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8' Tournament Stringers
 

Our 8' Tournament stringer is a smaller version of our original 12' stringer with a smaller float. This stringer is designed for someone looking to put that 1 or 2 special fish on. It is also a great option for kayakers as this will not tangle in most rudders and drafts behind the kayaks better. The smaller float will still stay connected like our original stringer but is less noticeable if you're worried about potlickers, and pulls easier in the kayak when you string a fish. This is a must have for the serious tournament angler.

These are the toughest stringers on the market!

If you are tired of messing with the run of the mill rope stringers and want a premium stringer, it is finally here. Stinky Pants Fishing Stringers (patent pending) are state of the art and made with the highest quality craftsmanship. Each stringer is handmade in the USA using first rate materials designed for the toughest conditions. We improved the orginal Stinky Stringer with a new 920 lb. work load, a thicker coating, and stainless steel wire. The stainless comes in both vinyl and the (H-D) heavy duty nylon coated. The H-D model is designed with guides in mind that torture their stringer. The stringers will not knot, fray, ravel or get stuck on teeth or hooks like other stringers. Each 12' stringer comes with a top grade float that connects directly to the wire, which means no pieces to drop or lose. Taking the fish off the stringer at the end of a long day is slicker than Trout slime. Simply release the stringer from the removable float and drop your days catch in the cooler. There is nothing on the market quicker or easier. Check out some of our helpful tips for using the stringer.

Stringers: "Who would think that they make a difference? They do, especially as far as time savings and extreme frustration go. Some of the standard off the wall stringers are so limp and wimpy that it takes twenty minutes to untangle the resulting mess back at the boat. Find a stiff, thick gauge stringer with a sharp, well attached spike on the end, and your day will be much less complicated."

- Mike McBride, Texas Saltwater Fishing Magazine, March 2007

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