New Radio Ranger ll, Opening the Box, Unboxing

25 Jan radio-ranger-box-and-buy

A Glimpse into What is Included with The New Radio Ranger ll. The Radio Ranger also includes The Rc Fishing Pole, Fishing Line, Bobber and Hook. So just charge the boat battery and you’re ready for fishing. The Radio Ranger is also a big boat, at almost 3 feet long!

Two Ways to Catch Fish.

Pulling in the Fish WIth The Boat.

Attach the line on the end of Rc Fishing Pole, bait the hook, or attach a spinner or lure. When a fish hits you’ll see the bobber and the tip of The Rc Fishing Pole go down, set the hook by tapping the trigger on the remote once or twice.

Tip: When pulling in the fish with the boat the largest fish recorded is about 4 lbs., a big catfish! Its a good idea to let the fish pull the boat around until you see the fish getting tired, its easier to drive it in when its not fighting as much.

Tip: Using Waterproof Hatch Tape will help insure that if the boat happens to go under for a moment that the electronics will survive.

Using The Line Release Feature:

Most useful to get your line out far distances and release the line where you want. Also using the line release you can catch any size fish because you are using your regular fishing pole also.

Use the line release pads, put one on the tip of The Rc Fishing Pole and the other one on your fishing line (from your fishing pole) above your baited hook a few inches or a few feet depending how deep you want your bait while you drive it out. Allow the line out from your fishing rod while you drive the boat out to your fishing spot. Either leave the line attached until a fish hits or give it a tug to release the line from the boat.

Chumming for Fish:

There is an additional feature to use The Radio Ranger for fishing, chumming! With the optional Bait Bucket, ($9.95) it attaches on The Rc Fishing Pole. Add a handful or two of anything fish eat, attach your baited hook, and line, drive out the boat and drop it off where you want, create a fish feeding frenzy.chum-Bait-Bucket

Features:

Ready For Rc Fishing Fun.
Factory pre-assembled, ready-to-run
Detailed Exterior, Glossy White with Cool Fishing Decals
Two (2) High Performance, (air cooled), 390 motors
Prof. Designed Dual Propellers
Remote Distance: Up to about 300 Feet
Suitable for adults and children of age 10 or under with Adult Supervision

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The Radio Ranger Rc Fishing Boat includes:

2.4 GHz 34″ Radio Ranger Rc Fishing Boat.
The Rc Fishing Pole Fishing Line, Bobber, and Hook, Line Release Pads. Radio Transmitter with 8-AA Batteries.
7.2 Volt 1800mah Boat Battery Pack and AC Wall Charger.
1 Extra Set of Propellers.
A Boat Stand for the Radio Ranger.
Set of decals Rc Fishing Pole and Boat Instructions with Rc Fishing Tips.

Radio Ranger Rc Fishing Boat Specifications

Length: ~34″ in.
Width: ~8 in.
Height: ~6 in
About 20 Mph Boat color: White

And This Video is a MUST WATCH! I’m much older than that and funny I was just as excited as him when I opened my Radio Ranger!

Florida Rc Bass Fishing Rc Style

8 Sep

Our friend in Florida sent this Summer Bass Rc Fishing Video in for your viewing pleasure! He looks like he’s been fishing his whole life, and he makes it look so easy too. When you’re in control as in remote control you are the boss and this guy shows us how its done. A little fancy background beat, send the Bass Sport out and Fish On!

Walleye Fishing Radio Ranger Style

8 Sep

We occasionally get the opportunity to catch the Radio Ranger doing what it does best, catching fish! This time we have the rare chance to see a birdseye view of the pristine outdoors and wildlife Michigan has to offer to adventurers. We also observe a keen Rc Fisherman catching prized Walleye!

Rc Fishing Boat Troubleshooting 101-My Radio Ranger has a problem, what do I do next?

16 Dec

My Radio Ranger is not working, what do I do next? Review the troubleshooting sheet below for the most common problems and simple solutions. Click Here Troubleshooting to Print or View a Full Size Troubleshooting Sheet.

Proper Battery Charging-Transmitter Batteries-Unplugged or Reversed Wires are the most common issue you may have with a Radio Ranger Rc Fishing Boat. First charge the boat battery 5-6 hours (not overnight). The charger should be a little hot and the battery kind of warm. If not then the battery or charger could be defective.

The on/off button on the boat has a thick rubber grommet inside that may become stuck that can cause the boat to turn off itself if the button is assembled too tight. The button can be separated into two pieces to loosen it and then reassembled, do not tighten too tight.

Make sure the transmitter batteries are correctly installed, lights on the controller should be solidly lit. One bad battery in the controller will not be strong enough to get a good signal with the boat, if you have a bad transmitter battery it can effect the range and performance. A good idea is to tape your receiver antenna on the side of the hull, (the silver wire inside the boat) away from the rest f the wires. Never pull the antenna or try to extend it to outside the hull. while addressing reception, (a good signal) if the antenna wire is pulled it may become unsoldered inside the receiver.

The older Radio Ranger, Pre-6/2015 does not have a setting on the transmitter. On the new version Radio Ranger make sure the switch above the red light is on the “REV” position. The switch sets the trigger position, you can pull the trigger in or push the trigger to go forward, (the boats do not have reverse).

If the boat operates but will not go straight most likely the wires on one of the motors are backwards. Looking at the back of the boat from behind the boat the right side propeller should spin clockwise, and the left side should spin counter-clockwise. If a motor spins the wrong way just unplug the wires on that motor and reverse the wires. Keep in mind each propeller has a small letter on it, L-Left side, and R-Right side.

When changing a propeller one of the propeller nuts are left handed threads, usually the right side propeller nut. Turn that nut to the left to loosen it.

Click here to see a full page copy of the Troubleshooting sheet. Troubleshooting

After Troubleshooting your boat and you still are experiencing one of the problems you may need a new receiver or transmitter. Parts are available at: Rc Fishing World Parts Page

 

 

Troubleshooting

Chum-Create a Fish Feeding Frenzy Rc Boat Style with The Bait Bucket

19 Aug 2Chum-Bucket-Dinner-Bell-For-Fishing

Bait-Bucket-When you just can’t locate the fish just have the fish come to you with the Fish Fun Bait Bucket. Delivers a handful of chum with your baited hook. Oh where, oh where are the fish at? Now you can attract all the fish you want. But there is fishing science behind the genius of the Bait Bucket. Chum attracts small bait fish which in turn attracts the big fish! Fill the Bait Bucket with breadcrumbs, corn or even dog food, add your baited hook and  guaranteed it will be like shooting fish out of a barrel. Rc-Bait-Buddy-Instructions-

Radio Ranger Maintenance Tip #1 Oil Propeller Shafts and Replace Propellers

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Radio Ranger Propeller Shaft Removal

YOU WANT TO KEEP YOUR NEW RADIO RANGER RC FISHING BOAT IN TIP-TOP RUNNING CONDITION.

Oiling the propeller shafts occasionally will keep things running smoothly.

 

Although dripping oil down the shaft is ok too, you may remove the shaft, clean and oil it. The main thing to remember is not to remove the C-ring, putting that back on is difficult and getting it to stay on rarely works.

Propeller-parts

Radio Ranger Propeller Nut Assembly

The propeller assembly consists of 4 main parts. #1 Silicone Washer, #2 Dog Gear, #3 Washer, #4 Nut. A good idea is to apply a small drop of Super Glue or Loc-Tite on the propeller nut to keep it tight at all times.

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Radio Ranger Propeller Rotation

Each Propeller turns in a different direction. When replacing propellers or  the propeller nuts there are two things to remember. #1 is each propeller has a letter stamped on it to identify which side it belongs, L-for Left Side, and R-for Right Side. #2 to keep in mind also it that each of the propeller nuts are different. One of the propeller nuts have left handed threads. For those that are not familiar with left handed threads, instead of spinning to the left to loosen it, spin it to the right. So if one of your propeller nuts seems like it is tightening instead of loosening then just spin the nut the other way. The same goes for tightening the nut, instead of turning the nut to the right to tighten it turn it to the left.

 

FISH FUN CO.’S RADIO RANGER NEW DESIGN FOR 2015

19 Jan

FISH FUN CO.’S RADIO RANGER NEW DESIGN FOR 2015
The new look is going to Excite and Make the Fishing Experience even More Thrilling!

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The New Look of The Radio Ranger

The Radio Ranger Deserved the New Custom Decal Set.
Located on the Port Side (left side) the large 15″ Ruler to measure the Fish you Catch!

SLEEK NEW FISHING DECAL DESIGN FOR THE RADIO RANGER

SLEEK NEW FISHING DECAL DESIGN FOR THE RADIO RANGER

Every time you Catch a Fish, add a small Fish on the Deck!
Like a Bomber from 1950’s and 60’s Keep a Record of Your Catches.
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