Greys Prowla Safe System Pop-Up Boom This terrific new Safe System Pop-Up Boom can be used with any standard float rig to aid presentation and prevent tangles or wrap-arounds, especially in deep water. When used as a straight ledger boom it is perfect for presenting baits rigged with Prowlas Dead Bait Pop-Up Floats or Pop-Up Pears. The length and weight balance of the boom-arm keeps your main line firmly on the bottom making bite-offs virtually impossible. Prowla Safe System Pop-Up Booms are available in weight sizes from 20 to 40g, to balance perfectly with Prowla floats. They are fastened on to 150lb Safe System mono with super strong double barrelled crimps. To use, tie your main line to the swivel on the Prowla Safe System Boom, and attach your Prowla hook trace to the T Snap. Don not forget to thread your float onto your main line first if you are fishing a float rig! If you are fishing a straight ledger always remember to tighten up after casting so your alarm will register any drop-back takes.
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