This is a 93 U$D + shipping item used by fishermen seeking to control drift.
(Full disclosure - I'd just make my own from whatever metal hoops I could find at a yard sale.)
Bottom weights yield faster deployment & prevent rotation
Packed with Harness Buoy
Weight: Approximately 3.95 pounds
Shipping Dimensions: Approximately 17 x 12 x 4 inches.
I'm thinking it might work on some
rivers to beat the wind.
Maybe one port and one starboard.
With a cord attached to the tip securely for a quick decommission.
Now the question:
Has anyone used a Drift Sock and if not just how stupid is this thought?