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U.S. Patent No. 10,933,995

DRONE SKY HOOK - your DJI DRONE  Sky PartnerTM

Drone Fishing, Drone Drop, Drone Carry, Drone Delivery, and Payload Release have never been easier with the revolutionary Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop devices (U.S. Patent No. 10,933,995). The devices quickly attach to your DJI Mavic AIR 2, Mavic 2, Mavic PRO, Mavic AIR, Phantom 4 or Phantom 3 drones with unlimited range for Exciting Drone Fishing or Carry, Transport and Drop payloads upon command above target areas.

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Only the sophisticated Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop devices can release and drop payloads from your DJI drone by simply rotating your drone (no linkage to the drone’s front LED light is required) or by pressing the C1 or C2 (C or Fn for Mavic AIR) button on the DJI drone remote controller.

 

Connect-And-Fly in seconds! No modification of any kind to your drone is required! No tools needed! There is no need to disable the DJI Mavic 2, Mavic AIR, Mavic AIR 2, Mavic PRO, Phantom 4 or Phantom 3 VPS sensors that remain fully operational!

 

The Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop PLUS devices include all the feature of the Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop devices with the addition of a turn ON / turn OFF feature to remotely activate external equipment installed on your DJI Mavic 2, Mavic AIR, Mavic PRO, Phantom 4 or Phantom 3 drone like the Drone-Sky-Hook LED Searchlight with Built-In Laser Pointer, additional cameras and more.

 

Equip your DJI drone with one of the Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop devices to carry and drop Balloons from the sky or release Flowers, Confetti, Streamers, Candies, Toys, Party Favors and more from the air to the delight of your family and friends.

 

Drone fishing made easy! Deploy your DJI Mavic 2, Mavic AIR, Mavic AIR 2, Mavic PRO, Phantom 4 or Phantom 3 drone equipped with a Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop device to pull fishing line, lure/bait and hooks into the ocean and remotely drop them into the water when you locate the fish on your remote controller display.

 

The small size, lightweight, self-contained smart Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop devices maximize the payload lifting capability of your DJI drone for Exciting Fishing Adventures, Fun Activities or Search and Rescue Operations.

Beware of cheap Chinese, inferior and low-quality copycat products that can cause your expensive drone to crash.

 

Reviews & Testimonials

Awesome product best by far than anything else on the market... will recommend. There will be more orders from friends who have seen mine I’m sure in the near future.. thank you again .. very happy

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The Skyhook unit is working perfectly and is an exceptional design - many thanks for your thought and ingenuity in this regard.

It works great. Thank you very much.

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The ScanEagle UAV making a first autonomous flight at the Boeing Boardman test facility in Oregon. During the 45-minute flight the vehicle reached an altitude of 1,500ft and a speed of 70kt.
A ScanEagle UAV launched from USS Cleveland as part of the US Navy-sponsored joint task force exercise.
The Boeing / Insitu ScanEagle UAV on its launcher in preparation for an autonomous take off from a UK warship. During the trial, ScanEagle conducted surveillance, force protection, maritime interdiction and naval gunfire support.
The ScanEagle mini-UAV has completed over 30,000 combat operational flight hours in Iraq, with the US Marine Corps, the US Navy and the Australian Army.
ScanEagle UAV sits on its launcher prior to a mission in Iraq. The UAV is used to loiter over trouble spots and provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data or communications relay.
ScanEagle is launched autonomously via a pneumatic wedge catapult launcher.
ScanEagle approaching a ship for its first autonomous landing. The UAV was recovered using Insitu's Skyhook system, in which ScanEagle catches a rope hanging from a 50ft-high pole.
An engineer loads ScanEagle's expandable avionics system prior to a demonstration flight. The UAV was designed with a removable avionics bay and two expansion slots allowing seamless payload integration.
Following a successful net-centric technology demonstration at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, ScanEagle is retrieved with the Skyhook system.

ScanEagle is a mini unmanned air vehicle developed by Insitu and Boeing at the Phantom Works facility. By the end of the first quarter of 2007, it had completed over 30,000 combat operational flight hours, including operations over Iraq. The system is in operational service with the United States Marine Corps, the United States Navy and the Australian Army.

In July 2004, the USMC placed a contract for two air vehicles which were deployed to Iraq in September 2004. Under a contract placed in April 2005, US Navy ScanEagles have been deployed since July 2005 onboard 15 destroyers and LSDs. In December 2006, the Australian Army placed a contract for ScanEagle, also used in Iraq.

By January 2009, ScanEagle had made over 1,500 successful shipboard recoveries on US Navy vessels and passed 50,000 combat flight hours with the US Marines in Iraq. It has been deployed on USN amphibious assault and dock landing ships and, from 2009, the USN has plans to deploy the UAV on Ticonderoga Class Aegis cruisers.

ScanEagle has a range of 1,500km and an endurance of more than 28 hours. The air vehicle can operate at speeds between 80km/h and 126km/h and the cruise speed is 90km/h in level flight. The vehicle achieves a maximum rate of climb of 150m/min to a maximum altitude of 4,880m or 16,000ft.

ScanEagle missions

ScanEagle missions include intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR); special services operations; escort operations; sea-lane and convoy protection; protection of high-value and secure installations; and high-speed wireless voice, video and data communications relay.

In 2000, Insitu, with headquarters in Washington, announced the development of the SeaScan UAV naval unmanned air vehicle for ship launch and recovery. SeaScan operates from naval platforms from 20ft-long patrol boats to large naval vessels. In 2002, Boeing announced a collaborative agreement with Insitu to develop the ScanEagle UAV at Phantom Works.

In 2002 the ScanEagle successfully completed its first remotely controlled flight and its first autonomously controlled flight. ScanEagle entered production at the Boeing’s Boardman aerospace manufacturing facility in Oregon.

In July 2008, Boeing announced an agreement to acquire Insitu Inc. The acquisition was completed in September 2008.

In addition to the systems in operational service, several military organisations have carried out trials with the ScanEagle including the US Marine Corps, US Navy, US Air Force, US Department of Defence, Australian Army and the UK Ministry of Defence.

UAV design

The ScanEagle air vehicle is composed of five field-replaceable major modules: nose, fuselage, avionics, wings and the propulsion system. It has a cylindrical fuselage of 200cm diameter with mid-mounted swept-back wings with winglets (wingspan – 3.1m), tail endplate fins and steering rudders.

“ScanEagle missions include intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) and special services operations.”

For operation in cold environments the ScanEagle can be equipped with carburettor heating and an ice-phobic wing covering.

Turret-mounted surveillance and observation systems are mounted in the nose. The nose carries the pitot tube which is fitted with an anti-precipitation system for cold weather operation.

The air vehicle is packed into a single storage container (1.71m x 0.45m x 0.45m) for transportation to the forward area of operation.

ScanEagle launch and recovery

The air vehicle is not fitted with landing gear. On land and on naval vessels the air vehicle is catapult launched from a pneumatically operated wedge launcher with a launch velocity of 25m/s. A folded-wing variant for air launch operations from a host C-130 Hercules or V-22 Osprey has been proposed and a study was initiated in 2006.

The recovery system for ScanEagle is based on the proven SkyHook recovery system developed by Insitu, originally for the SeaScan UAV. The SkyHook retrieval system uses an arresting or snagging line suspended from a 15.2m boom. The air vehicle is flown directly to approach the snagging line and a hook installed in the air vehicle’s wingtip is caught on the line.

An alternative conventional land recovery can be used on an open area of 100ft by 600ft.

UAV payload

The payloads are housed in the nose section. The operators can swap the payloads in the field in a few minutes. The sensors installed in the turret allow the operator to track stationary or moving targets without having to re-manoeuvre the air vehicle.

“ScanEagle has a 900MHz UHF datalink and a 2.4GHz S-band downlink for video transmission.”

The payloads include electro-optical and infrared sensors, biological and chemical sensors, laser designators and a magnetometer for identification and locating magnetic anomalies.

The nose of the ScanEagle vehicle houses a gimballed and inertially stabilised turret. An upgraded Block D variant houses a new sensor turret which accommodates larger cameras. The sensor turret can be fitted with a DRS E6000 high resolution uncooled thermal imager module providing 640 x 480 pixels with a 25 micron pitch.

In August 2008, ScanEagle was successfully flight-tested equipped with a short-wave infrared camera supplied by Goodrich Sensors.

In January 2007, the US Air Force initiated an assessment study for the deployment of a sniper gun fire detection and location system supplied by ShotSpotter Inc of Santa Clara, California. The integrated air vehicle and ShotSpotter system provides additional force protection for military convoys and military bases against sniper fire.

Other development programs are underway to examine the installation and deployment of other payloads including a lightweight high-resolution radar.

In January 2008, Boeing flight-tested the NanoSAR synthetic aperture radar (SAR) from ImSAR based in Salem, Utah. NanoSAR weighs only 2lb and claims to be the world’s smallest SAR. Also in January 2008, Boeing concluded a series of tests of the biological combat assessment system (BCAS) on board ScanEagle, as part of a demonstration for the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA).

ScanEagle engine

The air vehicle is fitted with a pusher engine with a two-blade propeller. The piston engine develops 0.97kW. The vehicle carries a maximum of 4.3kg of fuel.

Original production models are fitted with automobile gasoline-fuelled engines. Sonex Research Inc, based in Annapolis, Maryland, was contracted to develop a converted version of the engine to operate on heavy fuel (i.e. kerosene based JP5 jet aircraft fuel).

Operation on heavy fuel achieves safety levels for naval operations and also importantly eases the logistics requirements in terms of supply, storage and availability for remote deployment.

The longest flight achieved by ScanEagle fitted with the automobile gasoline engine is 22 hours and ten minutes. The heavy fuel engine equipped ScanEagle achieved a flight endurance of 28 hours 44 minutes using JP5 fuel in an endurance flight in January 2007.

“ScanEagle successfully completed its first remotely controlled flight in 2002.”

New technology including control technologies for ignition and combustion were introduced into the engine configuration in order to avoid loss of endurance by switching from gasoline to heavy fuel.

Heavy fuel engines can present problems in cold environments but the JP5 endurance flight was successfully completed in temperatures from
–16°C to –6°C.

Control and navigation

The ground control station, which can control up to eight air vehicles, is equipped with two operator consoles.

The control and navigation system provides the ScanEagle with waypoint navigation using differential GPS navigation, autonomous object tracking and autonomous in-flight route mapping. The ScanEagle is equipped with a Guidestar 111 control and navigation sensor supplied by Athena Technologies Inc, based in Virginia.

The unit, which contains solid-state gyros and accelerometers, magnetometer, GPS receiver and air data pressure transducers, provides attitude and heading measurement to high accuracy. High accuracy is maintained during dynamic manoeuvres such as sustained high-g turns through Kalman filtering and GPS magnetometer reference.

ScanEagle has a 900MHz UHF datalink and a 2.4GHz S-band downlink for video transmission.

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In my never ending quest to master the art of aerial photography and videography I’m always on the lookout for the next best thing.  I found just that in the Vulcan SkyHook 900mm Hexacopter. The SkyHook is heavy lift airframe ideal for professional aerial photography, surveying, security and other commercial applications, as well as the serious hobby flyer.  Made from high grade carbon fiber and aluminum alloy, they are not only amongst the strongest and stiffest airframes available, but also can be easily reconfigured to any airframe layout using the same parts.  Airframe sizes are available in 900mm, 1080mm and 1200mm spans and are able to be folded for transportation.

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Unique Features
The Vulcan SkyHook can be fitted with the new Mantis-Z arms.  The Mantis arms lift the front motors out of the view of the camera, even during fast forward flight.  Other advantages include greater stability in wind, more stability during descent and it helps the pilot with machine orientation, a notoriously difficult thing to maintain when flying at any distance.  The standard Mantis hexacopter comes with one Z arm and five standard arms, which works well with any 2 axis gimbal.  I chose to use two Z arms. When using two Z arms you do have to consider the landing gear you are going to use. With this setup retracts are an ideal choice.

The Vulcan 900 comes in kit form but assembly is straight forward. Everything needed to complete the airframe is included, not shown are the pillars, nuts and bolts.

The Vulcan 900 comes in kit form but assembly is straight forward. Everything needed to complete the airframe is included, not shown are the pillars, nuts and bolts.

The SkyHook 900 comes with standard or high clearance landing legs which can be attached to any arm according to preference, and moved along the arms to allow an uninterrupted camera view.  I chose to use DJI’s retractable landing gear; with the landing skids retracted the camera has the freedom to rotate through the full pan axis of 360 degrees without any viewing obstructions.  Additional accessories include DJI’s WooKong-M (WK-M) flight controller with GPS, Zenmuse Z-15 with Panasonic GH-3 camera, On Screen Display (OSD), 5.8 GHz video system to transmit video down to the pilot for First Person View (FPV) flights or for a separate camera operator.  Lastly is a 2.4 GHz downlink and Ground Control Station which allows the operator to view aircraft location, heading and altitude, as well as other flight data.

The Avroto LIFT series motors have a wide 25mm mounting hole measurement that will fit most heavy lift multi-rotor frames.  They also include a 6mm prop shaft and a 3 hole mount adapter.

The Avroto LIFT series motors have a wide 25mm mounting hole measurement that will fit most heavy lift multi-rotor frames. They also include a 6mm prop shaft and a 3 hole mount adapter.

My SkyHook 900 Mantis kit came well packaged and consisted of 2 frame center plates, 4 aluminum alloy arms, 2 aluminum alloy Mantis Z-arms (red), 6 motor mounts, 3 landing legs, 2 standoff plates, battery tray, pillars, nuts, bolts and washers.  In addition to the included parts I added a 12mm rail mount system so I could attach my Zenmuse and landing gear, a 200mm Vibration Isolation System, motor rings and a 250a power distribution board.

The Vulcan 250a power distribution board has plenty of copper contacts to accommodate all ESCs as well as two main power cables and accessories.

The Vulcan 250a power distribution board has plenty of copper contacts to accommodate all ESCs as well as two main power cables and accessories.

Construction was straight forward and the 13-page manual was easy to follow.  The Vulcan Power Distribution Board is capable of handling 250 amps with 8 or more ESCs.  One side connects all negatives and the other all positives.  A total of 18 pairs of solder pads are provided and can be used as appropriate, 12mm diameter pads are provided for heavy duty battery cables, 9mm pads for ESCs and 7mm pads for other auxiliary power feeds.  Due to the relatively thick copper a powerful soldering iron is recommended.  Mounting holes for this board are pre-drilled in the Vulcan frame plates.

The 250a power distribution board is attached to the bottom of the center top plate.  Also seen are the two battery leads as well as two power leads for the DJI Zenmuse and PDU.  The Vulcan speed control programmer is attached and ready to calibrate all six Maytech speed controls.

The 250a power distribution board is attached to the bottom of the center top plate. Also seen are the two battery leads as well as two power leads for the DJI Zenmuse and PDU. The Vulcan speed control programmer is attached and ready to calibrate all six Maytech speed controls.

The power system includes six new Avroto 3515 400kv LIFT motors spinning T-Motor 15×5 carbon fiber props.  Six Maytech 45a Opto (Simon-K flashed) speed controls, two Turnigy 6S 5000 45C LiPos and a Scherrer UHF long rang receiver round out the electronics.

I used the Vulcan multi-speed-control programming tool to simultaneously calibrate the throttle on all six Maytech speed controls, this ensured they all were equal.  I mounting the ESCs on the side of the arms with double-sided foam tape; this allows the arms to be folded as well as providing more airflow to the speed controls.

The Vulcan arms and motor mounts easily accommodate the Avroto 1315 LIFT motors.

The Vulcan arms and motor mounts easily accommodate the Avroto 1315 LIFT motors.

The Avroto LIFT motors are high quality, smooth running and durable brushless motors built for multi-rotor UAV applications.  Jim at Monto RC was extremely helpful in choosing the correct motor and propeller combination for the SkyHook.  These motors are the highest quality I’ve seen.  They have proven to be dependable, efficient, and tough, plus I really like the cool white color.

 

The Zenmuse controller and OrangeRX 9ch receiver are attached to the bottom of the 200mm Vibration Isolation System.

The Zenmuse controller and OrangeRX 9ch receiver are attached to the bottom of the 200mm Vibration Isolation System.

 

The WK-M IMU is placed on the top of the center plate with Vulcan silicone gel tape. The OSD, Power Management Unit (PMU) and 2.4 GHz downlink are surrounding the IMU on the top plate. The receiver and flight controller are located on the first standoff plate and the GPS antenna is on the top standoff plate. Underneath the 200mm Vibration Isolation System is the Zenmuse controller and 9ch receiver.

Conclusion
The Vulcan SkyHook is a solid frame with high quality parts.  It’s well designed and the Mantis arms are an innovative solution in the race to get the perfect shot.  The SkyHook’s highly-efficient dynamic system provides users with improved stability, greater payload lifting capability, and longer flight times.  The super rigid construction coupled with the ability to reconfigure to any other airframe layout makes this an ideal system for aerial photography and videography.  Add the amazing capability of the Avroto 3515 400kv LIFT motors with T-motor props and you’ve got that next best thing.

The Avroto 1315 LIFT motors with the T-Motor 15x5 carbon fiber prop are a perfect match for the Vulcan 900.  They easily lift the hexacopter and all its equipment into the air with plenty of power to spare.

The Avroto 1315 LIFT motors with the T-Motor 15×5 carbon fiber prop are a perfect match for the Vulcan 900. They easily lift the hexacopter and all its equipment into the air with plenty of power to spare.

IN THE AIR
Assembly at the field or worksite involves unfolding four arms and emplacing four nuts and bolts.  I keep my Vulcan fully intact most of time simply because I have enough room for it.

When the battery is connected the WK-M LED unit provides the status of the GPS connection as well as the battery status.  The motor start sequence requires both transmitter sticks to be pushed to the bottom outside corners of the transmitter.  The motors will start for 3 seconds, awaiting throttle input from the pilot.  If no input is given the motors will stop.  This is a safety feature provided by the WK-M to ensure that accidentally bumping the throttle will not start the motors.  The Avroto 3515’s provide plenty of power to lift the SkyHook off the ground easily.  Setting the throttle stick to mid position establishes a hover.  After approximately 12-minutes of flight I reduced throttle slightly, the SkyHook slowly descended and lightly touched down.

The 2.4GHz downlink can been seen as well as the flight controller, PMU and GPS unit.  Also in view are the silver and red antennas from the long range receiver.

The 2.4GHz downlink can been seen as well as the flight controller, PMU and GPS unit. Also in view are the silver and red antennas from the long range receiver.

I’ve made more than 20 photography and videography flights with the SkyHook, each flight gets better and better.  This is an extremely capable machine.

GENERAL FLIGHT PERFORMANCE
Stability:  My initial flights were in Atti. Mode, these were gentle lift-offs and landings, then progressing into a basic flight profile.  This is a good mode to get a feel for how the SkyHook handles.  Performing sweeping turns, figure 8s and buzzing around in this mode is exciting.  GPS Atti. Mode is much the same as Atti. except you have the ability to hold a position over the ground as well as the added return home features.  This is a great mode for aerial photography and videography.  The SkyHook was rock solid and held its position extremely well in 13 mph winds.

Tracking: In GPS mode tracking in a straight line is automatic, in Atti mode you’ll have to compensate for wind drift.

Aerobatics: If the SkyHook could do any it would be in Manual Mode.  Flying in Manual Mode was a bit nerve wracking knowing that I had no attitude compensation at all.  The airframe is naturally stable and that showed while in this mode.

Glide and stall performance: The SkyHook is not capable of autorotation but WK-M has a useful Fail-Safe mode which can be set up to either land at its current location or return to its home point and then land if loss of radio signal or low battery.

 

Flight preparation consists of plugging in the battery and waiting for the WK-M to initialize and acquire satellites.  The Z-15 will rotate in all axes while initializing, the GH3 camera can be turned on manually or via an iPhone/iPad.

Flight preparation consists of plugging in the battery and waiting for the WK-M to initialize and acquire satellites. The Z-15 will rotate in all axes while initializing, the GH3 camera can be turned on manually or via an iPhone/iPad.

PILOT DEBRIEFING

The user manual is very thorough and I had no problems following it.  I suggest downloading the manuals from the VulcanUAV website and studying it before the SkyHook arrives.  Professional quality, vibration-free video is well within anyone’s grasp with this sturdy platform.  To say the SkyHook is built like a tank would wrongly imply that it is heavy and not agile.  This is far from the truth, it can easily whip around the sky or sit as still as a rock.

 

Specifications

MODEL: SkyHook Mantis 900mm Hexacopter

MANUFACTURER: VulcanUAV Ltd (www.vulcanuav.com)

DISTRIBUTOR: See vulcanuav.com for distributor list

TYPE: Multi-rotor: Hexacopter

SMALLEST FLYING AREA: baseball infield

IDEAL FOR: intermediate to advanced

FRAME DIAMETER: 900mm

READY-TO-FLY WEIGHT: 17 lb., 8 oz. (with Zenmuse and Panasonic camera)

RADIO: 6-channel minimum, 8+ channels recommended

BATTERY: 22.2v 6s 8000-12000mAh 25C

PRICE: SkyHook ARF ($425), WooKong-M Autopilot system ($1,199.00), Zenmuse Z15-G ($3,500), Avroto 3515 400kv LIFT motor ($120.00 each), Maytech 45a Opto Simon-K flashed ESC ($50 each)

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GEAR USED

Radio: Futaba 9C, TSLRS 12ch rx (SkyHook): Spektrum DX8, OrangeRX 9ch rx (Zenmuse Z-15)

Motor: (6) Avroto 3515 400kv Brushless Outrunner (www.montorc.com), (6) Maytech 45a Opto-Eagle Simon-K flashed ESC (www.addictiverc.com)

Propeller: (6) T-Motor 15×5 carbon fiber (www.montorc.com)

Battery: (2) Turnigy nano-tech 6s 5000mAh 45C (www.hobbyking.com)

Autopilot: DJI WooKong-M flight control system

Camera gimbal: DJI Zenmuse Z-15G

Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3 with 20mm pancake lens (www.panasonic.com)

HIGHLIGHTS

+Extremely stable flight performance

+Robust design

+Heavy lift capabilities

+Professional quality abilities at a fraction of the cost

By Kyle Matthew; photos by Elizabeth Jenny

 

 

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Only the sophisticated Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop devices can release and drop payloads from your DJI drone by simply rotating your drone (no linkage to the drone’s front LED light is required) or by pressing the C1 or C2 (C or Fn for Mavic AIR) button on the DJI drone remote controller.

Connect-And-Fly in seconds! No modification of any kind to your drone is required! No tools needed! There is no need to disable the DJI Mavic 2, Mavic AIR, Mavic AIR 2, Mavic PRO, Phantom 4 or Phantom 3 VPS sensors that remain fully operational!

The Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop PLUS devices include all the feature of the Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop devices with the addition of a turn ON / turn OFF feature to remotely activate external equipment installed on your DJI Mavic 2, Mavic AIR, Mavic PRO, Phantom 4 or Phantom 3 drone like the Drone-Sky-Hook LED Searchlight with Built-In Laser Pointer, additional cameras and more.

Equip your DJI drone with one of the Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop devices to carry and drop Balloons from the sky or release Flowers, Confetti, Streamers, Candies, Toys, Party Favors and more from the air to the delight of your family and friends.

Drone fishing made easy! Deploy your DJI Mavic 2, Mavic AIR, Mavic AIR 2, Mavic PRO, Phantom 4 or Phantom 3 drone equipped with a Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop device to pull fishing line, lure/bait and hooks into the ocean and remotely drop them into the water when you locate the fish on your remote controller display.

The small size, lightweight, self-contained smart Drone-Sky-Hook Release & Drop devices maximize the payload lifting capability of your DJI drone for Exciting Fishing Adventures, Fun Activities or Search and Rescue Operations.

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