The thumb casting button that really works!!
MADE IN NEW ZEALAND
Now you can cast heavier sinkers with confidence, with no chance of cutting fingers even when using super braids! Even increase your casting distance!
1. Simply attach to your rod as shown in diagram below using either electrical tape or
duck tape which has less stretch than pvc tape.
2. Hold your thumb down on the black button and place line over the round release
3. Open up the bail arm.
4. Now you are ready to cast.
5. Cast as you normally would and simply lift your thumb off the black button when you
feel it is right to do.
Lifting you thumb off the button will cause the button to flip downwards allowing the line
to release smoothly and painlessly!
You'll be surprised at how smooth and silent this thumb caster is and how quickly you learn how to use it...and painfree!!
FOR FIXED SPOOL REELS ONLY
ONLY AVAILABLE FOR RIGHT HANDED MODEL REELS!
POWERFUL, PRECISE, PAINLESS
BIONIC FINGER FOR FIXED SPOOL REELS
Designed and perfected by Breakaway Tackle
When used on spinning rods this casting aid has a slick, smooth surface and allows for a cleaner release for increased distance. Using your finger instead of a release aid hinders casting performance and distance, making the Cannon a must for tournament casting or serious fishermen. Just hold the lever until ready to cast then simply release the lever.
Tape Cannon verticaly above or behind the spool rim in a comfortable position allowing air space for the bale arm to rotate.
Depress the trigger allowing line from the spool to be passed over the stainless capstan. Lift the trigger with the index finger to trap the line. Disengage the bale You are now ready to cast as normal, just release the trigger instead of finger.
The additional power generated by the Cannon necessitates the use of heavy shock leaders for normal beachcasting, 60lb BS is minimum requirment. When casting in the vicinity of other anglers ensure your casting style will project your lead seawards in the event of line or tackle failure at any stage of your cast.