Captain Hook Winch/Trailering Device

Priced: $41.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Captain Hook Winch/Trailering Device -
No more soggy shoes or frozen toes after loading your boat. Simply extend the telescoping handle to the desired length (27"-56"), slip your winch hook into the ABS adapter and swing it in for quick attachment. Telescoping pole has an aluminum anodized finish for corrosion resistance and a padded no-slip grip. Fits all standard winch hooks and most after-market hooks.
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Captain Hook Winch/Trailering Device Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good purchase

I purchased the captain hook recently after my buddy had one when we went out on lake Eire. I have had my share of balancing acts on my trailer when hooking up to the boat. After purchasing the captain hook, I no longer need to step behind the crank on the trailer putting myself on the narrow tongue of the trailer. The hook fits a bit loose in the jaw, but it still works well. Happy I made the purchase.
1Dewey at Cabelas on 08/27/2013

captain hook

I love this product. I purchased it last summer and used it every weekend. It is strong, lite and easy to hookup everytime.
homer5 at Cabelas on 03/04/2010

Very Cool

No more sliding on ramps. took me a few times to get use to it, but now im a wip. COOL TOOL
sinorswim at Cabelas on 03/04/2010

Negative Reviews:

Not a good purchase

I purchased due to an online recommendation. Seems that the "hook" is a bust or boom for your specific boat - if the your winch clip fits it must work for some boaters. The clip on my winch cable doesn't fit at all. I've gotten many laughs at the boat landing, all from others watching me try to use Capt. Hook. with me wading out into the water to hook my cable by hand after failing to hook with this device. IF I set the clip in the Capt. Hook and hold the device upside down I can at least tap the boat eyelet. I've only been able to hook the eyelet once in about 20 attempts. IF you have a large cable clip, it might work for you. Be prepared for disappointment.
HokieMan at Cabelas on 06/09/2013