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About Trident Stainless Reef Hook, 50" Line & #2 Brass Clip

Drift Diving is one of the most relaxing and enjoyable dives you can ever make. There you are at Neutral Buoyancy Floating along your Breathing Rate is like you are sitting on the couch watching the reef go by on TV. Your breathing so slow you can make a tank of air last forever, yet if you decide to stop and look at something more closely, forget it. Now you're fighting the current to stay stationary and using air at an extraordinary rate.

Having a Drift Reef Hook can save the day. Place it into or under a "Non Living Rock "on the bottom [not Living Coral) and you can now easily stay in one spot without a struggle. Also can be used when on the surface to keep stationary when making safety stops or waiting for the boat to pick you up. Hook is made of Rust Resistant Stainless Steel for Strength and Durability. The 50" (127 cm) Line is Durable Nylon with a #2 Brass Clip with Spring Loaded Gate.

The Trident Stainless Reef Hook, 50" Line & #2 Brass Clip is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced among others.

Trident Stainless Reef Hook, 50" Line & #2 Brass Clip Features

  • Solid Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel Hook
  • Eyelet on Hook & Clip for Line Attachment
  • Drift Hook with Hooked End to Anchor
  • #2 Brass Spring Loaded Gate Clip
  • 50" (127 cm) Line
  • Great for Drift Diving
  • Keeps You Stationary when Diving in Current

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4.4

(based on 7 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

"rock" hook, not "reef" hook!

I used this in Cocos, for the days when the currents were wicked and I needed a hand or two free. I hope people will begin to call this thing what it is: a ROCK hook, NOT a "reef" hook - you should never jab foreign objects into a reef! (If the currents are too strong over a living reef, just drift it.) I also made great use of this thing as a jon-line in the current; it seemed to make everyone's ascent easier.

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5.0

light, high quality

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from Vancouver, BC, CA

Excellent reef hook; I used it in Komodo to hook into a small coral in a cleaning station for mantas, and got a 12 minute video in 40-knot currents without fear. Later used it in the Komodo dive site known as the "shotgun," which has even stronger currents, we hooked in, two others hooked to me, and we just extended our arms like we were flying. No worries, the hook stood its ground, and it's really light.

 
5.0

Good buy

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from Newark , DE, US

Only used it once but it worked well in strong current

 
4.0

Good Product and the price is great

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from Otsego, MN, US

This is a good product and the price is reasonable. I bought the item prior to diving in Palau 2015. The negative is that the line is too short. As a result, I cut the line off and replaced it with a longer one from a hardware store. I made the line seven feet long which made it's use much easier.

 
5.0

High Quality, Quickly Delivered

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Going to Palau and Yap, where currents make use of reef hock a good idea.

 
4.0

The tool for the task

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I wish I would have had this on a recent trip to the Galapagos Islands where the current was so swift and powerful we were holding on to the rocks with all the strength we could muster. Those who had reef hooks were able to better concentrate on the amazing migrations around us and have their cameras steadied by having both hands free. The line may be strong enough, but just doesn't feel as if it will hold up over the long term. Of course that is easily and inexpensively replaced with a quick trip to the corner hardware store.

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GREG B  gotta have for Palau. Also came in handy in Fiji. Wish I had one in PNG.
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