Spinning Reel fishing harness ???

Discussion in 'Fish Species and Techniques' started by fisher1, Mar 24, 2018.

  1. fisher1

    fisher1 Active Member

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    Can anyone recommend for my wife a spinning reel strap that I can connect to some type of harness. My wife says her arms tire when fighting bigger fish and could use some help during this time. Perhaps a shoulder harness ?

    Thanks, Gerry
     
  2. day0ne

    day0ne Senior Member

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    Google "spinning reel harness" and click "images for spinning reel harness". This will lead to a whole bunch of ideas. Aftco and others makes a strap, Reel Colors makes a clamp on ring, etc. These all use a standard harness. My personal favorite is the one using a stainless shackle.
     

  3. scubaarchery

    scubaarchery Senior Member

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    I use a black magic harness and I believe they make a strap.
     
  4. Kim

    Kim Senior Member Supporting Member

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    I use both both the Reel Colors rod rings and the aftco strap, I like the rod rings better and they work great with the Maxforce shoulder harness and your favorite gut bucket. Depending on what reel you have if you don't ant marks on the reel foot a layer or two of adhesive tape helps.

    http://www.reelcolors.com/Rod-Rings.html

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    Last edited: Mar 24, 2018
  5. ReelMe

    ReelMe Super Member

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    Braid makes one like the aftco above. I think they are easy to find, at least they used to be.
     
  6. CDB

    CDB Member

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    DONT USE THE AFTCO! I had one and it parted the first time I used it. The stitching failed and I almost lost my Saltiga/Black Hole combo over the rail. I think they redesigned it since then, but I still don't trust them.
     
  7. bnz

    bnz Just a guy who likes to fish

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    Here’s the braid strap attached to a black magic belt. Not sure how good they are but the bluefin went 88” and around 370 lbs. Fight was much easier, if you want to call it that, with the strap. :)
     

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