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The Bass Fishing Shark Tooth

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The Shark Tooth is a “one of a kind.” There are no other products out on the market that can accomplish what the Shark Tooth does. With the Shark Tooth’s simple, sleek, ergonomic design it is easy to use with no danger of cutting your fingers. Isn’t it amazing how useful such a simple tool can be?

Fly Fishing Xtreme is proud to announce that the Shark Tooth is now available for all bucket-mouth junkies with all the same benefits of the original Shark Tooth. The new Bass Series Shark Tooth is designed to eliminate clutter and loose line from your tackle bag or boat while giving you the ease of extracting the amount of leader material desired. No more fumbling around with birds nests or looking for clippers giving you more time to fish! Stop using rubber bands or tape and put a Shark Tooth on all your spools today!

SharkTooth-047--300x240Key Features:

  • Stainless steel blade, so no rust.
  • Cuts braided line up to 65lbs. with ease.
  • Reusable. Run out of line? No problem, transfer your Shark Tooth to a new spool.
  • Keep your line organized for easy use and quick changes to your setup.

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The Bass Series Shark Tooth comes in two color coded sizes; the orange colored band fits 1/4 lb. spools and the yellow colored band fits most common fluorocarbon leader spools. The Shark Tooth has been field tested for years by professional fisherman, guides and outfitters. The Shark tooth is made for fisherman by fisherman. So what are you waiting for?

Check out this quick video demonstration.

For more information about this product please visit http://www.flyfishingxtreme.com/bass_fishing_shark_tooth.php

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adam hayes

About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.

 

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