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This loaded lanyard is great for people new to the sport of fly fishing or those that are looking to travel light with just the essentials. the lanyard comes loaded with 3 spools of tippet from 3x to 5x, a pair of hemostats, nippers, and floatant. There is even a handy fly patch at the bottom for extra fly storage or to let them dry in between uses. The neck strap is adjustable and has a handy clip to attach to clothing to keep it from moving around too much. Other than a fly rod and a couple flies this is everything needed to get right out and go fishing.
- Great for beginners
- Great for traveling light
- Easily accessible
- Not room for extra gadgets
- Can get tangled
The Orvis Loaded Lanyard is a simple alternative to the standard fishing vest and pack or can be used in combination with them. This lanyard comes loaded with everything that an angler needs to be successful while on the water, featuring a tippet bar and three spools of 30m SuperStron Plus tippet in 3x, 4x and 5x. It also includes Comfy Grip Forceps, Comfy Grip Nippers, Hyflote Gel and a floatant holder. The lanyard is built with a Molle style webbing which allows for customization when attaching fishing accessories. There is a fly patch at the bottom of the lanyard to store flies for quick access plus a docking station at the top of the lanyard to store forceps securely.
- Pre-Loaded – The lanyard is loaded with the essential fishing accessories. Great for the new angler looking to get everything in a light, easy to carry setup.
- Lightweight – The lanyard, even when fully loaded, is lighter than a fly pack or vest, resulting in less neck strain and back pain.
- Built-in Shirt Clip – A shirt clip located on the backside of the lanyard keeps it secured against the body when moving between fishing holes or bending over to release a fish.