Overall: 4.6 / 5 based on 16 reviews
14 of 16 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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.
No instructions -
By: babydoc from Hendersonville, NC
I did go online and received some help in how to attach this but even then it was difficult to understand. Instructions should be included and made easy to understand.
Good product -
I received this item as a gift. I have useed it quite often and liked it so much that I sent one to my brother.
Great idea -
By: STill from Endicott, NY
At last a way to stop your staff from getting wrapped around your feet. It stays out of the way but when you need it , its there
Staff support -
By: TennaSea from Tennessee
I think this will do the job nicely when I am wading. I have had problems in the past with my walking staff as I just tied it with a short rope. This little device should do the job well.
What I needed -
By: Vibrato from Newark, DE
I have been looking for this to help me walk and hike.
Not what I expected -
By: slackline from Texas
I thought it would be strong enough to hold an extended staff at the waste when not in use, but apparently it just takes the place of a cord to keep the staff from washing away if dropped.