Overall: 4.8 / 5 based on 12 reviews
12 of 12 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Great purchase -
By: Roneal3 from Townsend, TN
This product helps me tremendously in the great smoky mountains. Being able to change depths quickly in pocket water is essential. Great product and it doesn't slide on the leader while you cast. Fantastic.
works great -
By: freewill from San Juan River, N.M.
I'm very fortunate to have the San Juan river as my home waters. So that's where I test a lot of new product. And this New Zealand wool is amazing because it detects the softest strike from picky San Juan river trout. Awesome I love it and won't go back to anything else.
Best Indicator Bar None -
By: Sluggo from Avid Flyfisherman, Sedona, Arizona
I've used em all! Palsa, Thingabobbers, etc. The New Zealand Strike Indicator is the bomb. The yarn floats high and lands very delicately with out any disturbance to the water, which is so important for presentation to spooky fish. What I like the most, is if the yarn gets water logged, a quick blow on it and its good to go. You can add your favorite floatant to it if you so desire. I found you only need a little yarn to pull it up through the tubing, as to much will not allow you to pull it through with out damaging the tubing or stretching and weakening your leader. Adjustment is so fast, and no more having to un do those sticky indicators that leave residue on the leader. Very fast and effective.
About time -
By: Dryfly69 from North Carolina
It's about time they created an indicator that stays at the deepth you set.
Looks like a "keeper"! -
By: Canadianeagle from Worcester, MA
I bought this item and have tied up several indicators easily and they will definitely work well trout fishing: easy to use; tool hangs well on my vest; my hopes are high! I'll add a 5trh star after fishing it!
Unique indicator -
By: Hise1 from Wash. State
I love the ease of moving this indicator to adjust to the depth need. Especially with cold fingers. I think the design is awesome. So unique and unusual. Great tool for nymphing.
The Kiwi's have it dailed! -
By: Jaybar from PDX, OR
This indicator setup is the raddest system I've fished. Thingamabobbers, Palsa tabs, foam, and even other wool and adjustable slip knots are no match for these.
New Zealand Strike Indicator -
By: Fishinphysician from Northern California
Another twist on yarn type indicators. Novel way of securing the yarn. will see if this works better/more convenient than the ortho rubber band trick.
Finesse Indicator -
By: Pills09 from Franklin, Tn.
In Tennessee, as with everywhere, there are situations where using very small midges is a must to have a productive trip. Using wool as your indicator is a must for minimal disturbance of the water and maximum effectiveness in presenting your bait in the most natural manner possible.