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Fishing Gear: Rapid Fishing Solutions Line Guide

Fishing Gear: Rapid Fishing Solutions Line Guide

Rapid Fishing Solutions Line Guide

Description and Application: Raise your hand if you’ve found yourself in the following scenario: You’re in the boat or garage and you’re excited to put a new rod and reel combo together. You’ve got the reel locked into the seat and now you’re ready to feed the line through the guides. You get the line through the first guide, the second and the third. Now, the guides are getting smaller and it’s getting tougher to see if you’re on the right path.

Aside from losing a big fish at the boat, threading line through rod guides can be one of the more maddening experiences for an angler.

Now, there’s a fix.


The Rapid Fishing Solutions Line Guide allows for headache-free line threading – there’s a model for tiny micro guides, standard guides and one for fly rods – by clipping to your line like a dropshot weight. At the opposite end of the Line Guide, which measures two inches in length, there’s a vinyl cap that provides a grip to use when pulling the line through the guides. If you happen to drop the Line Guide, it’s designed to stay put as opposed to watching your line recede back toward the reel. It's a time saver, a headache eraser and makes rigging up a new rod a breeze.


Staff Perspective: It’s not often such a small gizmo can be such a breakthrough addition to the array of tools and accessories kept in the boat or wherever you work on tackle, but the Line Guide is a handy little device that will turn a once frustrating endeavor into a mindless and easy chore. It is quite small – about the size of two toothpicks – so be sure to store it with your line or terminal tackle.

Cost:$7.99

Rapid Fishing Solutions Line Guide

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