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Amish Outfitters

Amish Outfitters Plastic Planer Boards

Item#: 108124

3 reviews

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Amish Outfitters Plastic Planer Boards pull harder than other traditional planer boards. These boards run with about one-inch of the board above the water and w… Learn More

$234.99

4 In Stock

4 In Stock

Amish Outfitters Plastic Planer Boards pull harder than other traditional planer boards. These boards run with about one-inch of the board above the water and will not dive or jump. These Plastic Planer Boards track true and perform in even rough waters. Amish Outfitter plastic planer boards pull hard enough that they will pull a smaller boat to one side with only one board out. Putting both boards out will even slow down your trolling speed. We highly recommended that these boards be used with the Amish Outfitters 500-pound Spectra Planer Board Line as standard 200-pound dacron planer board will not hold these boards in a chop. Each board is fully collapsible for easy storage.


  • Color: White
  • Open length: 32 in.
  • Open width: 12 in.
  • Open height: 8 in.
  • Collapsed length: 38 in.
  • Collapsed height: 8 in.
  • Collasped width: 2 1/2 in.
  • Qty. per pack: 1 port plus 1 starboard side board

Please note: Flags are not included.


Amish Outfitters Plastic Planer Boards are made in the U.S.A.

Reviews

  • 4

    Missing part! No resolution!

    Posted by John Stinson on August 18, 2021

    The boards themselves seem to well made and although I have not had the opportunity to use them yet I expect them to work very well. The problem that I did have was with the order. One planer board wa… Read More

    The boards themselves seem to well made and although I have not had the opportunity to use them yet I expect them to work very well. The problem that I did have was with the order. One planer board was missing the eyebolt, washers and nuts. (I tried to resolve w/ supplier!) Lowe's had it.

  • 5

    Great boards

    Posted by Bigwater on March 9, 2021

    The hardest pulling dual board set up I have used (38 years) once set they drop my boat trolling speed buy .6 or .7 mph and run great in rough water!!

    The hardest pulling dual board set up I have used (38 years) once set they drop my boat trolling speed buy .6 or .7 mph and run great in rough water!!

  • 3

    Sharp edges

    Posted by Rod on April 30, 2020

    Watch out for all the sharp edges, the metal dividers on the top and bottom have sharp corners. They will scratch your boat, or even worst cut your hand. Just finish filing the sharp edges. The work a… Read More

    Watch out for all the sharp edges, the metal dividers on the top and bottom have sharp corners. They will scratch your boat, or even worst cut your hand. Just finish filing the sharp edges. The work as expected in the water.