The Pitbull Tackle Big Snap was designed to be a heavy-duty upgrade on a traditional rope or chain fish stringer. The Pitbull Tackle Big Snap operates just like an oversized Duolock Snap, hence the name "Big Snap". The Big Snap closes and opens with a "spring-loaded" design in the top right corner. The "spring-loaded" design is plenty strong enough to keep large fish on without fear of the snap opening, yet remains easy enough to open where any angler can do it. Another additional feature was the addition of the slip-resistant handle. This offers a convenient place to hold the Big Snap and carry your catch back to the car or up and down the shore. To top it off, the solid Stainless Steel design creates a tool with superb corrosion resistance, even in saltwater.
Designed for larger fish in mind, the initial concept was created for spear-fisherman who wanted a way to quickly and easily secure their catch while down underwater. Once the design had proven itself effective for spear fishermen, saltwater kayak fishermen soon found use for the oversized hoop stringer. Kayak anglers began to attach these stringers to the sides of their kayaks, allowing their catch to stay secured all together in one place within arms reach. Once the day was over, they simply carried away their catch safely and securely. The Pitbull Tackle Big Snap has found a niche with shore anglers up and down the coast as well. Many anglers use buckets or small coolers to carry their catch up and down the bank. While these products may work they oftentimes are large and cumbersome. Shore anglers know, compact and lightweight are essential aspects to a successful day. The Big Snap allows anglers to carry their catch up and down the shore with effortless ease. Whether you are a shore angler, a kayak fisherman, or a spear fisherman, the Pitbull Tackle Big Snap is a must-have for any angler.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov