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New Radio Ranger ll, Opening the Box, Unboxing

25 Jan

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!

The RC (remote control) Surf Fishing Boat-Shark Specialists

7 Jan Rc Fishing isn't only for hobbyists
Rc Fishing isn't only for hobbyists

The Radio Ranger RC Fishing Boat!

The sea was calm, the day was hot and the wiry little man stalking  down the beach with a big rod under one arm and a little boat under  the other looked for all the world like a demented angler who had  given up fishing for towing toy boats through the surf on the end of  his fishing line.  But looks are deceiving. The angler was Herb Goodman of Lake  Worth, Florida, a remarkably dedicated shark fishem1an. Herb was  no stranger to Boynton Beach that Sunday afternoon in mid-July.  And the boat under his arm was no plaything. It was an ingenious  device he built for launching baits, specifically shark baits in the two to five-pound category.  The craft was thirty-six inches overall. Outriggers contained two  six-volt Ray-0-Vac batteries for powering two small motors originally designed for bailing out a boat. Propulsion was by aluminum  paddle wheels, one on each side of the hull. Inside the miniature vessel  was an electronic guidance system that could be activated by a  compact wireless transmitter from shore.  Herb propped his fiberglass Harnell rod and 12/o Penn reel on shore, scooping a hole in the sand for the rod butt and bracing the  reel with a slab of driftwood. He put the reel on clicker and paid out  his 130-pound-test dacron line to the water's edge. At the end of the  line was fiftteen feet of flexible cable terminating in two 12-o Sobey  hooks, both firmly skewered into the bow and stern of a whole bonito  weighing about seven pounds. If the belly of the bonito seemed to  have an unnatural bulge it was because Herb had inserted half a sash  weight, which would later hold the bait down. When everything was  ready, Herb waded the boat and bonito just out beyond the riffling  surf, loaded the bait aboard and set the craft adrift.  On shore he flipped the switch of the small transmitter and the  boat's paddle wheels began churning. Slowly it moved out into deeper  water, throwing up a small wake and towing the heavy leader and line  behind it. The 12/o chattered evenly and the dacron moved out  through the guides.  Minutes later Herb squinted toward the tiny vessel that was now  barely a white speck some three hundred yards from shore.  "That should do it," he said, and threw the reel in gear.  Line stopped. The bait dragged off the stem into the water.  Herb manipulated the transmitter again and the craft executed a  right turn and headed back toward the beach.  "Can't use the boat all the time," Herb told me as he snapped  his reel out of gear and dropped down on the sand beside it. "When  there's waves it doesn't work right. Can't keep it on course. Takes  calm days like this, then she goes perfect." He peered out at the  little boat homing in on us. "Now all we got to do is wait and see  what happens," he said, smiling.  Things have been happening to Herb Goodman at Boynton  Beach Inlet every Sunday for longer than he cares to remember. They  all concern sharks, and the only thing that. occasionally breaks up  the routine is a giant ray. His most recent conquest was a nose-to-tail-tip fourteen-foot specimen that put up a two-hour battle and  weighed about a thousand pounds.  The fact is he likes it. lie likes the challenge, the excitement, the rough-and-tumble fight and the crowd ~attracts-the people who can't quite believe what they see this spunky little man in a natty straw hat haul out of the ocean on a Sunday afternoon. He doesn't have a fancy boat, nor do his catches have the revered reputations of sailfish or marlin. But no one who has ever setn him in action will ever doubt that Herb Goodman's sport isn't big-game fishing in all its glory.

RC Fishing Boat Videos added to RC Fishing World website!

29 Mar
Get your fishing Pole!

Get your rc fishing pole!

RC Fishing World just added rc fishing videos to their site! Watch the experts go fishing with their Fish Fun remote control fishing boats, everybody is an expert! Watch the videos while you ponder which rc boat you want to go fishing with! A collection of exciting adventures made by the Fish Fun Fishermen, and by people like you! New videos will be added, and the site will be updated regularly to bring you latest remote control fishing boat adventures. There are original, these people are not actors! Lets go RC Fishing!

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