WTB- Outriggers

 Hey Guys,

Bit of information about buying outriggers,looking to purchase complete set for my boat,

It is a 7.0 metre walkaround Coraline.

Have spoken to a couple people about them and "relax" seems to be the go.

Your thoughts on telescopic ones orr not and best place to purchase from.

Thanks in advance.Cheers..





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Gday mate, Speak to the

Sun, 2017-01-08 00:22

Gday mate, Speak to the blokes at Precicion outriggers http://precisionrods.com.au/out-riggers/ . I got myself a set of 18ft poles and use Lees Sidewinder bases. the outriggers are awesome, light and stiff.

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Sun, 2017-01-08 19:43

 Mate spend the extra $50 and buy the precisions best pole on the market but give your self plenty of time as they're are made to order

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Sun, 2017-01-08 20:07

Just had a set of 20ft precisions delivered. Very stiff and look like they should be great

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Sun, 2017-01-08 23:03

Longer than your boat Tim.


WA based manufacturer and supplier of premium leadhead jigs, bucktail jigs and saltwater soft plastic jig heads.

Jigs available NOR at Shorecatch and SOR at Oceanside Tackle & Marine!

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Mon, 2017-01-09 10:59

whatever you do don't buy cheap bases. Spend the money on a good setup first and you won't have to upgrade. Reelax wishbones and precision poles

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 Thanks heaps for all the

Mon, 2017-01-09 21:14

 Thanks heaps for all the feedback

looking in to all suggestions.