If so, you need to separate yourself from the pack of has-beens and also-rans and swivel yourself into the winner’s circle.
Most anglers pay close attention to their lures, lines, rods and reels, but savvy anglers of all stripes know that superior terminal tackle is the difference between trophy catches and bouts of frustration. If you want to be sure that you won’t lose the fish of a lifetime, you need to run—don’t walk—to your nearest tackle shop and get the missing link: SPRO’s Heavy Swivels. They’re the ultimate means for keeping fish connected, which is the name of the game. These products of Japan are made of high-quality, anti-corrosive brass, which means that they stay solid and attached in situations where the competition might fail. They provide premium service at an affordable price.
While we understand that one of their primary purposes is to prevent line twists, which is the bane of anglers everywhere, that’s not their only application. We’ve tested them on monster saltwater game fish, but the incredible strength – from 150 lbs. to an amazing 1,030 lbs. – can come in handy in the jungles of the Amazon, when chasing freshwater monsters, or any time you’re joining two lines. They’re small enough to serve in a wind-on application in many circumstances and won’t impede your casting or your retrieves. If you’re looking for swivels that don’t fail, you don’t need to look any further.
Heavy Swivel Features:
Small and strong swivels
Great wind on swivel in smaller sizes
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