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Viper Xtreme Outriggers – Built bulletproof for targeting the biggest of catches

by Kathleen Griffiths 24 Sep 2018 03:39 PDT 24 September 2018
Viper Extreme Outrigger bases are now fitted with heavy – duty commercial stainless steel bearings to ensure smooth operation in any weather condition © aceimaging.com.au

A series of improvements to Viper’s Xtreme game fishing package render them extremely durable and still easy to fit, at an affordable price point. The Xtreme Outrigger makes rigging up for game fishing an easy process, and the hand polished stainless steel will look the part on the sharpest of crafts.

Viper Extreme Outrigger bases are now fitted with heavy – duty commercial stainless steel bearings to ensure smooth operation in any weather condition. The new Xtreme outrigger poles are also spring – loaded for ease of use. With 180 degree rotation bow to stern, 90 degree vertical adjustment with improved heavy duty spring – loaded stainless steel locking pins, there is no need to remove your poles and align to set your outriggers into position!

The new Viper Extreme Series Outriggers are removable when not in use and the collapsible telescopic poles make for easy storage, and are also rated to handle the tough game applications. They can be deck, cabin, hard top or side mounted onto your rocket launcher and are fully adjustable without having to fight spline adjustment – just lift the spring – loaded stainless steel pins. The bases are constructed from mirror polished 316 marine grade cast stainless steel.

Viper Xtreme Outriggers are available now through boat builders and retailers nationwide, or via Kiwi Yachting.

Game fishing season will be here before you know it!

Kiwi Yachting

Phone: +64 9 360 0300

Email:

Website www.kiwiyachting.co.nz

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