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Fox Carp Black Label Snag Ears
Black Label Snag Ears £14.99

Black Label Snag Ears

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Article number: 38723
EAN: 5055350223048
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We recently heard someone say that the stainless look is 'so last year' and it's not hard to see why when you take a look at our incredibly sexy new Black Label range of bankware! So what exactly is Black Label we hear you ask? Black Label took 18 months of development and is a range of bankware that is constructed from chunky aluminium that has an anodised black coating. Not only does it look stunning but it has also been designed to be incredibly practical as well; with every single item designed to work together as a complete system. The chunky black-look; combined with no thumb screws and subtle logos that are stamped into the aluminium itself make this range a thing of beauty. However, as we said previously the range is about far more than just looking good, so please read on... Aside from looking the part these Snag Ears also have a very practical use in that they prevent your rod from coming off of your bite alarm when fishing 'locked up'. They have been designed to work with most bite alarms (especially our N and M series of Microns!) and have a rubber over mould on the top half to protect the blank of your rod when it comes into contact with it. Ears can be unscrewed to protect them in transit or when they are not needed Rubber over mould on top half Packaging made from 100% recycled cardboard

  • Sleek and stylish design
  • Retains your rod when fishing "locked up"
  • Compatible with most mainstream alarms
  • Ears can be unscrewed
  • Rubber over mould on top half
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