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Angler's Accessories Mountain River Guide Lanyard

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Mountain River Guide Lanyard

If you've ever wondered how guides and pros change and adjust their setup so darn fast, it's because they're using the Anglers Accessories Guide Lanyard. This easy-to-wear, comfortable lanyard features a horizontal tippet spool holder, floatant caddy, two foam fly rolls, four accessory snaps, and a trout print chamois to keep your necessary tools easily on hand. The Guide's custom bead work gives an added touch, while it's padded neck and safety release ensures a cozy fit.
  • Item #AGR0001

Includes
horizontal tippet spool holder, accessory snaps, floatant caddy, foam fly rolls, chamois
Recommended Use
fly fishing

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>Rating: 5

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Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

So nerdy but at the top of the list of accessories to have. By having this around my neck I have everything I need at my fingertips for a day out wading or in the boat. I have any tippet I need, my forceps, nippers, floatant and a few other little things I like to use. I have dropped it the river off of a boat once and yes, it does float with a full load on.

>Rating: 5

Great Lanyard

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

It's comfortable, lightweight, and it works well. I recently went from using a vest to a lanyard (always had too much on me). I won't go back when trout fishing.

>Rating: 4

Not cool, but functional

This thing looks really stupid with the decorated beads. I feel like I'm on my way to the trading post where I'm going to barter with some beaver pelts. That being said, it works quite well - I don't like wearing a vest or bag while fishing and I can get my gink, nips, forceps, all my tippet and whatever else I need clipped into this guy. Haven't tried the fly chamois yet as I removed it.

$32 for a shoelace? I have made my own for pennies. If you are creative make your own too! Save some $