A downrigger is a device used while fishing using the trolling method, which places a lure at the desired depth. A downrigger consists of a three to six-foot horizontal pole that supports a cannon ball (large weight) by a steel cable (stainless steel). A clip, also known as a "release" attaches a fishing line to the cannonball weight. The bait or lure is attached to the release. - Intelligent downrigger line releases only when a fish strikes. - Great for fishing small fish in extra deep waters - It has a high sensitivity - Simple and fast employment - Fits all Downriggers - Ideal and untouched fishing locations can only be found in deep waters. Away from any noise made by thousands of motor boats. Deepwater release was developed just because of that. - Deepwater release will help you discover new fishing areas unreachable to others because there are just no limits to its efficiency. - Deepwater release is a special downrigger line release designed for extra deep water trolling. Great for fishing small fish like Sparidae, Serranidae, Loliginidae more than 40 feet deep. - Deepwater release is a patented product from the new generation of intelligent deepwater line releases. New Downrigger - Multimedia

Down rigger Usability:
In the Great Lakes, down riggers are used to catch a variety of species including Chinook Salmon, Atlantic Salmon, Lake Trout, Brown Trout, Steel head (Rainbow Trout in the Great Lakes are commonly referred to as Steel head). Walleye are also frequently fished using outriggers as it is more helpful to have fishing lines extended to either side of the boat for these more jittery fish.
The fundamental operating principle behind DEEPWATER RELEASE is dividing the hydrodynamic resistance of the fishing line into two components: A - Hydrodynamic resistance of the vertical line (From the rod to the release clip). B - Hydrodynamic resistance of the line with the bait on it. In both cases, the hydrodynamic resistance of the line changes: exponentially with speed, proportionally with depth. The A vector is some ten times greater than the B vector, and because of this, even a tiny change in speed or depth causes the classical release to set off the line. This problem is now successfully solved by DEEPWATER RELEASE

Expert Evaluation (ENG)

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Technical Data (ENG)

Recommendable thickness of fishing line is from 0,5 - 1,00 mm (ideal is 0,70).
The most massive weight is 15 kg.  The maximum straining force is 30 kg.
D.R. is made of top-quality materials (Polyacetal 9021, Hostaform and Stainless Steel)
D.R. configuration (1 downrigger + 1 weight + 1 release clip + 1 lure) Patent & Design (Techno design, Web design) NewDownrigger© 2018 All rights reserved - NewDownrigger.com / Alfred Z. A device for holding a fishing line - Dec.1990 - U.S.A. Pat. Name holding. Manufacturer of special Downrigger-Release - Deepwater Release Downrigger - SLO. Made in EU. E-mail: info@newdownrigger.com - Kozlovičeva Ulica 21, Koper, Obala, 6000 Slovenia - Deepwater Release was published on 2014-11-14 at 12:06and updated at 12:10
Tags: Sport, Fishing, Trolling, Deep fishing, Deep trolling, Fishing tackle, Line release, Accessories, Hobby, Sailing, Deep Fish,
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Spiegazione Scientifica (ITA)

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Nova ščipalka za globinsko panulo, sprosti laks samo če riba zagrabi za vabo. Osnovni princip delovanja DEEPWATER RELEASE je v tem, da ščipalka razdeli hidrodinamični upor laksa v dva vektorja: vektor A in vektor B. Vektor A - Hidrodinamični upor vertikalnega dela laksa: od ribiške palice do ščipalke. Vektor B - Hidrodinamični upor horizontalnega dela laksa: od ščipalke do vabe. V obeh vektorjih se hidrodinamični upor laksa spreminja: eksponencialno s hitrostjo, proporcionalno z globino. Že v globini, manj kot pet metrov, je vektor A nekaj desetkrat večji kot vektor B. Zaradi tega pojava, vsaka sprememba globine ali hitrosti, povzroča nekontrolirano izpadanje laksa iz ščipalke. Ta problem je z DEEPWATER RELEASE odpravljen.
Nuova pinza di sgancio per la traina di fondo Rilascia la lenza solo se il pesce abbocca. Il principio di base del funzionamento del DEEPWATER RELEASE consiste nel fatto che lo sgancio divide la resistenza idrodinamica della lenza in due componenti: vettore A e vettore B. Vettore A - La resistenza idrodinamica verticale della lenza: dalla canna allo sgancio. Vettore B - La resistenza orizzontale della lenza: dallo sgancio all'esca. In tutti e due i vettori la resistenza idrodinamica della lenza cambia: esponenzialmente con la velocita', proporzionalmente con la profondita'. Gia alla profondita' di meno di 5 metri il vettore A e' piu' di 10 volte superiore al vettore B. A causa di queste caratteristiche ogni cambiamento di profondita' o di velocita' causa la caduta incontrollata della lenza dallo sgancio. Questo problema viene eliminato con l'uso del DEEPWATER RELEASE.

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Brief History

Using a downrigger began in the early 1900’s to increase the productivity of fishing in larger bodies of water. One of the more popular models of downriggers is called the "Scotty set up." It was developed by two Canadian west coast fishing innovators named Charlie White and Blayney Scott. They developed this model in the 1970s that used a ten-pound weight. It was described as "a good model for finding the right depth at which fish were feeding." Downriggers are used to troll and maintain the lure's depth by the thermocline at which the fish species being sought feeds typically. People began using downriggers in oceans, while others later developed smaller downrigger systems, which are suitable for smaller bodies of water such as the Great Lakes. They are now used all over the world and catch a large variety of fish.
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Downrigger Usability


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Using a downrigger may be hazardous. Many human-made reservoirs mask submerged trees and other structure beneath the surface. A downrigger's weight may foul on such objects. When such a snag occurs in conjunction with high winds, it may cause a lighter boat to capsize. It is therefore prudent to carry wire cutters to avoid this potentially lethal scenario.
In the Great Lakes, downriggers are used to catch a variety of species including Chinook Salmon, Atlantic Salmon, Lake Trout, Brown Trout, Steelhead(Rainbow Trout in the Great Lakes are commonly referred to as Steelhead). Walleye are also frequently fished using outriggers as it is more helpful to have fishing lines extended to either side of the boat for these more jittery fish.