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I was recently sent a sample from Magnetic Marine Products. The Gear Grabbar is a device that consists of a series of magnets and attaches to the side of a water craft either by screwing the unit to the watercraft or by using the sticky tabs included with the Gear Grabber unit.

*This is a User Submitted Review the opinions expressed in this review are those of the reviewer and do not necessarily reflect the view of YakAngler.com

I liked the Gear Grabbar. Being a kayak angler, I have little room to store multiple of rods that could save time in switching lures. I also notice that I spend a lot of time during a lure switch by taking the lure off my line, putting it back in my tackle box, then getting the next lure. Often times, I like to use the same lures during any one outing.

I placed the Gear Grabbar on the runner next to me and when I took my lure off my line, simply attached it to the unit and put my next lure on. When I wanted to go back to the first lure, I had it out and sitting next to me within a short reach. I keep the Gear Grabber in my tackle box and take it out per outing, and feel that it would be a great asset in my ice shack. The Gear Grabbar is definitely a unique item, but I would say it is a must have in any stationary fishing situation.

To learn more about Gear Grabbar and see videos of the product visit their website http://www.magneticmarineproducts.com/

 


About the Author:  Anthony Larson owns Coulee Region Adventures, and online store and guide service located in La Crosse WI

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