Cannon Low-Profile Swivel Base

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Cannon Low-Profile Swivel Base -
This Low-Profile Swivel Base is only 1-1/8" tall. It has six-point locking, including two 45° positions. 5" x 5" x 1-1/8". Screws included. Fits all Cannons except the Mini-Troll™.
The Cannon Tab Lock Base is designed for small-body downriggers, Easi-Troll™ and Mini-Mag™. 5-3/4" x 5-1/8" x 1-3/8". Screws included.
Available: Tab Lock, Low-Profile Swivel.

Heavy-duty Lexan® and stainless steel swivel base. 1-1/8" tall. 6-point locking with (2) 45° positions. For all Cannon downriggers. Includes four 1/4-20x1 truss head screws. Holes are 2-1/2" apart. Top 25 Category Product
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Cannon Low-Profile Swivel Base Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Hands Free for fishin

This swivel made my salmon fishing so much more comfortable .. No more manual raising the ball so more attention could be given to bringing in all those fish.
Tuckercomehome at Cabelas on 09/18/2012

Tab lock base is reliable and strong

I've used several of these for years. They work perfectly and are very strong. I even broke a downrigger boom once without damaging the base!
coditribeplm at Cabelas on 01/10/2009

down rigger base

product was shipped fast and is what i needed
toggie at Cabelas on 01/07/2009

Neutral Reviews:

Be Prepared

I have used my Cannon downriggers on 4 different boats in Southeast Alaska over the last 25 years, and it is an effective and simple system. These tab lock bases make it easy to remove and stow the downriggers when not in use.
However, I have had some problems with the flange on the top of the base (the one that surrounds and holds the downrigger) cracking and eventually breaking. This is why I am ordering new bases and a new downrigger now.
I have lost one downrigger (with a rod and reel) overboard altogether. This can happen quickly when you hit the sea bottom with the trolling lead, something that is eventually going to happen if the fish are close to the bottom and you are going after them.
I suggest attaching a lanyard around the downrigger that can be snapped to the boat rail as a backup in case the tab lock base fails. Make it so that it is easy to use, and it will be there to prevent losing the more expensive downrigger, not to mention a rod and reel. The other thing I do now is to attach the trolling lead to the downrigger wire with a loop of cord that will break before the cable or downrigger base, so that I just lose the lead, nothing more.
ElephantNose at Cabelas on 10/27/2008