Berkley® 15’ Deluxe Cord Stringer
- Braided polypropylene construction for durability
- Stainless steel snapsare easy to release, yet hold securely
- Tapered needle for easystringing
- Tangle-free swivels reduce twisting
- Heavy duty stringersecurely holds catch
With Berkley®, everyday anglers will get it all; performance, value, andreliability to make fishing more enjoyable.
Berkley® 15’ Deluxe Cord Stringer
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MODEL # BADCS15$8.99View model specificationsView LargerColorWhitePackage Count1TechniqueMulti-SpeciesPackagingPlastic Clam / BlisterLength15.00
Berkley® 15’ Deluxe Cord Stringer is rated out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Michael Fry from Still have mine I have had this stringer for several years now. I would recommend this over all others.
Date published: 2017-05-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by CoastalRedHunter from Great Saltwater Culling Stringer. I bought this a couple of months ago and have used it multiple times wading in the saltwater, on the Texas gulf coast and it has held up fine. I did move the hooks to a diffrent stringer with a better pointed end, as that connection looked somewhat weak. My real interest was the Stainless Steel hooks. Once I used my Dremel to put a point on the ends of each hook, it has worked as expected.
Date published: 2016-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Optifish from Quiet and Dependable. I am very happy with the quality of this stringer. The length of the cord a lows me to fish on high banks, without going down to edge, and I can attach the last snap to a floating basket, so I can put pan fish in basket and bigger fish like walleye and northern on remaining snaps. I also like the quietness of the stringer with the nylon separators between the snaps. This also keeps string from tangling.
Date published: 2016-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dr Bubba from Quintessential Stringer Design /Function Why does an angle need a stringer; to keep the catch alive until cleaning and or put on ice. The Berkeley 15' Cord Stinger is the most versatile achieveing this need. The corrosion resistant stainless snaps slide through lip or gill plate easily, holding catch tight without fear of loss. The snap swivel attachment and spacing give multiple catch adequate room to stay vertical breathing naturally, enhancing ability to stay alive. The 15' long cord allows great flexibility in securing to kayak, canoe or bank. The cord is quite on side of kayak when afloat and is more comfortable than chain when carrying "heavy" catch to cooler. Through stupidity I lost my first cord stringer summer of 2017 and was distraught not finding available at that time. When recently finding on the Berkeley website I did not hesitate to ordering eight to share with buddies and a spare to compensate for another act of stupidity.
Date published: 2018-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by Walleyehunter86 from Great stringer Have purchased many different stringers through the years, but this is the best. Unlike metal and string that in my opinion limit the mobility of your catch on the stringer each hook slides up and down the rope allowing them to swim like normal rather than being upright. The strong is quality and strong along with the hooks.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jettson from Holds so many fish! We used this for our annual fishing trip where it's estimated combined catch of about 500 fish. Everyone in family uses these. They are strong, hold many fish, and are long enough to reach the water when you're fishing off high banks. Great item.
Date published: 2016-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by JoeJr from Awesome Stringer This is the only type of stringer I trust with the fish I catch. It works well on everything from panfish to large catfish. The only reason I had to buy a new one was to replace one that I lost. They last for years.
Date published: 2017-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by Crappie Bob from I had this exact stringer for several years and really apreciated the quality. I lost mine to a muskrat that robbed my fish and the attached stringer. I was very happy to see it available for purchase.
Date published: 2017-03-24