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Gamakatsu’s Heavy-Duty Fishing Pliers

Made of stainless steel to ward off corrosion and rust, Gamakatsu’s heavy-duty pliers will become the tool you reach for whether you’re an avid salt or freshwater angler.

The Gamakatsu® Stainless Steel Pliers have precise crimping jaws to fit various sizes of sleeves. The precision split ring feature on the needle nose tool makes changing or replacing split rings easy and averts broken nails. The multi-tasking jaws on the pliers are able to cut braid, mono or fluorocarbon, and also feature a PTFE coating to aid against corrosion and rust. The handles feature a non-slip grip that helps you hold on during wet conditions. Included is a lanyard and sheath so the pliers are right where you need them, when you need them. The Gamakatsu pliers feature blue colored handles and are available in 6-inch and 7-inch lengths.

Gamakatsu Pliers 6″ Features:

  • Precise crimping jaws
  • Split Ring feature
  • Inside cutter cuts Braid, Mono, Fluorocarbon
  • Non-slip grip
  • Includes lanyard & sheath
  • Length: 6″
  • Stock#: P002

Gamakatsu Pliers 7″ Features:

  • Precise crimping jaws
  • Split Ring feature
  • Outside cutter cuts Braid, Mono, Fluorocarbon
  • Non-slip grip
  • Includes lanyard & sheath
  • Length: 7″
  • Stock#: P003

From humble beginnings as Japan’s smallest fishing hook manufacturer in 1955, Gamakatsu® Ltd has evolved to become the world’s preeminent hook manufacturer. Over the years, manufacturing upgrades and cutting-edge innovations have fueled Gamakatsu® USA’s rise as a top producer of fishing hooks, apparel, and fishing related items. 

When anglers purchase Gamakatsu® hooks, they are buying an original product made exclusively by Gamakatsu®. Gamakatsu® is continuously testing new materials and striving to improve their products, which already sets the standard for the rest of the industry.

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