Berkley Line Stripper
15 in stock
Berkley Line Stripper Make stripping line easy no matter if its big surf reels carp reels or multipliers this makes life easy. Redesigned version of the classic line stripper which is as indispensable as the original but now easier to hold. The Tec stripper is 15% faster and has more torque for dealing with bigger reels. Will strip 145yds in a minute. Runs off 4 x AA batteries (not included) lanyard too.
Berkley Line Stripper Max
9 in stock
Berkley Line Stripper Max Next time your arms feel like lead from stripping line off your reels the night before a tournament, think about the easy way, the Berkley Line Stripper Max. Built with a hexagonal shank that is made to fit on any standard power drill, the Berkley Line Stripper Max easily and quickly removes large amounts of line all at once without having to peel by hand. It also features an integrated clutch that maintains the perfect amount of pressure to keep your reel from overrunning the spool. Complete with an easy release base for disposing of the used line, the Berkley Line Stripper Max is an arm and shoulder saving tool that every angler should have. Compatable with every battery powered hand held drill.
Berkley Mini Line Spooler
4 in stock
Berkley Mini Line Spooler What a brilliant little tool this is. This mini line spooler can grip to just about any rod and can hold a variety of different spool types including 4oz mainline spools. Simply fold the tool around your rod, put the spool on the screw and then put the screw through the tool and your ready to wind.
Breakaway Casting Cannon
3 in stock
Breakaway Casting Cannon For accuracy and distance the most important element of your cast is holding down the line until the power stroke is complete. Its not easy and can be very painful without some mechanical device. The most popular is the Breakaway Cannon an original concept of Mr Alfred Priestleys. The Cannon is mounted under the rod in line with the rings and as near to directly over the spool. Unfortunately there is a wide variety of reels and reel fittings and many vary as to how they are fitted. Attach the Cannon onto the rod with insulating tape until you are happy with its position. Always check that your clutch is tight before casting in areas where big fish are regularly caught winding your leader around the Cannon three times will allow you to cast with a light clutch fitting.