The package is 15.494 cm long. The package is 15.494 cm wide. The package is 5.334 cm high. The product is a fishing reel.
👤I have been using these for over 30 years to fish from the coast, on piers, from boats, kayaks, and so on. I am not going to argue if you need a rod, if you don't know then that is what you need. I have caught saltwater fish of all kinds and sizes with the line. Not for kids of any age, is large for their hands even a small size yo-yo like this one, not at least until they know how to coordinate their movements / hands in sync properly as manual work is required to cast, retrieve the line, and know what to do when you There is a I have never owned a fishing rod, so if you like to think outside the box, give it a try.
👤This thing is perfect for a man or woman who needs a spare fishing pole tucked under his truck seat. I have grown to love my own. I shaved the little bit of manufacturing quality control plastic from the seem lines which I was expecting from a low price product. I loaded mine with Walmart braided line. It took more than a typical fishing pole. I did not need to put that much on there. I wanted a lot on there. A clasp combo is attached to my line. I have found that using 30lb leaders for a weak point for the line to break in a snag has worked well for me. It's perfect for crabbing or fishing.
👤I am very impressed with this hand reel. The quality is nice. The modifications took a couple minutes. I shaved down the mold line with a razor and cut two line holders in the back lip. I used electrical tape. I tied 30 lbs flouro to my bait and used 30 lbs mono. My first casts in the yard were about 30 yards. You can stop the line with your thumb. Next week, I will be fishing with these.
👤You can either put it in your carry-on or in your glove box, and then add some string, a weight, and a hook, and you're fishing! When we're on vacation, my husband likes to fish, but when we fly there isn't room for his pole. In Puerto Vallarta, we watched locals catch big fish, one after another, using one of these, and then walked all over downtown trying to find one for sale, but didn't. I ordered one for my husband and son because Amazon sells them.
👤Aunque la foto se ve dos uno solo...bastante rustico, poco pulido, creo. Para adulto, buen tamao.
👤I'm not sure if they are the same brand. I ordered three of them, two in the 9" size and one in the 5" size. I gave a negative review after I received the 9. My first review. I thought it was important to give a positive review. The 6 looks very different from the 9. It's never a good idea to know if you get things on places like Amazon. I'm not sure if they are the same brand. The 9" I received looked nothing like the picture or what I wanted, as well as being too small, smaller than a 9 of another brand. These two are just like the picture, and were what I wanted. I would definitely recommend them, I will probably be getting a few more. They will probably hold over 300' of mono line. I'm looking forward to having some catfish on these. There is a chance of hooking something much larger than an eater. If you're not sure, go for it. I think you will be happy.
This reel is ideal for heavy species such as bass, catfish, and striper. Omega Pro will set a new gold standard for angling achievement. The KA-BAR Backpack Kaster is made from Ultramid and weighs 0.25 lbs. It is made up of three main components. The handle is inspired by the KA-BAR USMC Fighting/Utility Knife and has a hollow storage compartment for extra line and lures. A plastic device is included to secure your fishing line in place when not in use, and the head of the Kaster is where you attach your line. The KA-BAR backpack has a fishing line. 90 yrds is 10 lbs. It's perfect for camping, hiking, or any other survival kit. Made in the USA.
👤I found this while looking at the website. I am familiar with the classic design of the wood hobo reel and have been eye balling some designs for a while. It is made of a very tough material and it won't crack or split like wood when exposed to heat and humidity. This is a solid backup fishing system. It can take some abuse but still floats. My friends were as a kid. I used to scrounge up items at the local fishing waters and make something out of them. We spent a lot of time in the summer catching bugs and fishing for bluegill, bass, crappie, perch, and even a few catfish out of the lakes and ponds within the bicycle range. I didn't catch any monster fish on my first trip out. I had a blast and it brought back my summer memories. I'm considering a challenge to see how big of a fish I can land on this thing. If you're not familiar with this type of fishing, it can be a little difficult, and it's easy for the fish to break your line. When you hook a fish, it's important to keep your line free of tangles. I posted a video on the internet showing a little of how it works and what to expect on my first trip out. The backpack kaster field test is on the channel. If you are going after a large fish with a heavy line, keep in mind the direction the line winds on the top, it's unlikely that you'll end up with a large fish on the reel. There are some specifications. The line clip and 3.7oz without weighs in at 4.2oz, which includes 50yds of 10lb spiderwire braided line. If you plan on storing this away in a bug out bag or survival pack, braided line will not coil and bunch up over time like mono filament will. At the widest point, the length is just under 2 inches. The inner compartment is about 4 1/2 feet deep and has a different shape at the bottom. There is an O ring in the compartment. There is enough room for a decent emergency fishing kit in the picture I show. Take care of your lines.
👤When I saw this item, I thought I'd give it a try because I was skeptical about buying a micro fishing rod. I was looking for something like this to add to my survival pack and not worry about it getting damaged. It helped me catch a decent catfish.
👤I love it, can't wait for a large fish on this, put a razor blade, split shot,mini bic,hooks,jigs, in the handle, and then wrapped the handle in 550 cord. The mini survival kit is perfect.
👤I am really impressed with this kaster. I expected subpar materials and a cheap item that would snap because of the hollow handle. I was reminded of why Kabar has been around for so long when I took this guy out of its packaging. The unit is strong. It feels like you could bash a shark over the head with a tool. It is heavy for what it is and it is solid. The guy is not breaking anytime soon. I accidentally dropped it on concrete and it didn't scratch him. When I bought that tactical spork, I should have known better. It's fifteen dollars. It is made in the USA. The backpack fishing system has a 5 star rating and is a great deal. I will update it after I use it properly. You can always trust kabar to make a great product.
A black finish. Comes ready to have the line added. A Cuban reel is also known as a Yo-Yo.
👤I got my first yoyo a couple of weeks ago. The bucket is called the Gator Bucket. I decided to try other brands after getting some more. I ordered all of them in the same order. The 9 came today, not all at the same time. It took forever. The box can hold six or more. The part where the line goes has stickers on it. The Gator bucket is larger. The walls are smaller and the width is smaller at the bottom of the line channel. It probably has less line capacity than that. I have 200' of braided seine twine on the Gator that has room for mono on top of it. I don't think I'll get half that. The hand feels better with the bucket in it. It fills my hands up well, while this one is small. There are little finger undulations on the inner grip ring. I don't like that. They are not really pokey. This one looks like the Gator Bucket, but it is not. Get the bucket or not.
👤I hold over 100' of paracord. I was looking for something to help with line control for the paracord attached to the anchor for my kayak and this was perfect. I made a single knot so the cord wouldn't pull out after I drilled a hold through the bottom. The end of the paracord is attached to the kayak and the rest of the cord is wrapped around the reel. It is easy to hand reel the cord back in and store it when needed.
👤These are easy to use. YOu hold them in one hand and control the other. It's better to tilt it to let the string off during a cast. You have total control without gears. It's cheap and doesn't require a rod. It's easy to take the car. I don't get tangles. I would not fly fish with it. After some practice runs, kids do well with it. Everyone in the family can fish with my set.
👤This reel is not very good. The parts of the mold that were used to make it are not perfect. The result is many prominent seams and sharp bits of thin plastic flashing that seeped between the cracks during manufacture. It can be made functional with a piece of sandpaper and some work, as others have said, but it won't hold up if used as delivered, and it will tangle the line wound on it. It's not a 9-inch reel. It's a little more than 8.25. The line is wrapped around it in a diameter of 7.25" That is a reasonable size, but it is not 9.
👤I will not be using this for fishing. I pull the fish up from over 100 feet down. They have to be lowered to below 60 feet before they can swim. I have a release mechanism but it is difficult to remove the rig on my pole, attach the mechanism, hook the fish and lower it, and then replant my rig. The mechanism under my kayak's seat can be used to release one fish while lowering my line to catch a legal sized replacement. This is not flimsy. I could notch it to hold it. It functions just as I imagined it to.
The package includes a squiddies flip reel hand fishing reel, 165 feet of line, 1 hook, and a swivel clip. There is a pre-tied clip on the Tackle ready to fish in under a minute. The package is 16.764 cm long. The package width is 16.764 cm. The package is 5.88 cm high. The product is a fishing reel.
👤Picked up a pair of mono for my planer set up. I drilled a couple of holes in the sides for the snap swivels. You don't need to be exact because there is one side with a rubber band. I would rather have a snap on each end so that I can swap it for a larger one if I need it.
👤The reels were made in the USA. If you have large hands, 6” is a good size for these reels. I would like to see the label on the hand side of the reel, instead of the face where the line goes. The glue and label did not come off easily.
👤Does what it says! It worked great when it was caught with a couple of sunglasses. I will use it this summer. I love casting with it. Everyone loves these, I got a total of 4 of them to give my nephews.
👤Good quality. It's nice and small. It's small enough for my children's hands.
👤This was used for bait fishing. It was perfect.
👤I ordered a hand reel to use on my lure retriever. It's easier on the hands to untangle the line. The bungee tie was used to keep the line on.
👤I bring them on motorcycle trips if I want to take a break and find a little stream.
There is a pocket for accessories in the case. The powerEEL is powerful. The Omega Pro Spincast comes pre-spooled with a 10-pound fishing line. The reel has a soft-touch thumb button and an extra dual-ddle handle. SMOOTH RETRIEVAL: The reel has 7 bearings, a 19-inch retrieve rate, right/ left hand retrieve, and all-metal gears. LIABLE: The Omega Pro is a spincast that brings an elevated fishing experience. The smooth feel and reliability of the reel makes it ideal for fishing trips. This reel is ideal for heavy species such as bass, catfish, and striper. Omega Pro will set a new gold standard for angling achievement.
👤I ordered both of them after reading a review comparing the regular zo3 to this one. The pro model is lighter and cranks in faster, but I don't think it's as well built as the silver zo3. The pro model has gears in it. They are lightweight. The pro model has a 3.4:1 gear ratio. The regular zo3 won the tug of war. The pro model has extra marketing, a fancy box, and cheaper gears.
👤I prefer a closed reel. I have used more expensive reels before I found this one at Bass Pro. It is easy to use and very reliable. I share my rods with my kids. I don't want to bother the birds with the fish. I like the Cajun line better than the Trilene. I have had Bass Pro add 10 lbs Trilene to one of the extra spools that comes with the reel, but have not put it in yet. I fished them without any trouble after buying two of them. I use a bass pro rod. I've caught about a dozen bass and pickerel with this setup.
👤My wife tried using an open-faced spinning reel again after watching what was happening on our fishing trips. She appreciated the open-face's ease of casting and drag reliability. She's pretty well mastered her bike. I gave the rig to our neighbor because it was no longer needed. He likes it. Mom's happy, neighbor's happy. Everyone is happy! We jig fish for trout. My wife couldn't use an open-faced spinning reel. She liked the combo I bought for her. I settled on this reel for her because of all the research I had done. I was impressed with the packaging, instructions and extra handle. The reel was not as smooth as it could have been. I took the reels apart to make sure they were properly lubricated. There is a paragraph on the instruction sheet. There are points for oil and grease in the picture of the disassembled reel. They don't tell you how to get the back cover off. The front cover and spinnerhead have to be removed. The screws holding the back cover are visible. You're ready to lubricate the reel once the back cover is off. There were some blobs of grease on my reel. There were parts of the gears that were wet. I spread the grease around to make sure the gears were coated. I oiled the bearings and shafts with the Quantum Hot Sauce reel oil. It's expensive but it's amazing. The reel was much better after reassembly. The next step was to remove the horrible line from the reel. It feels like coiled copper wire. I replaced it with a bigger test for our type of fishing. Finding a proper casting rod was the next task. There are thousands of casting rods available, but not many made for light spincasting. I got a 6ft bass pro micro lite. This is a good combination. My wife can get great distance with a 1/16oz jig. She has gone from catching nothing to doing well. She's caught a total of 28 trout, including a 21in brown trout, on our last 3 trips to the lake. She really likes this reel. I'm giving her 5 stars. Me? Not much. I think this is the best spincast reel on the market, but they're all pretty poor. The ZO2pro is an improvement but still cheap. The fit of components is not perfect. The drag wheel isn't very well located and drag action isn't very reliable. If your drag setting is important, you should check it frequently. The "Level-Wind Oscillating Spool System" is not level winding. The line forms a mound in the center of the spool as it moves fore. I have to say that the reel casts well and the wife has had no problems with line handling inside the reel. The spare spool is a nice touch and the quick change spool is a great feature. The metal spool on the reel is nearly as large as the spare one, which is either carbon fiber or plastic. The extra handle is nice, but it's weird. The double handles curve out from the reel. The handle curves inward, which makes it hard for the thumb on my rod hand to grasp. The wife's hands are small and she doesn't have that problem. What is the bottom line after all this? This is the one to get if you need a spincast reel. Put a good quality line on it and lubricate it before you take it fishing. I think you will be happy with it.
The flip reel by Squiddies is a hand fishing revolution. The fishing reel is designed to be used by newcomers and experts alike. It's a great gift for kids, but also a great choice for advanced fishers who want to be fishing fast and without the hassle of packing tons of gear. Innovative design. The Cuban yoyo and hand fishing reel are now available in the 21st century. The reel has a comfortable grip and floats, it has a safe storage slot for the hook. The flip reel can be used for convenient storage. You can have a group of people fishing in a few minutes. Their reel is designed to be used right out of the box with a sturdy hook and sinker. To get started, flip the reel and tie a loop at the end of the line. bait the hook with the tackle. The hook can be dropped off on the side of a boat. To cast, wet the reel before each cast and point the reel in the direction of the cast. There are online videos. Practice makes perfect. Attach the hook to the safe storage slot when finished. The reel can be flipped for quick, safe and compact storage. The package includes a squiddies flip reel hand fishing reel, 165 feet of line, 1 hook, and a swivel clip. There is a pre-tied clip on the Tackle ready to fish in under a minute.
👤I took this product to a lake near high Sierra to try it out before I included it with my usual gear. Even though it looks like it could be done, casting any distance off the shore line was not going to happen straight off the reel. The silicone is too sticky to allow a smooth feeding of line. I stretched my arms out and put a pile of line at my feet before tossing my line in. I was able to get the line out a comparable distance to a normal rod because of the heavy weight used to cast. The trout liked my hooks and power bait that day. I believe this would work better in small streams and creeks where you can see the fish taking the bait and setting the hook because the weight is so heavy. The pack ability and size are close to none. The cover on my pack allows me to keep one setup ready to go, so I don't have to worry about the hooks. There is a I will have to update this review once I try in a creek or stream.
👤It has flaps to hold the line and rigging in place while it is packed away. The silicone rubber flaps catch the line. It is better when it is wet, but you need to keep getting it wet. It's frustrating to have to keep wet and have the gasket snap it back to you. If you want a good cast, you have to take all the line out and let it lay on the bank. It is easy to hold on to the large spool, which is better for winding back up than a hobo line. Maybe with a lighter rig than what it comes with, it can uncoil the reel. I have only used it in the medium setup.
👤The person who wrote the add for this thing is not a fisherman. It needs a lot of improvement as well. The flip band is on the other side. The line cutter works well, but is on the wrong side. The line is dragged bad by the grippy like silicone. You should cast out the other side with a harder plastic ring, but it is steep and there is a cutter in the way. The product video only shows a ten year old using it to drop a hand line three feet down beside the dock. The thing is convenient, but not for someone trying to catch fish. You could get them with a net. I bought this because it protects the line. It needs a lot of work to be ready for my backpack or survival bag. It won't say what line is on it. I'll replace that first before I hook it.
👤The concept is flawed. I love the design, quality materials, that it packs down small and the fold-over feature for storage, but every attempt to cast is met with the line and hook flinging back at me. The light texture of the bell doesn't seem to help, as the water beads right off the rubber/Silicone, and wetting the bell as outlined by the directions doesn't do any good. I've used yo-yo reels before without any problems. It's a great idea that needs refining. If you're just looking to drop the line over the side of a boat, bridge, or dock, this will work for you, but don't count on casting. I want to like it but can't recommend it as this point, so I'm hoping for a version 2.0 that fixes it.
It's perfect for camping, hiking, or any other survival kit. Made in the USA. The Trigger mechanism is very sensitive. The frame is made of galvanized steel. Pre-Spooled with 12 to 18' of Test nylon line. The tension of the spring.
👤The reviewers who haven't had a chance to use these yet, they look like they will work. Please don't review a fish till you have caught it. Quality control issues and some that don't have the best spring/reel action are some of the issues I have used these for. Maybe this can be solved by putting your own line on them. You can't beat the ability to catch fish when you are doing other things around camp, and these traps do that. We've had many dinners thanks to these and they are well worth the price. I wish there was a more expensive version. I buy a few more every year because these don't last very long.
👤These things work well but it is not easy to use. They are very easy to bait up and toss in the water, but it is difficult to set the 'trigger' to catch fish. A trout or hungry bass will hit hard enough to set the trap, but a catfish or a carp will tease the bait right off the hook. It is up to you to figure it out. I have had my bait stolen many times before figuring out how to set thetrigger correctly. These things work. I recommend this product, but take some time to figure them out.
👤This didn't have any instructions for use and didn't have any packaging. The description and picture offered in the ad were not what these were. These were thrown into an Amazon box without any instructions for use. This was disappointing. When the product showed a package with instructions on the Amazon ad, why should I have to do research on how they work? This is ridiculous. I'm very unhappy with the seller, if you don't provide what I thought I was getting, at least have the decency to include an instruction page. I don't know how to set them, so I can't review whether or not they work.
👤The reels work as they should. I've tested them a lot. They work as they should if they are taken in the field. I received them quickly and at a fair price. I am very happy. I like to go out on survival trips. I need to catch dinner while working on other things. Fantastic purchase!
👤I bought these fishing yoyos for my husband. He took them on a fishing trip with his dad and cousin. They liked them, but they had to be careful because it would be easy for the line to be tripped. I would recommend them.
👤After catching a fish, I threw them in my bag and found they were rusted. I should have hung them to dry before packing them away.
👤These work well. Imagine all the things you can do in a survival situation. These guys are fishing for you. Set snares, build your shelter, gather firewood. You can also fish the coast with them. Tie them off with a rope across the bay or cove. You're fishing open waters!
The product is a fishing reel. The Flat Trigger mechanism is very sensitive. The frame is made of galvanized steel. Pre-Spooled with 12 to 18' of Test nylon line. The tension of the spring.
👤The yoyo reels are great for fishing. I have caught many fish and turtles with these. I recommend tying a large knot at the end of the rope so that your fish doesn't get pulled out of the water overnight. Adding a steal leader with a hook makes it easier to detach the fish from the reel. One tip would be to use a steel leader to attach it to whatever you anchor it to, rather than using the little rope ties they provide. It makes for a simpler setting and gives you a better idea of what you're going to get with it.
👤I keep these in my bag as a survival tool. They seem to be made in the U.S., and will do the job of catching fish while leaving me time to do other things. There was no instructions included. The yo yo's didn't come with enough line to hang from tree limbs, so be sure to keep some bank line handy. Overall, happy with the purchase.
👤This product is for you. It's definitely not safe to packaged or sealed up. A mess! Instructions were used on the paper.
👤I tied one up on a tree limb next to where I was fishing and didn't expect to catch a fish, but I did and it was on the limb. I didn't catch anything this day, but the yoyo works well, turtles seem to set it off without hooking, so watch out for those.
👤I haven't seen these since I was a kid. I ran across them. I have caught a lot of fish with them.
👤It's so cool. It's a must for a get home bag. I put one in every family member's backpack.
👤The product is good. These were bought for a food acquisition. It works well. It is definitely worth the cost.
👤It is easy to apply to a fishing rod, just add a lead and a hook.
The pouch has a MOLLE attachment and two inside pockets. The Flat Trigger mechanism is very sensitive. The frame is made of galvanized steel. Pre-Spooled with 12 to 18' of Test nylon line. The tension of the spring.
👤I have only good things to say about this product. It has been tested many times by people who have caught more fish with them than I have time to. Some people complain that they are not strong enough in spring tension. There are some good videos on the web that show how to set the tension on mechanical fishermen in a few seconds. The only negative thing about this product is that some States in the USA do not allow their use in public fishing areas. If you're a first time user who wants to do a lot of fishing with these, you should check the laws in your area first, they are often obscure or hidden from plain review on regulatory websites. I had to dig to find out if they were legal. If you are a prepper and plan on using these only, don't give a hoot about the game warden in places where they are banned, it is still a good investment. A couple polluted fish isn't worth the fine.
👤I paid a premium for these yo-yos thinking I'd get the older style with wiretrigger. As an advertisement. Not so. I got the ones with a flat bar triggering because I saved a few dollars.
👤The yo-yo traps that I received were not wire-trigger ones. They're cheap and I don't mind having extras, but I ordered the wire ones because I wanted to compare them to the flat ones.
👤These are small traps that I love. They are easy to tune and can be set to be light or heavy.
👤I bought these to complement my survival gear. I like to be able to do other things without being tied down watching fishing gear because I can set them up to catch fish. If you place them in a good location, they will catch fish for you. They are verstail and can be used in a bad situation.
👤Great for camping or survival. Throw these in your bag to get started. If you are not jug fishing or have a boat, make sure you have a lot of fishing line. Thetrigger is more sensitive on these.
👤It was fun to work with. There are many options.
👤The little things work as advertised. They will last a long time with very little care. Fishing and trapping are very easy to do. Everyone should have a coulple of these.
A Cuban reel is also known as a Yo-Yo. The Trigger mechanism is very sensitive. The frame is made of galvanized steel. Pre-Spooled with 12 to 18' of Test nylon line. The tension of the spring.
👤I bought yos in March. The new springs were reviewed. I was impressed that they wouldn't rust. The older style spring version can get some rust on the springs, but it will last a lifetime. I decided to go with the best. The mechanical fisher has a spring. I ordered 30 for myself and 30 for my brother. They arrived quickly. I noticed that some of the yos were not recoiling. The instructions that came with them gave instructions on how to fix it. I followed the instructions. I felt the tension recoil as I pulled it out. The older style had a smooth play. I took them out to use. Some were pinched again and had to be adjusted to work properly. I only set out a few and they worked well, but some were pinched and needed to be fixed. This was annoying because I realized that all of the new yos will have to be adjusted at some point. They stayed wet for 3 days because it rained on them. Wow. They aren't water safe. The yos got a white stain on the spring that was not rust. The yo started acting up after it was a bit gummy. I am writing about the new springs. They may never rust, but they appear to have quality control issues. The main purpose of the yo is to set the hook and catch a fish. Depending on the type of fish you are targeting, it needs to be possible to do this with different depths and hook sets. The spring does a poor job. It sets the hook very hard if you want to pull out 5 ft of line. It's fine for catfish, but if you adjust it for crappie it won't pull the crappie all the way up before it stopps and you lose the fish. If you adjust it to pull it all the way to the top of the water it will rip the hook out. You don't have the ability to adjust for your fishing needs this spring. It fails at times and pinches. It is very frustrating. I paid for a quality product, but it wasn't what I got. The quality of the cheaper ones of years past is not what my brother said about the 30 I gave him. The hole that you put your line through to hand is small and limits what line you can use. I gave it one star for the speed it arrived and the instructions on how to fix it when it pinches. I gave it another star because I think the new flattrigger is more sensitive.
👤I bought these twice and set them out for 24 catfish. Anything larger than 1 lbs will be tired out fighting on the hook unless it can throw the hook. The spot without the end of the line is a set spot. The hole to the left is where you clip in the large barrel clip to attach the parachute cord. I set mine at a 6 foot length for catfish to extend the spring to its fullest and hand winding up until I have a 6 foot length, this increases the spring pull. White perch have less tension. Have used these to catch hundreds of fish.
The handles on the two models are different for a reason. The size 10 ReKon is mostly used for Kokanee, Walleye and Trout, so KastKing included a comfortable double paddle handle with EVA grips. The larger size 20 reel has a single Power Handle with a comfortable round knob that gives more leverage for larger fish and longer retrieves for Salmon, Steelhead, Lake Trout, Striped Bass, or other uses such as a catfish reel that require more fishing line. The Flat Trigger mechanism is very sensitive. The frame is made of galvanized steel. Pre-Spooled with 12 to 18' of Test nylon line. The tension of the spring.
👤There was no paperwork when mine arrived in a plastic bag. They are not the same as the picture. Different brand. I am not saying that is a bad thing, but it is odd. Instructions would have been nice. The action is smooth and they seem to be decent quality. They are not allowed to use in my state. I knew it was going in. They are going into my emergency gear box. It will not be possible to give a review based on actual use. Right now. Have to be prepared for an emergency. wink, wink I think I would buy again. It seems like a reasonable gamble. Thank you for reading.
👤It looks like it should work the same, but it doesn't look the same as the photo. It says Fisher company. I don't know if it's a fish with a s. It also says it's made in Missouri. I believe the original ones are made in Arkansas. The instructions did not come in the same packaging. I hope it's not a knock off that will not perform like the original one, but it does say it is made in USA.
👤Not much. Spring doesn't seem to be strong enough to catch a large fish. These things were very popular with the serious fishermen in Arkansas when I was a boy. If you got out on the lake early in the morning, you would find the trees full of fish. It's fascinating.
👤These are great for camping. Set the spring and bait your hook by tying it up to a branch. It has a success rate of 70% when using a treble hook and dough bait on the bottom and a success rate of 90% when using a baitholder, shad and bobber. We caught 5 fish without even fishing in the time it took to set up camp. These are great for anyone who wants to catch fish without having to wait in line. It's highly recommended for docks and shorelines.
👤It's pretty cool. I haven't tried to use them yet. They are in good working order. When they wind back up, don't pull too hard to set them off. Will catch a fish with a hook. Make time to play with them.
👤Can't wait to try them out!
👤I was skeptical, but I was able to get a bluegill with wax worms off the dock after testing these. This was on a private pond. The item is great for the bag. It's necessary to rig something like a wood stake or something to use off of land for the side of a canoe or dock.
👤I put these in my bag. It is a wonderful invention that allows you to fish while doing other things. Attach it to a tree and leave it. You can collect your fish when you come back later. Purchase several and you will have a better chance of having a fresh meal for the evening. I wish I had invented it.
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