Physically Impaired Fishermen Regain use of their Fishing Boats Thanks to New Railing System by Extereme Technologies, LLC

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The first production safety / security support railing system designed to enable fishermen with physical impairments or balance problems regain the ability to operate and fish from a fishing boat.

New radical product for the boating industry.

Extreme Technologies of Indianapolis, Indiana launches “The Fish’n Rail”, the first production safety / security support railing system designed to enable physically impaired and senior fishermen who have balance problems, the ability to operate and fish from their own boat. Jeff Thompson, Consultant to Extreme Technologies states “We designed the Fish’n Rail in response to a high level of interest in assisting our Wounded Warriors in getting back on the water and into the sport they love.” The system allows the user to pull himself up from the driver's seat onto the bow.

Features: Stainless steel construction. All vertical rails have inner doubler to ensure strength. Floor level mounts provide easy removal. Console "P" rail provides a grab handle from the driver's position. front rail does not obstruct drivers view. Front rail clears center rod locker while fully opened. Front rail provides rough water stability to the front seat. Front rail serves as a brace for lowering and raising the trolling moter. Rear "L" rail provides passengers with hand stability. Port "P" rail offers additional upper grab for the boarding ladder. Rear rails provide security .while maintaining access to to all storage compartments and can be used as a wheelchair enclosure.

See what it’s all about by visiting Extreme Technologies at the Indianapolis Boat Sport and Travel Show February 26-28 next to the "Ask the Pros" stage in the Blue Ribbon Pavilion. Or you can visit us online at The system is currently available for Ranger Bass Boats. According to Al Sipos with Extreme Technologies, "other brands will be available as we gain a cooperative relationship and engineering approval with those manufacturers".

Welcome back to fishing.


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