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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!

Radio Ranger Rc Fishing Boat Unboxing-Review-Comparison

28 Apr
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Available in White and Yellow. 27 MHZ and 40 MHZ

If You want to see The Brand New 34″ Radio Ranger Rc Fishing Boat check out the Unboxng Review. Unboxings are popular on youtube to show someone opening a product they just acquired and sort of a review. Today young Youtube Pro Angler is going to walk you through his unboxing review of his new Radio Ranger. Some of the Radio Ranger features are:
The Radio Ranger Rc Fishing Boat priced at $84.95 plus shipping includes:
+ The 34″ Radio Ranger Rc Fishing Boat. (Impressive size for the $)
+ The Rc Fishing Pole , Fishing Line, Bobber, and Hook, Line Release Pads.
+ A Boat Stand for the Radio Ranger.
+ Transmitter and Batteries for the Radio Ranger.
+ 7.2 Volt 1800mah Boat Battery and Wall Charger.
+ 1 Extra Set of Propellers.

The Radio Ranger is Ready to Run right out of the box, just charge the battery and Go Fishing!
When reviewing a rc boat especially when you’re using it for fishing is considering the body, (hull) and the electronics inside. Comparatively speaking rc boats range in hull size and what its made of. Second is the electronics and the features.
Lets compare hull materials on rc boats and the Radio Ranger. The Radio Ranger’s hull is abs, (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene ). Discovered during World War II, it is very impact resistant. Abs plastic also provides a lightweight alternative to fiberglass. When comparing rc boat hulls fiberglass hulls although very sturdy, the contribute to the overall cost of rc boat. The Radio Ranger hull is made from vacuum forming two sheets of abs plastic to form a top and a bottom for the boat, then the top and bottom are glued together. “Hobby Grade or Not”?
The electronics are also a factor in rc boat performance, the question is how many features do you want in a rc boat you’re going to use for fishing? The Radio Ranger provides a very simple radio control system, no needless features to drive up the cost either. The Radio Ranger electronics give you a 300-400 foot range, and the ability to go straight, left and right. What you do not get which a “Hobby Grade” rc usually boat has are features like: water cooling for the motors, a servo steering system, and an esc, (electronic speed controller). A common question about the Radio Ranger, “Is the Radio Ranger a Hobby Grade Rc Boat”? The answer is no. For one a true “Hobby Grade” rc boat that is almost 3′ feet long is going to cost in the neighborhood of $300-$400. One thing also is do you need a hobby grade rc boat for fishing, no. When using a rc boat around the dock or shore for pulling fish in with the boat a hobby grade rc boat could be considered too elaborate, you just don’t need a hobby grade rc boat for that. The other factor is the range and taking your line out record distances, then it is a matter of your preference. For taking your line out again a hobby grade rc boat is not necessary but one nice feature on hobby grade rc boats is the esc, (electronic speed control). The esc enables you do drive the boat at any speed, instead of just one speed. The Radio Ranger is a one speed model, gets the line out fast. A trick to slow the one speed rc boats is instead of the 7.2 volt battery is to use a smaller one like a 4.8 volt battery. It will reduce the speed to a nice trolling speed while still giving you the desired running time depending on the mah the battery has.
The Radio Ranger package includes everything you need to get started, whether using the boat for fishing or just a fun rc boat. With the boat battery and charger included, and the 8 AA Batteries included for the transmitter, and The Rc Fishing Pole included, and a 2 year parts and labor warranty from Fish Fun Co. you can’t go wrong.

 

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