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Old 06-14-2017, 10:21 AM   #21
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I use longline clips and they work really well. I attach them to the strap of my wade box with a carbiner. Very simple, very durable and very inexpensive.
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Old 06-14-2017, 10:39 AM   #22
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http://youtu.be/Ltxka052v3I -strong enough to pull a boat

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Perfect, thank you. That is what I needed to see.
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Old 06-14-2017, 10:49 AM   #23
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What I have now is just a nylon "pocket" that the metal end of the stringer stabs into.

It works fine in the bay, and when I don't have any fish or a bait bucket on it. But when I am fishing bait in the surf, it doesn't work. If my stuff gets caught in any wave action at all, it rips the stringer right out of that nylon holder. The Velcro tap on that little pocket is useless.

In the olden days, I had a metal thing on my belt that the stringer would go through and then you jammed it down. It worked great, and wave action wouldn't pull it free. You had to pull "up" on the stringer to get it loose to string a fish, which was easy to do one handed. I can't find these anywhere, looked at FTU yesterday - nothing.

This is about all I could find online. It looks like a longline clip, which I think will work but not sure it is a one handed operation.



Any other ideas? This shouldn't be so complicated!
That's what I use and it works perfectly. I hang one from my lanyard. The only concern I have is shark season in West Matagorda. I tend to not use it then or in the surf.
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Old 06-14-2017, 02:27 PM   #24
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That's what I use and it works perfectly. I hang one from my lanyard. The only concern I have is shark season in West Matagorda. I tend to not use it then or in the surf.
If you are worried about sharks, check out the first video I posted. Super easy to detach under load, takes one hand.
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Old 06-14-2017, 04:58 PM   #26
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Have I got a deal for you. I to have had problems with my stringer getting pulled off in rough surf, with and without a bait bucket attached, but my biggest problem is sharks. It never fails, every time I get 25 or 30 huge trout on my stringer a big shark comes along and takes stringer and all. But those day's are long gone, thanks to the Trout Trouser's.
That's right folks, my new invention will change the way you wade fish forever. The patented Trout Trouser's have built in mesh pouches built into the sides of the legs to store your catch, eliminating the need for a stringer.
But that's not all, Trout Trouser's also come with a built-in erect-able bait cage on the front that will hold 2 quarts of shrimp, 6 dozen croaker, or 3 dozen crabs. And best of all, you will never have sharks steal your catch again.
Call now, because supply's are limited.

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Johnny... I wanted to "Call Now" to possibly order one, but no phone #!
Can I order one with an extra large bait pouch in front? Would these be suitable to wear into a Bar, Tavern, or Saloon?
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Old 06-14-2017, 07:00 PM   #27
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Do you sell the holder seperate or only together with stringer
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Simple and effective. Needle down one spot for light hold or up and down in both for strong hold.
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Do you sell the holder seperate or only together with stringer
We don't advertise the holder by itself, but if you shoot us a message we can work something out. Either Call, text, DM, Facebook, or through the portal on our sight (basically anything short of smoke signals).
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The old Normark stringer holder is stamped out of a stainless plate. Walkin' Jack gave me his old one. I'll get a picture of it. It's absolutely the best one-handed stringer holder ever. IMO

The pic is upside down. I use a nylon pistol holster for my Boga.
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