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Old 02-11-2011, 18:46
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Default Projo Designs Nightgorger Forceps by Andy Frances

Projo Designs Nightgorger Forceps by Andy Frances


The new Projo designs night fishing forceps are a brilliant idea and they solve many of the problems experienced when catching fish at night.

The design combines an aluminium torch, disgorger and forceps. The torch has a variable beam and rubber O-ring seals that make it extremely water resistant. The torch also comes supplied with a spare bulb. The tip of the torch is coated with luminous paint so if you drop them at night, they still glow for 20 minutes. Projo also supply a neck strap that attaches to the bottom of the torch which makes carrying extremely convenient.


The product we were sent were the 6 inch curved nose forceps and as you can see from the photos on this page, are just as useful in daylight as they are at night. In fact, I used the forceps throughout the session unhooking fish very easily. The only negative comment I have is that the forceps would not stay in the locked position when hanging round my neck, this may have been bad luck though!


At 13.99 the Nightgorger is not bad value for money and I'll certainly continue to use them on all futur sessions both day and night. They're a brilliant idea and a great piece of design obviously designed by anglers for anglers.

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Projo Designs U.K 10 Bowles Way Dunstable Beds LU6 3LX

Tel: 01582 602510

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9 out of 10

Andy Frances October 2002
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