Lindy Standard Series Drift Sock

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Manufacturer Description

Anglers facing windy conditions have always struggled with boat control, and the Lindy Drift Control Drift Sock is the tool they rely on to stay on the straight and true. Lindy Drift Control Socks allow anglers to present baits precisely, troll sharp breaklines and use other fishing tactics even in a stout wind. Lindy Drift Socks not only slow the drift and allow for more-precise presentations, but they can also help hold the bow down to reduce the up-and-down motion that big waves produce.

The Fisherman Series is Lindy's most-popular style, with a variety of sizes that aid anglers in winds from breezy to strong. Constructed from Rip-Stop nylon, the Fisherman Series is tough, durable, and dries quickly for easy storage. It deploys quickly and retrieves easily without tangling or spinning. The reinforced nylon prevents fraying for years of easy fishing. Beat the wind with a Lindy Drift Control Drift Sock.

Speed Control Trolling
In stronger winds deploying a driftsock (or two) off the stern while you using your bowmounted trolling motor to propel the boat forward with the wind is necessary for absolute speed control. The driftsock, or driftsocks help to slow forward progress, allowing you to fine-tune speed with the trolling motor.

Trolling Contours in Wind
Use the wind to your advantage for presentations along contours. In this example, with wind blowing into the contours, deploy a driftsock off the side at the back of the boat. While you use your bowmount trolling motor to make forward progress and hold the front end in position, the drift sock keeps the back end from blowing into your spot and maintains the boat in parallel position to the contours.

Drifting
The Drift Control drift sock was invented to control drift speed on lakes and reservoirs. A single primary driftsock positioned off the side and towards the back often keeps the boat parallel to the wind. Sometimes a second sock (often smaller) towards the bow is necessary to fine-tune your drift.

Control Anchor Swing
Deploy a driftsock off the stern to reduce boat swing while anchored in current. Deploy off port or starboard sides towards the back of the boat to adjust boat position. The boat angles opposite from the side that the driftsock is tied.

Key Features

•Deploys quickly
•Retrieves easily without tangling or spinning
•Reinforced nylon prevents fraying
•Slows the boat and provides more control in the wind

Product Features

Perfect for any fisher Enjoy fishing safely Will not rotate Easy assembly Control you drift and trolling speeds. Rip stop nylon and added nylon straps for support

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