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Trakker Sanctuary Retention Sling V2

Availability: Out of stock

Trakker Sanctuary Retention Sling V2
£44.99

*** Pre Order Only, Call 01785 850313 ***

The Sanctuary Retention Sling V2 has full Fast-drain mesh construction for optimum water flow and very accurate weighing.

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Trakker Sanctuary Retention Sling V2

The Sanctuary v2 Retention Slings are now available standard, XL and a whopping XXL for anyone lucky enough to have a chance of catching an 80lb+ carp.

These new improved slings feature more width between the bars and a squarer base allowing easier fish release, double reinforced carry handles for safe lifting, four floats ensuring ultra-buoyancy and a new meshed pocket to house its 5m retaining cord.

Features Include:
  • Full Fast-drain mesh construction for optimum water flow and very accurate weighing
  • Double-zipped opening securely houses the carp inside
  • Specifically designed to support the carp when weighing
  • Four floats ensures the sling is ultra buoyant
  • Reinforced dual weighing straps with fixed weighing loops
  • Double reinforced carry handles on each side of the sling for safe lifting
  • Meshed pocket houses a 5 metre retaining cord
  • Carp care guidelines to advise the safety and correct use of the sling
  • Supplied in nylon sleeve
Dimensions:
  • STANDARD L115cm x W30cm x D65cm
  • XL L130cm x W30cm x D70cm
  • XXL L165cm x W30cm x D75cm
Carp Care Guidelines:
  • Carp should only be retianed for a maximum of 30 minutes
  • If it is absolutely necessary to retain longer, use a carp sack
  • Retain for a minimal time in warmer months when oxygen is low
  • Dry your sling completely at home to prevent spread of disease
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