Snips

Nineball

That's a keeper!
Jul 16, 2012
785
704
Port orchard
Name
Chris
Boat
Parker 2310 "GUANO LOCO"
I haven't done much searching but I think locally tested is better anyways.

I was out with Mark a couple of years ago and his crew used the snips for tending line.

When I was out with Patrick a couple months ago Daniel and I were tending gear when he asked "don't you have some of these yet?"

I'm talking about those mini scissors on a retractable lanyard.

Looks like prices start around $10

Is there an overwhelming best choice on these or are they all going to get the job done?
 

pastdue

I've posted enough I should edit this section
May 18, 2006
195
57
72
Mira Mesa
Name
Don Cale
Boat
18.5 Larsen cc Pastdue
I haven't done much searching but I think locally tested is better anyways.

I was out with Mark a couple of years ago and his crew used the snips for tending line.

When I was out with Patrick a couple months ago Daniel and I were tending gear when he asked "don't you have some of these yet?"

I'm talking about those mini scissors on a retractable lanyard.

Looks like prices start around $10

Is there an overwhelming best choice on these or are they all going to get the job done?
Salty water tackle has the propane line cutters
 
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wdlfbio

Once you go Cat, you never go back
Sep 15, 2008
9,386
9,127
Olympia, WA
Name
laurence
Boat
2021 Allied WildCat 30
Had two sets that rusted in a season. But at $9 each, they’re throwaways anyhow.
 

TonyG

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Nov 19, 2010
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2,557
Snohomish, WA
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Tony
Boat
NR Seahawk OS 26'; 20' Alumaweld Super Vee Sled
Had two sets that rusted in a season. But at $9 each, they’re throwaways anyhow.
Exactly. I keep them on my belt and in a cup holder just inside the cabin and they last a bit. WD40 helps. The ones on my river sled last long. But throwaway.
 
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Fog Ducker!

Misanthropical member
May 9, 2010
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North of Kali!
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Dave
Boat
4 and counting!
One of these days I will have to dig thru my tackle and find the 2 pair I have.

Or I can repeat history and just buy another pair.They do work nice!

Ducker!
 

Elkfins

Ungrateful Prick
Aug 8, 2008
4,359
3,449
Tacoma, WA
Name
Steve
Boat
"Cleanup Required" '99 Grady White 232 Gulfstream
Check out linecutterz.com
I picked one up at the sportsman show last year and love it.
 
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Nineball

That's a keeper!
Jul 16, 2012
785
704
Port orchard
Name
Chris
Boat
Parker 2310 "GUANO LOCO"
It won't let me upload the video. It just shows snips of 80lb braid one after the other
 
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Marlin Mike

pimpin aint cheap
Dec 11, 2007
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Snohomish, WA
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Mike
Boat
boat ho now gimme a call
I have the same ones as mark and the boys and love em quick snip and clean cut