Snapper

The Snapper is a new hook setting device that can be used with rods form 22” to 50” long. It will be bright orange in color and weigh about 1 pound. When collapsed down it is small enough to fit in just about anywhere.

We developed this product so fisherman can use just about any ice rod sold. It’s very easy to operate in the cold and its made out of HDPE plastic so it will be very durable as well.

Automatic Fisherman invites anglers to test out its newest product, The Snapper, a collapsible hook-setting device small enough to fit in a bucket or a bag and versatile enough to use with just about any ice rod on the market.

Be the envy of all your fishing buddies by being the first to have one in your arsenal. Get your hands on The Snapper for the 2017 ice fishing season by placing your order today. Production of The Snapper will begin in June, with delivery to your doorstep by mid-August or September.

For more information about the rod, check out our website, automaticfisherman.com. The Snapper retails for $34.99, and your pre-orders will help out with the mold cost associated with the product. The Snapper is made of a durable HDPE plastic and carries a 1 year warranty. Anglers who have tried prototypes of The Snapper find it very easy to operate and very effective in catching fish.

Once you test out The Snapper, you’re sure to find success. Share photos and videos of your catch by posting them to Facebook or sending us photos or videos of The Snapper in use. Anyone who uploads a video that gets over 2,000 views will be eligible for a $20 credit for merchandise available on our website. One of the purposes of this incentive is that we want to help our retailers sell the product during the season.

The Snapper can be used with 22- to 50-inch fiberglass rods, graphite rods and composite rods with very little effort. Here’s how it works.
Use The Snapper with rods of varying lengths by adjusting the black knob on the top of The Snapper. This allows you to fine tune the rod to the exact bend you want. The stabilizer also moves when the top black knob is loose. Just swing it open to the position you want, and then tighten the knob.

The small black knob at the top by the rod holder adjusts an aluminum plate that controls the angle of the aluminum rod holder tube. This allows you to get more or less hookset out of the fishing pole and adjusts for different rod lengths.

The black knob on the side allows you to move the rod holder from the stored position to the in-use position. When you have the rod holder in the position you want, just tighten the knob so it stays tight.
Take out the trigger system by grabbing the trigger shaft and standing up the spring steel so the trigger can be used.

You can also adjust the tension needed for the fish to release the fishing rod to set the hook. Simply take the tool that is included with The Snapper and bend the pin away from the reel so the fish can trip off the rod more easily. Bend it toward the reel to make it harder for the fish to trip off the fishing rod. The trigger pin can be adjusted to let you use larger baits, like 10-inch suckers and crappies for bigger fish.

A pin bobber is supplied with the Snapper. The bobber will significantly increase your hooking percentages, and we recommend you use it. When you use the bobber, you can let the fish have anywhere from 0 to 2 feet of pure slack line, so the fish can swim away from the hole with no resistance. This lets the fish feel more comfortable, and it may take the bait in its mouth faster and move away from the hole, giving you the best opportunity to have the hook in the fish’s mouth before the fishing rod sets the hook. We’ve found the bobber to be a very effective part of the system, and we think it should be used. The bobber is designed with pins in it to stop it from blowing around in windy conditions.

If catching more fish sounds enticing, it’s time to try out The Snapper, Automatic Fisherman’s latest innovation in hook-setting devices. Place your orders today, and Automatic Fisherman will make a few just for you.