Overall: 4.6 / 5 based on 22 reviews
20 of 22 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Great Purchase -
By: luv2flyfish from Smithers, Canada
I attached this to my wading staff while fishing for steelhead in Canada. The river I fished had fast flowing water and the retractable tether worked very well. The wading staff was always by my waist rather than floating somewhere getting in my road. It made fishing much safer for me in the fast flowing water.
Great for what it is -
I have to use a walking stick when I fly fish and I was sick of never knowing what to do with it or leaving it on shore and loosing track of it. This is perfect for attaching walking stick to vest and keeping it there. The line is a good length and recoils easily and it stays attached to the walking stick without any problem. Broke after many trips and hard use and I had to replace it
Great for wading stick -
By: Nitro3346 from Grapevine, TX
This is a heavy duty zinger, and does a great job with a heavy wading stick.
Back Country Backpacking -
By: RedAdMan from Hungry Horse, MT
I used this to attach one of my trekking poles to my belt to act as a wading staff. It performed perfecting. The retractor has just the right amount of tension to keep it handy without creating so much pull that your arm gets tired during some long and often treacherous stream crossings.
wading staff keeper -
By: buddylove9 from charlottesville, va
I like it, keeps the staff close and out of the way, no cord to deal with, no line tangle. do wish it had a little longer rope, but over all, great/
Excellent accessory -
A neat and very functional staff keeper. The working parts and belt attachment are super. the plastic snap is mediocre and the threaded stud is a joke. there is no way that it will hold in a cork handle, otherwise it is a good value!
Good gear -
By: JChant from Steelhead alley, Ohio
Reliable and keeps staff nearby preventing tangles with my fly line.
Strong and Secure -
By: Otch from Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan
Top 10 Contributor
As I have grown older, I have found myself relying more and more on a wading staff. Once I engage the staff, it is a pain to refold it and unfold it continuously on the river, so I end up just letting it hang in the water. The problem is that it just ends up getting tangled in my legs or tripping me. So I tried this tether - I cut off the line on my wading staff about 4 inches from the handle, and then connected it to the connection on the tether. Then when I'm not using the staff, the tether draws it tight to my waist out of the way.
Great little item -
By: Scotty87 from Rutland.
This is a great little keeper. I liked the way you can either clip it or pin it as required. Works really well and keeps by old wading stick close to hand. Good feature is that you can easily remove your stick from the keeper by way of a simple clip, rather that having to remove the keeper.