The following are featured testimonials from some of our customers:
Biospherical Instruments Inc. basis it’s Bio-HOIST product on the Safe-T-Puller STP-2100 Model from Quality Products NorthWest.
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In Norway there is a lot of recreational fisherman, and «everybody» has some kind of haulers in their boats for longline fishing (specialy after Halibut). I got the information about your product from one of our customers who have been using your Safe T-puller for 2-3 years, and are very satisfied with the quality of your product.
The products look very good… the way that the products where packed from you was excellent. The hauler worked fine for long-lining after halibut, as you can see, we had just a quick test with 500-600 meters of line, and got three halibut in a short time.
For the past three years, I have used your Safe-T-Puller in both the Prince Williams Sound and in Southeast Alaska. Whether I am pulling five shrimp pots from depths exceeding 700 feet or single crab pots at 200 feet, I have found your puller to be reliable, safe and well designed. It works so well that many of my friends installed one on their boat. Thanks for building a superior product and thanks for the great customer support!
As a fellow boater and fisherman, I wish to complement your company on the practical design and application of your Safe-T-Puller and Shrimp Pots.
I currently have a davit mounted, Light Commercial Model, Safe-T-Puller transom mounted on my 40 foot pleasure craft. Here in Southeast Alaska I fish 4-foot square King Crab pots and strings of shrimp pots to depths of 600 feet. In the three years that I have used the Safe-T-Puller, it has not let me down once, and it quickly and safely pulls in the pots.
Another use I have found for the Safe-T-Puller is the lifting and hanging of halibut, with the biggest to date being 240 pounds, for skinning and filleting. The puller makes a backbreaking job easy.
Up until last year I was fishing shrimp with 2-foot square coated wire mesh pots. I usually fished 2 strings of 5 pots per string. Last spring I acquired one of your larger rectangular shrimp pots. On my first use of your pot, I noted that your rectangular pot out fished my other pots 3 to 1. I now fish 3 of your pots and get as many or more shrimp than I did with the other 10 smaller pots. Your pots are also faster and easier to bait as well as unload the shrimp.