Guest Blog by: Joshua Christensen 3/20/2012
Hey there fishy folks, I wanted to share an item with you that I think should be the standard in fishing line accessories. The company named Boomerang Tool Company makes some serious tools for the serious angler that wants quality for every dime they spend. I am one of those guys that will spend extra money on something that will last the test of time and the abuse of fishing combat.
I came across Boomerang about a year ago when I first learned about them during the 2011 ICAST Show. And had the chance to buy one at the Long Beach Fred Hall Show a couple weeks ago. Their product is named after the boomerang affect their tools have after use, they have built in retractible lanyards. Their SNIP is the greatest line cutter that I have had the chance to use. They can cut through 60 pound braid like butter without dulling. Simply the most reliable and best product to purchase to cut your line. Boomerang also makes pliers, and a knife for fishing as well as a SNIP with an LED on it.
At $11.95 for the LED less SNIP it is a great price. Boomerang also makes products for golf, contractors, and other outdoor activities. So check them out, I am not getting profiting from writing this, just thought that I would share a great product from a respectable company.
Joshua "Kayak" Christensen
Joshua Christensen has been fishing since the age of three, always honing his skills towards bass fishing in both fresh and salt water. His passion for the sport of fishing is only surpassed by his passion for doing it by sit on top kayak. In addition to the work he does with Fish Explorer, Joshua is also the host of Beast Mode Outdoors on You Tube.
Flyrodn, CO 3/20/2012 10:20:00 AM
The link for the company is http://www.boomerangtool.com/
Lloyd Tackitt, TX 3/21/2012 5:41:44 AM
Great tip - Thanks!
Bassnfly, CA 3/21/2012 6:41:08 AM
I've bought many, many tools and each year I have to get a new set of snippers and a retractable line. These look great and I ordered a pair just to see if they last me longer than a year.
BassingFool, TX 3/22/2012 5:54:41 PM
Cool stuff, thanks!
love2flyfish, CO 4/2/2012 10:08:56 AM
Thanks for the recomendation!!
Joshua Christensen (BeastModeVet), CA 4/2/2012 12:57:15 PM
Guys if they don't last at least a year, tell the company because you got an off pair. These are the best i have used ever.
hawghawler, FL 4/5/2012 5:43:26 PM
Works great, my brother in law got one at Bass Pro Shops.