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Snag Ears

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  1. -21% ATTs Crystal Snag Back (Backplate) ATTs Crystal Snag Back (Backplate)
    These Crystal ATTs Snag Backs have been manufactured for use with the new Crystal ATTsi alarms, and feature extended ears to help keep the rod safely in place when fishing locked up near to snags or with tight clutches when you’re fishing amongst thick weed.
  2. Century Neville Snag Ears can be used with most bite alarms. Steve Neville himself designed the Century Neville Snag Ears and they are perfect for snag fishing or whenever there is an angle between your rod tip and hookbait.
  3. -20% Fox Black Label Adjustable Hockey Stick Plate
    Adjustable stick allows you to set the tension you require from your bite indicator – simply screw your chosen cord, chain or quiver arm into place to lock the hockey stick in position
  4. Aside from looking the part these Snag Ears also have a very practical use in that they prevent your rod from coming off of your bite alarm when fishing
  5. The lightweight JAG Snag Ears are CNC machined and fit directly to Steve Neville alarm heads. JAG Snag Ears feature detachable ears which can be remov
  6. The lightweight JAG Snag Ears are CNC machined and fit directly to Steve Neville alarm heads.

    JAG Snag Ears feature detachable ears which can be removed from the body for easy storage when not in use. Alarm covers still fit with the JAG Snag Ears body attached to the alarm.

    Alarms can be fitted with either single or double JAG Snag Ears depending on your preference.

    Stainless Steel fixing screws supplied.
  7. Isotope Siren Snag Ears (Pair)
    Look smart and more easily place your rods back in the rest at night.
  8. Siren Snag Ears.
    Strong metal arms prevent rods being pulled from rests when snag fishing or locked up in weed, with arms individually removable to suit the security required for different swims.
  9. Soft Touch Siren Snag Ears (Pair)
    Siren Snag Ears with a soft touch black rubber coating.
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