Holographic Fish Flasher Tape

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Item Description

MAKO Spearguns Holographic Fish Flasher Tape

Holographic Tape is a must have tool for all successful blue water hunters. This highly reflective material is the same material used to make fishing lures and works great for spearfishermen to bring in the big ones for a closer shot.

Perfect for the Do It Yourself guys, the MAKO Spearguns, highly reflective holographic fish flasher tape is available in 6 inch strips and comes in 3 colors - red, neon green and silver.

Attach this highly reflective flasher tape to your speargun or fins or make your own fish flashers to bring in the big ones.

Dimensions: 6” x 2.0” wide

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  • 5

    Posted by jesse ammons on Feb 8th 2021

  • 5

    Posted by Kate on Jun 8th 2020

  • 5
    why not? helps and its cheap !

    Posted by matt davies on Jan 29th 2019

  • 4

    Posted by Javad Ghanbarpoor on Jun 25th 2018

  • 5

    Posted by Jonathan McAlister on Feb 13th 2018

  • 5
    Nice and shiny

    Posted by Marquis Martin on Aug 14th 2017

    Ez ad-on for extra fish attraction

  • 4
    Very durable and effective

    Posted by Paul Dopwell on Feb 22nd 2017

    Definitely a must if you do any hunting pelagics but works quite well on other fish.

  • 5
    As advertised!

    Posted by Unknown on Jan 26th 2017

    Bigger than I expected, could have got away with just 3.

  • 5

    Posted by aaron rothman on Dec 28th 2015

    nice flasher tape

  • 5
    0.79 cents well spent

    Posted by Luka Ohana on Jul 21st 2015

    I bought 4 and for what they are, they're incredible. They add so much to the gun. Wouldn't skip this awesome addition.

  • 5
    The best flashers

    Posted by Hamad on Jul 6th 2015

    I've using them for so long now, mostly on the front of my speargun and at the tip of my carbon fins, i think a lot of fish that i shot came in straight to check that flasher. And i used them on carbon and aluminum barrels they are very durable and hard to tear off.