Stringease Fastach Clip Swivel

Stringease Fastach Clip Swivel
Stringease Fastach Clip Swivel
Stringease is a small Canadian company that is well known amongst muskie anglers for providing high quality titanium and fluorocarbon leaders. The company has an expanding line of products that now includes various types of terminal tackle. One thing that sets some of Stringease's products apart from the competition is their Fastach Clip, which is available on its own, on various types of leaders and on the swivels that were tested for this review.


Small but solid, double rotating ball bearing with no clip. The lure or hook slides on instead of the open and close of a standard swivel.


Don?t let the smaller-then-normal size of these swivels fool you. They are very strong and easy to use. The smaller profile makes the fish concentrate on the lure you are using instead of looking at extra hardware.


These easy-to-use swivels are perfect for fishing in cold weather when changing a lure can sometime be a chore. These are a great tool for those who like to use different presentations throughout the day while only bringing one rod and a tackle box full of lures.You can spend more time casting instead of tying on or messing with stubborn swivels.


A great tool for anglers who like to frequently change lures while out on the water. Baits can be changed quickly, without the prying and bending of a standard swivel. I have seen anglers use needle-nosed pliers to open swivels while out fishing which weakens the metal over time. These swivels are easy to use and even an angler without finger nails can switch baits in seconds. The smaller profile was also appreciated and the fact that such a small swivel was so strong was impressive. I tried a variety of lures while testing this product and the swivels let the lures run true, spoons fluttered perfectly and I had no line twist as well.Product for review provided by manufacturer.

Product Specifications

ModelFastach Clip Swivel
Pound Test15 lbs
Number per Pack3

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