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    Default Best stringer on the market.

    Ive never been a fan of a stringer, but lately ive been in need of one. I just hated the fact that these stringers found at local stores would either rust out, or get damaged from the usual sling. Then its a mess trying to get the fish on and off the stringer itself. Sure, at $5 a stringer its not a big deal. But ive bought a stringer or 2, even 3 in a year. Until a friend of mine from back home told me about a game changer. I was lured in by my friend. At first, i thought, at $30 this better catch fish itself! But proceeded to buy the product.

    I messaged Jason, owner at stinky pants fishing, about my fishing habits and got recommended the hooker stringer. This stringer has a j hook which makes stringing your fish a breeze. Once the fish is on the line, he wont be able to come out. Once strung up, the hook can be hung on your seat bar, handle, or anywhere it is convenient to you. The wire is all stainless steel. At the end of the day, to remove the fish, just remove the float and all the fish will simply slide out.

    I spoke to Jason about having his product at the seminar on the 31st and was glad to be onboard.

    My question to you fellow anglers is, who is interested? If i order them for the seminar, i could do a better price than his retail. He has several different colors available, i chose green to match the kayak. Here are some pictures.

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    What seminar? I might take one in blue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silasvirus82 View Post
    What seminar? I might take one in blue.
    I made another thread. The pac paddlesports one
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    Oh yeah, that's a haul for me. I'll just order one online. I spotted these last year and just haven't pulled the trigger. I found a couple others that are basically identical, guys that wade use these a lot down south.
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    How does the float attach?
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    Did you get the 8' or 12'? Website recommends 8' for a kayak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reel-em-in View Post
    How does the float attach?
    Through the float, then he has a no-slip notch where the wire feeds through. Ill get a picture tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silasvirus82 View Post
    Did you get the 8' or 12'? Website recommends 8' for a kayak.
    I got the12, only because ive been bank fishing too. Id recommend the 12, and if you want shorter, just cut it
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    what's the material? reason for asking is i've had a snakehead on a full metal wire stringer, and manage to jump the latch in the fully closed position. as they have teeth, do you think they could cut through this stringer material???
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