- Manage your shooting line
- Spear tip protection
- Works on flopper tips and slip tips
- Holds your slip tips in place
How do you store your shooting line during transport? Do you just roll it up? Twist it around the spear? The integrity of your shooting line is paramount for landing big fish. If it gets twisted, or damaged, you could loose your fish and your spear. The â€śMako Spearguns Shooting Line Manager with Tip Protectorsâ€ť is a great way to manage your shooting line. And, you can set the loops to match the wrapping points on your gun (line release and muzzle wrap) to avoid unwanted mono line memory.
What about your slip tips? Do they flop around and are you worried about putting holes in your gear while traveling? If you use slip tips, the â€śMako Spearguns Shooting Line Manager with Tip Protectorsâ€ť keeps your slip tip in place and provides additional safety during transport while managing your mono at the same time.
What about safety while traveling with your flopper spears? They also work great for standard flopper spears, managing the mono and protecting the tips while traveling.
Works on single wraps, double wraps and break-away rigging and in most cases, the loops can be positioned to match your line release and your muzzle wrap so you donâ€™t get unwanted memory in your mono shooting line.
This is a do it yourself kit (some assembly required) which includes 2 Mako Spearguns Spear Tip Protectors (with pre drilled holes on the top) and one 8 inch custom rubber band with a T latch to grab your mono loop as well as enough Dyneema to rig to your specific needs.
To assemble, simply measure the locations of your shooting line wrapping points. Then, create loops in the 2 pieces of Dyneema and attach them to the spear tip protectors so as to imitate the spacing of your wrapping points (line release and muzzle wrap point). Next, attach the T Latch rubber band to the loop on the front Dyneema loop.
Simply install the front and rear tip protectors on your spear (with attached Dyneema). Then feed the shooting line through the loops made in your dyneema. Then, pull on the rubber band and latch it onto the termination loop on your mono. You can match the wrapping points (line release and muzzle wrap point) by controlling the length of the Dyneema.
Choose between 6.5 to 7.0mm or 7.5 to 8.0mm shaft sizes.