The Tailer helps you bring a boated fish under control quickly & safely. On a fish to be released, it is more effective than a lip gaff & it minimizes injury to fish. It is also the ideal way to control fish while you measure them for legal size & it is a big help in lifting fish as heavy as 100 lbs. into the boat. The AFTCO® Tailer is 4 ft. long with an aluminum shaft anodized in gold. 2 soft, rugged black grips are molded from the same non-slip material found on fine rods.
Ready to go after big game? Alligator, shark & stingray. Anything that will put up a big fight and gives you a chase calls for the AMS Big Game Retriever. Includes AMS Big Game Retriever Pro, Model 611 with line, wave rest, two AMS bowfishing arrows, with Muzzy quick release points and AMS safety slide system installed. big Game compact float system and On the water with AMS Bowfishing DVD.
$109.99 - $129.99
Features special thick-walled, super strong, yet leigh weight E-glass handle construction, custom designed for extreme strength and rigidity. all of our fiberglass handles are rolled on proprietary mandrels using specific tapers developed by AFTCO, and are fitted in our factory with the same stainless steel hook in our popular Taper-Tip aluminum gaffs.
$84.00 - $154.00
The super-thick, closed-cell EVA foam back pad is engineered to maximize both comfort and leverage, so that when the belt is positioned relatively low across the thighs, the load is distributed evenly for maximum pull when fighting big fish stand-up style. Co-molded to the foam back pad is a heavy-duty, yet lightweight gold-anodized, stamped aluminum front plate. Super durable, it features posts at each side that accept unique Quick Clips, which "snap" the two piece belt straps (or optional drop straps) in place for quickly getting into or out of the belt. Also featured is a super strong, molded glass-filled nylon gimbal pocket that is engineered to quickly guide rod butts into an optimum fish fighting position. The gimbal pocket's stainless steel pin is adjustable. All fighting belts float.
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