View Full Version : Hunter handlines now available to NB members.

14-05-2011, 11:09 AM
Heres the opportunity for NB members to grab these before theyre officially released on the Hunter catapults site!


The Hunter handline comes with line and hooks ready to go and is ideal for bushcrafter,survivalist and freeman alike.

The hunter handline is easy to use and we have had many great results in fresh and salt water.being small compact and ready in an instant the hunter handline fits into the pocket or daysack and can be deployed very quickly,a unique feature of the Hunter Handline is that unlike many handlines on the market the spare tackle doesn't rattle about and the compartment doesn't have a lid to come lose and deposit the spare hooks in your pocket,after years of research and development we settled on using a magnet in the storage area which keeps all the spares where you want them,in the handline and not in your pocket.

Another key feature is the fool proof hook keeper for when not in use,the hook is simply places pointy end first into the holes all around the rim and the tension of the line keeps it in place and ensuring the hook point wont snag in your pocket.

Made with seasoned british hardwoods the hunter handline will last for many seasons and put more than a few meals on the table.


heres the video of the hunter handline in action:


and here (click on pic):

http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m92/fishfish_01/fish/th_M4H01533.jpg (http://s102.photobucket.com/albums/m92/fishfish_01/fish/?action=view&current=M4H01533.mp4)

and yours for just 15.00 incl P&P by sign for post.

overseas customers please pm me for details of postage costs.

Aaron Rushton
14-05-2011, 12:59 PM
those are really effective by the look of them! makes me feel silly going out on the river with all my fly fishing gear dangling off my waistcoat :happy-clapping:

14-05-2011, 02:39 PM
i still like to flyfish,just some times it isnt practicle.

22-07-2012, 03:31 PM
You still selling these? I ask as the hunter catapults site appears to be down.

22-07-2012, 07:15 PM
I'm afraid that Fish hasn't been around these parts since May.