MA MPH MagPacker

A hydraulic system for automatic handling and storage of hooks and line

Key Features

  • Space efficient
  • Increased safety
  • Time saving, - less tangling during setting
  • Durable solution - made of heavy-duty stainless steel
  • Power Supply: Hydraulic

Key Information

  • Baits up to 6 hooks per second
  • High baiting precision
  • Low maintenance cost
  • Simple adjustment to desired bait size
  • Easy troubleshooting
  • Compatible for circle, EZ baiter and offset hooks
  • Patented RotoBait™ system

Product Information

The hydraulic operated MagPacker system for automatic handling and storage of hooks and line is designed to reduce manual labour and increase safety and efficiency onboard.

To ensure compact storage of lines a LinePress system is standard equipment on a MA MPH MagPacker storage system.

Key features

  • Space efficient storage of magazines with hooks and line
  • less tangling during setting, – the line coils don’t catch on other coils and turn around when moving the line towards the baiting machine
  • Less manual handling of the gear during setting and hauling
  • Increased safety on board
  • Made of heavy-duty stainless steel
  • Increased profit

Number of hooks per meter

Please note that quantity of hooks stated in quotes is an estimate. Quantity per meter will always depend on thickness, age and quality of the hooks and line. Consequently these given numbers are to be taken as a guideline only and not as factual numbers.

Weight example (approx.) without valves

1950 kg / 4300 lbs – incl. 20 empty magazines/ 3 m
2050 kg / 4519 lbs – incl. 20 empty magazines/ 3,5 m
2150 kg / 4740 lbs – incl. 20 empty magazines/ 4 m
Lenght of magazines 3 – 3,5 – 4 m

MA LP V2 – LinePress

The hydraulic MagPacker system is delivered with a line press as standard equipment. The line press keeps the rest of the line in place when setting and hauling to give room for the hooks and line sliding on the front magazine. Also, the line press act as a safety feature to prevent great movements of the heavy line during bad weather.