Pole Spear Tip 5 Prong Paralyzer

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Item Description

MAKO Spearguns Pole Spear Tip - 5 Prong Paralyzer

The MAKOSpearguns 5 Prong Paralyzer Pole Spear Tip is the perfect Pole Spear Tip for spearing Lionfish, small to medium size Flounder or Halibut, Spadefish, snapper and other smaller game.

Each of the 5 prongs has an integrated one way, highly sharpened, barbed tip, for maximum penetration and increased holding power when pole spearing.

NOTE: These 5 prong Paralyzer Pole Spear Tips are great for holding fish, but they do not hold up well when pole spear shooting at rocks, so be careful.

Measuring 6.25 inches in length, the 5 Prong Paralyzer tip has a 6mm female thread which attaches to any standard pole spear (6mm threaded pole spear adapter shaft).

NOTE: If you do not already have a 6mm to 5/16” threaded pole spear adapter shaft, you will need one to connect the Big Game Pole Spear to the 5 Prong Paralyzer Tip.

pole spear and five prong tip assembly

Pole spear with 3” Adapter Shaft and 5 Prong Paralyzer Tip assembly

image-divider pole spear tip adapter 3 inch

Required 3” Pole Spear Adapter Shaft needed to connect the 5 Prong Paralyzer Tip to the pole spear

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  • 2
    Rusted quickly

    Posted by Will Hearn on Jun 25th 2021

    I used this a few days in the Bahamas, and from the time I used it in the water, let it sit on the beach for an hour, and took it home to rinse it with freshwater, some rust had already begun. By the end of the trip, it looked like it was a piece of steel left out in the elements for a year, rust pretty much covering all the prongs. I had rinsed the tip every day after using it, and really only used it two days, the rest of the time it stayed in the car. Nothing else on this trip rusted. I contacted Mako but they seemed to think it was a fluke, that all their tips were supposed to be made of the same grade stainless steel. Makes me question the rest of their tips, though I don't have any, so can't speak to them. Also, one of the prongs bent when it hit a piece of coral. Not impressed.

  • 5

    Posted by Wendell Wall on Oct 20th 2020

    This thing is gnarly

  • 5

    Posted by Emery Jones on Dec 13th 2019

    Have not tried it yet but it looks like a killer.

  • 5
    Works perfect

    Posted by David Walker on Aug 16th 2018

    Tip worked like a charm. I could not believe how affective the tip was I've penatrating and holding the fish!