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Gear Grabbar

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Gear grabbar is a brand new fishing boat accessory, an organization station for your fishing lures and fishing tools. This innovative lure holder suspends your lures by using powerful magnets that are strategically placed to maximize utility and provide a strong lure holding platform. The magnetic lure attachment is both automatic and effortless, while providing a safe single lure release to prevent a hook injury.

Gear grabbar takes fishing lure organization and convenience to an entirely new level by offering you the ultimate in versatility and safety for your fishing lures and tools. Go ahead, pile it on… jig heads, topwater, spinnerbaits, crankbaits, worm hooks, spoons, pliers, scissors, hook sharpener, knife, line snips… not only is it SECURE, it is SAFE. So whether you're fishing for pike, bass, walleye or panfish, Gear grabbar is the perfect addition for every boat - from a 10 ft. jon boat to a 20ft. Lund to a charter or fleet fishing boat.... or anything in-between.

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Gear Grabbar Mounting Options
Gear Grabbar unit will come standard with the magnetic attachment. Other attachment options are available and detailed instructions for installation are as follows:

Magnetic Attachment
Locate flat smooth surface for attachment, ensure area is clean and free of dust and dirt.
Locate red tabs on back side of Gear Grabbar.
Separate red tab from double sided tape.
Press Gear Grabbar unit onto desired smooth flat surface.
Remove Gear Grabbar unit and push on magnets with solid pressure to ensure good tape adhesion.

Double-Sided Sticky Tape
For permanent attachment, follow mounting instructions #1.
Remove Gear Grabbar unit from magnetic mount.  Attach large tape dots at both ends.
Remove red film from tape dots.
Reattach Gear Grabbar to magnetic mount.  Firmly press at both ends to ensure permanent adhesion.

Screw Option
Use two flat head screws

To find out more about this product please visit:  http://www.magneticmarineproducts.com/ 

Last modified on Friday, 20 August 2010 11:01
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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