Detail Images

  • Rising - Detail
  • Rising - Nippas - One Color
  • Rising - Detail -

Current Color

  • Rising - Nippas - One Color

Rising Nippas

$5.95

Free 2-Day shipping on orders over $50*

Select your style & size:

Select options
  • Select options
    • One Color, One Size
      $5.95
    4.5526

    26 Reviews

    Details

    Use the Rising Nippas and debarb your hook to help ensure an easy catch and release.
    • Anodized aluminum body with a non-glare finish for durability and longevity
    • Patented, push-button, locking-pin-mounted mechanism swivels for convenience
    • Durable rubber handles are easy to hold
    • Item #RIS0006

    Tech Specs

    Material
    stainless steel, rubber coating
    Length
    2.1 in
    Recommended Use
    fishing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    Nippas!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These things are great, and for a great price! a must have for any fly tyer out there, we all know how it is to to spend all that time tying flies just to have the eye hole plugged with glue, well these nippas have a pokey tool just for that! and the rubber grip is just a plus.

    Nippas!

    Nippas!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Rising makes excellent products and the Nippas are certainly no exception. Hard to really improve on nippers seeing as they are about the most basic thing out. Risings addition of the rubber grip is amazing, why no one ever thought of it before is beyond me.

    The rubber allows you to easily handle the tool without fumbling around a slipping while your hands are wet. The bright red color helps you easily locate them if you drop them in the weeds too.

    Matthew Pizza
    Expert Gearhead
    mpizza@backcountry.com
    801.73.5363

    Solid Pair, Solid Price

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have gone through like literally a dozen pairs of nippers since working in the fishing industry, they have broken off zingers, fallen off my waders, misplaced on the river bank, etc.

    I stumbled upon the rising nippas when I was working in Montana years ago and literally though they were perfect for the price. I have had like 12$ nippers the same size as this little guy that go dull in no time at all.

    These puppies cut and cut well. Not to mention, they come with a small grip cover over the nippers which really help in getting those fine cuts on 6 and 7x tippets. I lost that faithful pair of nippers once I left Montana but now I have found them again!

    Tiny... But Mighty!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    After fumbling around and replacing several more generic nippers since getting into fly fishing about 6 years ago, I found these lil guys and they are still cutting tippet like a boss 4 years later. The little hook eye clearer at the base has saved the day on sever less than proper tied flies that were blocked and I have since retired an older pair to be a dedicated staple of my tying bench for nipping wire.

    Get several pairs as you will want these lil guys on all your packs, waders, and jacket. For more serious nipping needs, check out Rising's 'Big Nippa'!

    Used many times

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Overall, I feel that these aren't worth the money. Have used other ones at this price point that work much better. I have a hard time cutting any tipper higher than 3x. I feel that you have to cut straight on with the tipper or leader to get a clean up. Shouldn't have to fuss that much!

    Yes!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Buying nippers is notoriously difficult. You can go cheap and risk getting nippers that cut like a spoon. Or you can go high end (Abel/Hatch) and spend $50+ on nippers that you know will cut...but then you just spend $50+ on nippers. OR, you can go middle of the road, which seems to yield extremely inconsistent results.
    I decided to go the cheap route with these Rising Nippas, and I struck gold. They actually cut!
    They're not going to match up to some high strength, tungsten carbide cutters, but they get the job done with 6x, and if you lose them...who cares?
    Definitely give them a shot!

    Great nippas

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Rising makes awesome gear. I've got these nippas for my lanyard, and the big nippas for my hip pack. The nippas are sharp, molded well, durable and the grip is great for friction when wet.

    I've had other more expensive nippas that eventually had the 2 blades not align, so I would spend time trying to find the place they did connect to make a clean cut. Or, I would end up trying to cut and because of the ubeven connection I would pull on the tag end of my knot. Not ideal. This is not an issue for these nippas.

    Pleased

      After many years of use I retired my old nippers. I bought this one as a replacement. The attraction was the wider grip. With the years aspects of fly fishing have grown more challenging: tying 24s on stream side in falling light and grasping the nippers to name a few. These nippers are easier to grip do what's asked if them. They also include the "needle" for clearing out fly eyelets. It does seem a little larger than my previous nippers and the smaller the fly you are using the more it becomes obvious.

      gets the job done

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      i would buy these again in a second.
      They do just as advertised and have cut my line with on press every single time. also works for getting excess glue out of the eyelets on hooks, I no longer need to use another fly for that.

      Keep it small/simple!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These nippers are the best. They are light, easy to hang anywhere, have awesome tacky grips, and the eye cleaner is a must have! I keep one pair in each Fly Fishing outfits; Steelhead, Trout, and Big Streamer kit.



      From now on I only order my Fly Gear from Backcountry. So glad they got into the Fly Scene!