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Heavy-Duty Nylon Stringers

   

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15'

  • $3.49

  • SKU: 262483

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12'

  • $3.29

  • SKU: 262484

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9'

  • $2.49

  • SKU: 262485

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7'

  • $2.29

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Heavy-Duty Nylon Stringers are offered in a variety of lengths.

Heavy-Duty Nylon Stringers 4.5 5 12 12
15' Heavy Duty Stringer The 15" heavy duty is strong enough for large species without worrying about them breaking the stringer. They are quality made and for the price you can just discard them if they start to smell up your tackle storage. May 19, 2008
bass on a string-er these heavy nylon stringers will hold a load of bass without a hitch. a good way to keep your catch alive and be able to cull fish later. July 6, 2009
Great for the price I have had my stringer for about 8 years now.No problem at all. It does exactly what it is meant to do. March 12, 2008
Quality product... The only thing worse that losing your catch for a faulty stringer is drowning yourself for trying get your fish back. This one holds together. You won't lose your catch if you have it properly secured. The only other question is which size that you want. It's good to have a long and a short stringer on hand. Generally, i won't use the 15 footer unless I'm fishing from a dock or a high bank. Whenever I can get close to the water, the short stringer is preferred. I don't usually tie it to anything except my boot laces. That way, being in Florida, if an alligator comes for me, my catch will chase me up the bank, on the stringer, as I'm running away. February 7, 2015
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It is not nylon but poly, I would trust it to maybe 20#
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yes if its not too heavy.
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Depends on how big. 20 lbs go buy a nylon rope and attach a metal lead to it.
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only worn out tired catfish one with some fight left in him defintly no
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