Safe t puller

Discussion in 'Washington Fishing Reports' started by fishing fanatic, Apr 18, 2017.

  1. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

    Location:
    Alger, WA
    Name:
    jason
    Boat:
    28’ almar sounder //16' lavro
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    i know there are tons of threads about pullers and a lot of opinions but my real question is about the coiling..... are any of the pullers out there predominantly better than the rest. I'm excluding Brutus and Scotty on this deal as I have a Brutus but for the new boat want a faster and stronger deal. Thanks
     
  2. ledbed6b

    ledbed6b I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    Shoreline WA
    Name:
    Eli
    Boat:
    Parker 2320
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    The discovery bay power hauler, as hands free as it gets. Best puller I've ever used
     
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  3. goatram

    goatram Notable Member Gate Keeper to the Great Northwest

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    Stanwood, WA
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    grrrrrrrr
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    33' RBW MISS ELIZA
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    You still need to coil it though. LFS had a small basket like a real heavy duty round laundry basket at the boat show for $20. Orange in color. I bought it to drop the rope in when I'm shrimping in June
     
  4. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

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    Alger, WA
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    jason
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    Goat, I've been using those orange tubs for years and they work great! And you hit the nail on the head, I'm looking to see if any of these pullers coil at all as they pull hands free. The Brutus attachment is pretty nice for that purpose and I'd hope to find another similar option
     
  5. Sammy Hooker

    Sammy Hooker Well-Known "Member"

    Location:
    Mt.Vernon, WA
    Name:
    Jim
    Boat:
    Been Layin' Sum Pipe
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    Yep, they do. I filmed it, hands free, beer in one hand, camera in the other. And I'm selling mine, used one season.
     
  6. carrie's bait boy

    carrie's bait boy 2 hulls are better than 1

    Location:
    Kent WA and Westport WA
    Name:
    norm
    Boat:
    32x12 ACI Cat
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    You trying out my new pot puller for me?:):
     
  7. Barracuda1

    Barracuda1 Master of None

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    All over this bitch!
    Name:
    Fred
    Boat:
    Defiance 220 EX (BARRACUDA II)
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    Which one are you selling Jim? Disco Bay?
     
  8. ledbed6b

    ledbed6b I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Shoreline WA
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    Eli
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    Parker 2320
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    I don't do anything with mine, I put the basket or trash can below it and watch it do work. At most I have to guide the first couple coils then its hands free. I had the Brutus hands free kit before my current puller, the discovery bay one is even more hands free
     
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  9. Sammy Hooker

    Sammy Hooker Well-Known "Member"

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    Jim
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    Been Layin' Sum Pipe
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    Yep
     
  10. gfakkema

    gfakkema Certified D.I.N.K. (Dual Income No Kids)

    Location:
    Auburn, Wa
    Name:
    Gregg
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    22' Arima Sea Legend
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    Just out of curiosity, why are you selling it and for how much?
     
  11. TonyG

    TonyG I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    Snohomish, WA
    Name:
    Tony
    Boat:
    NR Seahawk OS 26'; 20' Alumaweld Super Vee Sled
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    Can't say enough about my My-T-Hauler by the same company. I got the heavy one. It's super well made and very easy to use.

    And +1 to Eli's suggestion on just usig a big garbage can. Two-Tap suggested that one to me I think. It works great. Get the biggest one. It'll fit 4x400' lead core lines no problem. And it won't tangle. Hate agreeing with a plastic boat guy...
     
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  12. KimH

    KimH Someday I'll live the dream.

    Location:
    Tacoma/Westport WA/USA
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    Kim
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    26' Duckworth..."Mayhem"
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    I guess a guy can learn to cable coil if you have stiff line and doing it by hand.
     
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  13. goatram

    goatram Notable Member Gate Keeper to the Great Northwest

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    grrrrrrrr
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    Old guys rule Kim!!!!

    Sent from my XT1650 using Tapatalk
     
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  14. TonyG

    TonyG I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Snohomish, WA
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    Tony
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    NR Seahawk OS 26'; 20' Alumaweld Super Vee Sled
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    old goats for sure
     
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  15. goatram

    goatram Notable Member Gate Keeper to the Great Northwest

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    Stanwood, WA
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    grrrrrrrr
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    I wish!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    SOB!
     
  16. Sammy Hooker

    Sammy Hooker Well-Known "Member"

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    Mt.Vernon, WA
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    Jim
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    Been Layin' Sum Pipe
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    My puller no longer has a boat! Lol Gonna list it at $1200
     

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