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PostPosted: Wed Jul 27, 2016 9:23 am 
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rogerdodger wrote:
well I tested out the rudders in some rather windy conditions, small white (~1.5') whitecaps, and the Hobie sailing rudder worked the best for me on the i11s. I was fully loaded with my BlackPac, milk crate, big net up in the air, sonar up front, and a downrigger (which worked great, I will post a thread on that after I get time to take some pictures)....the sailing rudder allowed me to always go the direction that I wanted to go. (I could still hit 5mph briefly fully loaded) without the extra gear and weight on the boat, the standard rudder is fine, but fully loaded with the extra wind resistance of the boxes and net, the sailing rudder is what I will be using. cheers, roger



I'm very interested in your downrigger setup, can you post some pictures? Thanks


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