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QUOTE(flocknocker @ Jul 26 2009, 11:03 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Im in the process of buying a set of Cannon Mag 10 downriggers. My question is , does Posiitive ion control, short stop, etc. Do these really make a difference ?

The positive ion control attracts the fish with a slight electrical charge ???.
The short stop to me is a great feature, it allows you to hit the up button and walk away to start letting your spoon/plug out and be ready to reconnect to the downrigger when it is back to the top. You dont have to worry about running to the end and burning up the motor, clutch or popping breaker/fuse. It stops with the weight just down in the water so its not swinging free and hitting the boat. I'm thinking of getting 2 more (have 2 mag10 ts now). If your getting new ones let me know what your paying? I'll check with the distribitor and might be able to save you a few bucks? Or check ebay/craigslist for used ones.........Jerry
 

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Baitfish naturally emit a natural ionic discharge that attracts predator fish, similar to sharks to blood - their drawn by the ion charge. I run 5 cannons on my salmon boat and use the ionic charge. Same with autostop. wouldn't own one without for reasons already mentioned.
 

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QUOTE(Broadcast @ Jul 27 2009, 09:58 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Baitfish naturally emit a natural ionic discharge that attracts predator fish, similar to sharks to blood - their drawn by the ion charge. I run 5 cannons on my salmon boat and use the ionic charge. Same with autostop. wouldn't own one without for reasons already mentioned.

i love my cannons also have used other brands on other peoples boats and i prefer cannon
 
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