Invented and Guide Tested
in New Zealand
New Zealand anglers fish in some of the most difficult conditions on the planet. What better place for design and testing a new strike indicator system that gives you more than one chance for a delicate presentation at the proper depth to hook a trophy trout. From tiny mountain stream to big rivers and lakes, more than 20 New Zealand professional guides tested this system with their customers in all types of weather and water and found it to be a winner. You will, too!
Easy to Make and Remove
This innovative and patented tool system will allow you to make and remove strike indicators from your line with ease. In less than 10 seconds, you can be fishing, and if conditions change, you can adjust (and even remove) the indicator within a couple seconds.
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Places the Nymph in Strike Zone
This innovative system lets you adjust your indicator so that your nymph is presented exactly in the Trout’s Strike Zone. You can also trim your indicator to different sizes to match conditions.
Doesn’t Spook Trout
Wool Indicator Casts Like A Dry Fly and Lands Gently.
Use the optimal color indicator for the conditions
- Bright Orange – when sighting is a challenge
- Black – when there’s a glare and the water surface turns silver/gray – amazing how well Black works in these conditions.
- Chartreuse – best when the background is dark or in low-light conditions
- White – looks like an air bubble
No Kinks. No Slip. No Kidding.
- There are no weaknesses or kinks as our system is 100% knotless.
- Indicator will not slip — even with a huge fish on the line, agressive casting or high wind conditions — yet is easily adjusted by the angler when desired.
- If the fish start rising, no problem — just takes a second to remove the indicator so you can strat dry fiy fishing immediately.
Land that Trophy of a lifetime!
Shows Even the Most Subtle Takes
“Hard” indicators don’t show these takes. New Zealand Wool Indicators are super sensative and detect the even the most subtle takes. Trout Spit Out An Artificial Nymph In a Micro Second
Experts say that 50% of all takes
are rejected by the trout, and the
angler never detected the strike!