Dreamweaver Ninja Speed Planer Board
The Dreamweaver Ninja Speed Planer Board is 30% larger than the traditional walleye board. This board features one-handed operation with a quick-release button that's able to release the front and back of the line simultaneously. The Ninja can handle lead core and heavier lines with ease. Quick and easy assembly with just a screwdriver so you can get on the water that much faster; simply insert the tow arm, line it up with the hole in the main body of your Ninja board, tighten the screw, repeat with the second screw. That's it. You're ready to fish!
- Quick wrap feature for braid and small diameter lines
- Quick release button releases front and back simultaneously
- Adjustable tension
- Replaceable gripper pad
- Front release overide (releases front only)
- Adjustable weight system front, center, rear, flip weight for third adjustment
- Qty. per Pack: 1
The Dreamweaver Ninja Speed Planer Board is made in the U.S.A.
Ratings & Reviews
Easy to Use
Used these boards on a friend's boat and was very impressed how easy they are to use. The push button mechanism is awesome and there's no fumbling around. I wouldn't suggest pulling anything over a 300ft copper. 10 cores are no problem. I think they're worth the few extra bucks over other boards.
Best boards I’ve purchased!!!! Boards track awesome with my copper and lead core. Have run up to 350 copper and 10 color and still track great. Awesome product
Awesome planer boards fast on fast off. Pulls just about anything. Love these new boards.
by Mike D
Bought these little boards in June when first released. We have used all summer fishing for walleye. They have out fished all other methods to date including dispeys. The flag is extremely helpful and very accurate letting us know when a fish is on. We have found that when the flag goes up 80% of the time a fish is on. You can usually tell whether it is a larger fish or small one based on how fast and how far flag goes up. Board has no problem handling 4oz sinkers if you choose to add weight. The nice part is the board pops right off effortlessly when retrieving a fish. Helps if someone removes board while keeping some tension on the line while another person reels in the fish. It is no problem running 2 of these off each side. We were skeptical at first and thought they were a little pricey but believe me they are well worth the money and you won’t regret buying them. The only downside is they do take some effort to reel in.
Good But Longevity is a Concern
I bought a pair of these boards at the beginning of the season and they worked really well from the get-go. However, if you use braid you will start to slice the rubber inside the release and eventually, the boards will slide down the line. Now I have to wrap the post, which isn't too bad but takes away from the convenience of the one-button operation. Also, I think they have some quality control issues with the pre-drilled holes. I had to return one because out of the package the release post would not fasten to the board with the pre-drilled holes. Then I recently tried to move the weight forward, which requires you to remove a screw and slide the weight forward and refasten. However, when I went to refasten the screw just spins in the screw hole prep and won't fasten. For how expensive these boards are I would expect not to have issues like this.