Sampo® Nylon Stringer

Item # WX2-65742

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Details & Specs

Bring home dinner on a Sampo® Nylon Stringer.

Catch your limit and bring 'em home with this lightweight, all-purpose Stringer with eight snaps.

Nylon construction will not rust or rot. Clips hold fish with secure locking action; next clip is locked near top of cord, ensuring you'll be ready for the next fish. 6' length.

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Customer Reviews

4 stars
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  1. 4 stars
    very good quality, but only eight clips. I was used to getting ten clips on others.
  2. 5 stars
    Very nice product, very solid and no way this thing will rust like the metal ones. Can't wait to try it out in Canada this spring.
  3. 4 stars
    I've had one of these stringers for over ten years. They are a great stringer and have never lost a fish on them yet. I ordered one for my buddy and my Dad.
  4. Just what I thought. It wont rust !!!!!! Will use it soon and see how it holds northerns. I like how you can use 1 clip at a time instead of the fish tangling up the whole stringer. A friend has one similar and he has used it for years. I hope to also.
  5. Exactly what I want for my granddaughter's first fishing gear.
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