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Offshore Angler Fighting Belt - Rotating Gimbal

   

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Give your arms and back a break with this rugged fish fighting belt from Offshore Angler™. Our comfortable Fighting Belt features a rotating gimbal system which maximizes leverage and rod control giving anglers a big-time advantage once the fight begins. The fighting belt's molded plate is backed with 5/16'' foam padding. Designed to fit waists up to 46''.

  • Rotating gimbal system
  • Maximizes leverage and rod control
  • Molded plate with foam padding
Offshore Angler Fighting Belt - Rotating Gimbal 4.3 5 7 7
pain saver Reeled in several with and without this belt. This is a very viable solution and fits most rods. Really saved me from brusing my waistline from trips without it. Recommended for landing tough fighting fish under 100 lbs. September 30, 2012
decent fighting belt This is the first fighting belt I have ever had. Took a bit to get used to, but seems to work good. The only issue is the strap is too big, but works if your wearing extra clothes to take up the space. I am 6'3" and 210 lbs so I am not really small. Shipping was a bit slow as well. Ordered on Monday and got the item 11 days later, the last business day before the big fishing trip. All worked out well. Should save me some sore belly and thighs where I anchor my rod with those 20 lb northerns. June 19, 2013
works great (now) purchased this belt for fishig the gulf but found it doesnt fit a 32 in waist. after modifieing this i found the belt snap does not hold very well. I was going to return it but i liked the design so i purchased a wide regular pants belt and laced it through the belt slots and whamo it works great. easy on and off and secure. of course make sure the belt buckle is on either side and not the back. you can pad the back part of the belt if you prefer but for me it works fine June 10, 2013
OffShore Fighting Belt Good belt - well made - EXCEPT belt adjustable to size 46 AND OVER - even with the belt adjusted to its smallest length it will be too large unless you're at least a 42. November 22, 2008
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Large enough for any rod you would have with a gimball butt. Gimball refers to the very bottom of the rod where it locks into a fighting belt so the reel can't spin on you.
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