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The German brand Climax is specialised in producing premium fishing lines and leaders. Without a doubt, these products will easily please the most demanding fly fishermen. Whether mono, fluorocarbon or steel: These lines are a reliable connection to your fish of a lifetime!
The one and only Climax Toothy Critter is an extremely smooth steel leader material for targeting pike, barracuda and other predators. It is made of ultra-fine steel strands, which makes it very soft and flexible. This allows your fly to move in a tempting way. Due to its coating, it can easily be welded. In addition, it is suitable for clamping sleeves and also for tying knots. Last but not least, it is stainless and therefore suitable for saltwater.
In short: The Climax Toothy Critter Leader Material can be used in many different ways in order to build the perfect predator leader!
- Innovative leader material for making predator leaders
- Made of ultra-fine steel strands with an additional coating
- Extremely abrasion-resistant and durable
- Ultra-smooth and flexible – allows your fly to move in a tempting way!
- Easy to tie knots
- Stainless and therefore suitable for saltwater
- Handy Click-Twist spool
- Content: 5 m
More information about pike leaders on adh-world:
„Have you ever had bloody experiences with pike teeth? These razor blades cut skin with ease and so they do with every normal tippet material. Besides getting angry about loosing flies, the real damage goes to the pike which might die with a big streamer blocking its mouth. At least that fact should motivate everyone to rig up suitable when fishing pike waters. But which leader setup is the right one?“
Over 60 years of experience in the development and production of braided and monofilament lines distinguish Climax from other brands. The German quality manufacturer has always convinced with excellent lines that play in the top class in terms of durability, real diameter and strength. Just like the lines, the leaders are also of the highest quality and are especially popular with predator anglers.