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Rock D'Acquisto of Point Wilson Darts crabing deep off Dallas Bank in the Strait of San Juan De Fuca.
Ken with Full On Auto And Marine in Eurka Ca. finalizing a Power Hauler installation on a 30ft. Osprey
John Beth of gofishmagazine.com shrimp fishing in Discovery Bay located off the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state.
Met once more with LT Ryan Wartick NOAA Field Operations Officer on the 231ft NOAA Ship Fairweather
to deliver the last of the five HD923 Power Haulers before the ship departs for Alaska and the
Northern Arctic. The Power Haulers have been used for the 2 past years on the five Fairweathers
32 ft hydrographic survey launches to lower sensitive mapping equipment equipped with side scanning
and bottom looking sensors to map the ocean floor.
The hydrographic mapping equipment shown below is lowered between 5 -300 meters (16 -1000/ft) using 3/8' line. The new floor mapping data will be used to update the NOAA charts
used by the military, commercial, and civilian population. (Pictures were taken near Shelikof Island, AK
Three Rivers Marine in Woodinville Wa. about to deliver a new North River after installing a Power Hauler HD618
with the remote air bellows foot switch option (red puck on floor and the control box on wall).
Eli Ledbetter writes "I bought a puller last year at the boat show and I was a bit of a tough sell. I have to say it really exceeded all of my expectations.
I have attached a couple pics of my puller. I went shrimping around 40 times with over 200 pots pulled and much more than that crabbing with zero issues with the puller.
I usually run 50-60lb shrimp pots and the puller handles them great even in rough water."
David is lobster fishing (Californians call this bugging) off the coast in Southern California with a custom gunnel bracket setup.
Everett in Valdez Alaska using his Power Hauler HD618 to lift his wifes 70 pound hailbut off the boat.
This is the completed installation of one of our schedule 80 manual pot puller kits we donated to "The Never Forgotten Project" for use on their Parker 2520 located in San Diego,
Ca. The mission statement for The Never Forgotten Project is to provide veterans access to a variety of ways to enjoy the country they fought for that includes: fishing, hunting, camping, and sailing.
Founder Frank Bongiorno is shown with the end result of the installation - a fine catch of Southern California lobsters. We're promised more pictures as the fishing continues and have provded a
link to their website on our links page if you wish
to learn more and/or donate to this great project
Chuck - The power hauler is working great. We have been taking advantage of the few good days of weather we get in the fall. On this paticular day
we were sampling for mysid shrimp doing triplicate vertical tows at three sites ranging from 90 to 120 meters for the lake champlain long term water
quality monitoring program. The power hauler worked flawlessly with little drain on a 12 volt marine battery. Luke M. - Lake Champlain Research Institute Plattsburgh, NY
John Hines shares a picture of his Power Hauler on his North River
Rudi's newly finished HD618 installation.
Another Three Rivers Marine installation on a customers new North River.
An example of using a Cannon downrigger mount with the upper gunnel bracket
Nice example of a through gunnel installation
Mike and friend enjoing a good day of deep water shrimp fishing off the San Juan Islands in Washington state with their model HD618 Power Hauler (notice our Scotty downrigger adapter for the gunnel mount).
Another example of a through gunnel installation which seconds as a gas grill mount when not in use!
(Magma POW’R GRIP® Fish Rod Holder Mount PN: A10-175)
Massimo Valentini lobster fishing off the coast of Perth Western Australia with his new HD923 and a couple of nice looking lobsters. Nice work on the adapter plate for the gunnel mount.
Glenn King and family prawn fishing in the Strait of Juan de Fuca with a new HD619 - looks like a limit for one of them (thanks for the photos Glenn).
Thom at Raith America Corp. has found a diferent use for the schedule 80 pot puller davit. Thom explains: the Power Hauler schedule 80 davit is being used to raise and lower an electron beam column. The center column
seen with aluminum foil on top is the actual electron beam column itself where electrons are accelerated down the column at a 50,000 Volt potential.
These electrons are used to expose a photo mask or semiconductor wafer and write a pattern on them in an attempt to build nano circuits. This is a research tool is only creating one offs.
If the experimental design works as planned, it might be utilized at Intel or some other microchip manufacturer to continue the downsizing of electonic devices.
The Yellow light present reduces UV interference in the clean room. These are pictures that show the bracketing and added hand winch. The actual weight supported is near 200 lb. which is at its limit but handles it well.
Randys Thunderjet with a new HD618 installation in process
Finally had a chance to install the new Power Hauler yesterday. Couldn't be more happy with the puller, and it is nice to buy something that comes with everything needed to install.
I only had to go to the local marine store twice, and that was for nuts and bolts, and additional heat shrink covers. I used your soldering method (video tutorial on the website) for connecting the power cables to
the battery lugs.
I'm very happy about my new pot puller and can't wait for May 14th to arrive to test it out. Thanks again for demonstrating your puller to me at the Seattle Boat show
and I look forward to many years of good use. I have attached some pictures of the install on my 1986 Trophy 2560.
Randys Thunderjet with a new HD618 installation in process
Steve Chamberlin of Sounder Soultions out shrimping with his son. Last picture shows what happens after catching your limit with using HD618 Power Hauler.
Back in November I ordered a davit. As you may recall, I needed to make the vertical 5'. Here is the finished product. It all works like a charm. The straps on the harness are seat belts since
they are thin, flat, strong, and wide, to spread the load. Thanks for a great and versatile product. Dean - Waldport, OR