Sign up for stories, tying videos, new product info and other fun stuff.
If you're looking for something that will reliably hold nippers, hemostats, floatant, or any other streamside accessory, then look no further. A Nite Ize S-Biner attaches this sturdy retractor to packs, waders, etc. and the 22 inch steel cable walks the fine line between being lightweight and heavy duty.
Just as I expected, the Loon Rogue Zinger performed Flawlessly. Under conditions described as steelhead weather. Cold,rain,snowing and blowing. Awesome stuff!!!!!!
Sometime during my last move, the box containing my two sets of waders and my precious fishing vest disappeared (nice way of saying stolen). In the process of replacing my stuff, I looked to Loon for replacing my streamside tools for three big reasons: (1) engineered for toughness, (2)designed with the fisherman in mind, and (3) a great price. The Rogue Zinger is no exception. I probably won't use it to rappel down a cliff but this little sucker has a palpably strong retractor spring mechanism and will easily hold a forceps without sliding down to your knees.
This thing is burley and a significantly beefed up version of any of the previous 5 zingers I have owned. Have some nice nippers that were almost lost because of an old safety pin design. That won’t happen with these. Solid wire. Solid retractor and attachments.
Loon replaced my old model double zinger when it broke with the new Rogue Zinger. The carabiner clip is a big improvement making it much easier to attach to your waders, pack or vest. The ring on the cable provides a more secure attachment for your nippers, forceps or tippet spool. Big improvement to the zinger and I really appreciate that Loon stood behind their product.
The best zinger for nippers or forceps that I have come across. Good design, very sturdy, long cable.