so far
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Originally Posted by Bison View Post
No TACO recommendations? What is every one’s thoughts on TACO 280 and 380 bases? Marsh Tacky is great, but they are far too expensive for me.
I have 380 bases and really like being able to control the angle w/o having to climb up top to adjust.

I caught my entire outrigger setup last year on sale at Defender in the fall for just under $2K w/ telescoping poles and rigging.
I later upgraded the release clips and then the pullys to the locking type and don't feel I needed anything longer as I run wide trackers anyway. I don't do as much trolling as bottom fishing so what I have suites me.

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