Fishing is a pretty relaxing pastime. You can just spend the day enjoying nature, waiting for the fish to bite. But I guess it can be frustrating if you never catch anything. In that case, it might be time to up your fishing game with this spring fishing rod holder. This unique fishing tool automatically pulls back when a fish bites. Is that cheating? Maybe. It's all good though. Sometimes you just need an edge.
Perfect for shore fishers with many rods out at the same time, or just lazy boat fishing lovers, the spring loaded rod holder will actually pull back whenever a fish is detected on the line. Using an innovative way of stringing the line through a hook on the device, it becomes a super sensitive way of detecting when a fish is on the line and will immediately pull back on the rod to set the line.
The spring loaded fishing rod holder has three different levels of sensitivity, so if one setting is too sensitive or not sensitive enough for the fish your trying to catch just adjust the setting on the device.
Normally when a fish bites, you have to be quick about pulling back on the rod, so you can hook that fish and bring it in. That moment can be the difference between a grand trout dinner or going hungry. This device does it for you, so if you have slow reflexes or maybe you have ten rods in the water at the same time, this thing will set the line for you. After that, all you have to do is just reel it in, and hopefully it will be a keeper.
This fisherman's friend is a light-weight stainless steel fishing rod holder that's easy to assemble and it can be detached and folded up when you're not using it. The spring rod holder is also corrosion and impact resistant so no worries about it getting wet or it sitting outside for a long time.
Processing time: 2-4 working days.
USA ~ 12 to 21 business days (tracking system available)
Rest of the world ~ 15 to 35 business days (tracking system available in some instances)
Holiday season ~ 30 - 60 business days - November to December months (tracking system available)
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