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Boomerang Tool "SNIP"

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Boomerang Tool "SNIP"

Make & Model

Brand:
Boomerang Tool
Model:
SNIP
MSRP ($):
12.99

How do you improve something as simple as a pair of scissors on line clippers? Well Boomerang Tool Company just did that with their new "SNIP". The Original Boomerang Fishing SNIP is a revolutionary fishing line cutter that allows you to spend more time fishing and less time worrying about dropping or losing your gear in the water, or fishing around your tackle box for the tool you need.

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Good Snips

I really like these cutters. I have 2 of them and have used them often in my kayak this season. They are always near me and I don't have to search for my snips or use my teeth anymore. Mono/Flouro is no problem but I have noticed they don't cut braid as good as they used to. They still cut it but sometimes it takes 2 snips.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Retractable, Sharp, Safety Option, Size, Budget Minded
Cons:
Durability
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Boomerang Snip

The Good

The Snip is made to be a one handed way to cut braid, mono, fluoro and other line types. It absolutely does that. The biggest challenge to cut is braid and it slices through it. I could tie a knot, hold the bait and snip the tag end as closely as I wanted. The blades can also lock in place and with a retractable tag end is available on your belt or PFD.

The price is also great. Available with and without an LED light the Snip ranges in price from $10 to $19. The cutting blades on the snip are very close together which allows for precision cuts with little effort. Additionally, the design is safer to carry on your person than a pair of scissors and will cut better.



Needs Improvement


After lots of testing I finally found the weakness in the Snips. There were no issues with mono and fluoro line but after quite a bit of cutting, the precision on small pound test braid started to lessen. 20 pound braid still cut pretty well but the 10 pound braid took a couple of tries.

Do I still use the Snips? You bet.I don't throw a ton of 10 pound braid so the minor detail isn't a hassle. For the price point, these are worth a look.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
  • Offshore
Used:
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
price, easy to use
Cons:
could be a little sharper
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