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Strike Alert with Flash Indicator

   

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Fits Freshwater rods

  • $5.79

  • SKU: 1797167

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For Catfish and Saltwater Rods

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Fit the Strike Alert to your rod tip and relax! The Strike Alert with Flash Indicator will signal you when a fish takes your bait. Visible from 100 yards, simply place the Strike Alert 2" below your rod tip. The indicator will begin to flash green until a fish strikes your bait. At that point, the Strike Alert begins flashing red! Units turn off automatically when removed from the rod. A saltwater model fits all saltwater and catfish rods (that typically have larger diameter rod tips). The freshwater model fits all freshwater rods. Stay alert with Strike Alert!

  • Visible from 100 yards
  • Battery life: 1,000 hours
  • Automatically activates when a fish strikes
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GREAT PRODUCT FOR CATFISHING THE STRIKE ALERT IS A GREAT DESIGN. CAN SEE FOR ABOUT 100 YARDS. DOES NOT ACTIVATE TOO EASY. GREAT PRODUCT FOR TROLLING OR BANK FISHING.THE ONLY PROBLEM I SEE IS THE HOOKS FOR THE SALTWATER/CATFISH ONE ARE A LITTLE SMALL. October 16, 2012
Strike Alert Got the size for freshwater rods, and they were really to small to get on and off the rod. Package references "steady" green light when ready, but all of the four I got had pulsing green light, could not get any of them to show steady green. This is very annoying while fishing. Pulsing light turns red when you have a hit. December 18, 2012
Too Small Even for Tiny Rod Tips...Useless I purchased a couple of the freshwater versions and was excited about using them. However, that was short-lived. Upon receiving them, I went to put them on my small spinning rod and the rod would not fit into either of the clamps/molded clips on the indicator. I also tried it on my smallest rod, which is tiny and the device was still too small. I tried my best to even force it on but it seemed like I was about to break my rod tip. I put it in my hand and pressed it between my fore finger and thumb and the light did come on; therefore, I give it 1 star for that. However I must note that it did take quite a bit of force to achieve that. I am not sure how large the saltwater one is but all I know is that I can't see this device working on hardly any rod tips...as a matter of fact, I could see folks easily breaking their tips trying to get this thing on. Thus, I cannot recommend this item at all. It was totally useless for me as the clamps/clips to hold the light on the tip were sooooooooo small!!! March 11, 2013
Makes life easy Just snap it on and relax. I have used it in both day and night, works nicely. Red flashing light is a real attention getter. Makes all my fishing trips more relaxing. I can sit back and enjoy my beverage and know when to get up and grab the line. September 4, 2012
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No, it goes from flashing green once a second to flashing red about 10x a second. Very noticeable.
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No alarm, you have to watch and feel.
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No sound from this device
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Love the idea just worried it would start flashing red on a windy night without a fish biting.
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I fish with these an average of twice a week March through December, and I have zero problems with wind or waves. I'm often surprised waves don't fool the sensor, but they work. I only fish in light winds, worst I've used them in has been about a constant 10-12mph, and they worked fine.
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The ones I have take a fairly good strike to signal red. So I would guess it would have to be pretty windy to set them off.
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I would think it would take a fairly severe wind to activate. The ones I have, take a pretty good strike to set off, but I am fishing for larger species, so that is not a problem..
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There is a battery that can be replaced, but I've used mine for a little over a year and they are still doing fine. I have had a couple stop working, and switching a good battery did not help, but battery life seems pretty good.
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No you just got to add more batteries. :)
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Battery is VERY easy to access.
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You can unscrew the light and change the battery if need be.
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