Made in USA. 14” length. The barbed feature on this paralyzer gives extra assurance for landing smaller critters whose flesh may not be dense enough to activate the spring action. Lionfish, He'e, and Sculpin, for instance, can be relatively small, sometimes only enough to fit two tines into.
Designed with tines that are mounted in a parallel position, maximizing spring force when they puncture a fish (unlike other paralyzers on the market designed with tines already angled out).
Most Spearos spread tines out by hand to a nickel or quarter diameter to help the spring action (the mechanism behind a paralyzer that successfully lands fish) start upon penetration of a fish.
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