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Crimping pliers are a specialized tool used by anglers to create strong, reliable connections between fishing line and various terminal tackle components such as swivels, hooks, and crimps. At Fishing Tackle and Bait, we offer a variety of crimping pliers from top brands such as Daiwa and Fox. Daiwa crimping pliers are designed to be comfortable to use and offer excellent grip, allowing anglers to create strong connections with ease. They are made from high-quality materials and are built to last, even in harsh saltwater conditions. Fox crimping pliers are another popular option, designed with an ergonomic grip that reduces hand fatigue during use. They feature a hardened steel construction that can handle heavy-duty crimps, and are versatile enough to be used with a variety of terminal tackle components. At Fishing Tackle and Bait, we understand the importance of having high-quality, reliable tools in your fishing arsenal. That's why we offer a wide range of crimping pliers that are designed to make the process of rig-building faster, easier, and more efficient. Our knowledgeable staff can help you choose the right crimping pliers for your needs, and can provide advice and guidance on how to use them effectively.


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Check out our extensive range of Daiwa Fishing Tackle at Fishing Tackle and Bait.  We have a huge range of the finest Daiwa fishing products in stock and ready to ship. From Daiwa Reels, to rods, line and poles, we've got it all.  With more than 500 Daiwa products, we have everything you need, at prices that you'll love with service you'll remember!


Daiwa PROREX Crimping Pliers
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Crimping pliers are a specialized tool used by anglers to create strong and reliable connections between fishing line and various terminal tackle components such as swivels, hooks, and crimps. They are designed to crimp a metal sleeve or tube onto the fishing line, creating a secure connection that can handle the stress of a fighting fish.

Crimping pliers come in various designs and sizes to accommodate different types and sizes of crimps. Some are designed for use with mono or fluorocarbon lines, while others are intended for use with braided lines. They can also be used for creating custom wire leaders, which are commonly used when fishing for toothy species like pike, musky, and barracuda.

Using crimping pliers can help anglers create strong and reliable connections quickly and efficiently, reducing the risk of losing fish due to line breakage or tackle failure. They are an essential tool for any angler who wants to maximize their chances of success on the water.

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About Daiwa

Founded in 1958, Daiwa has been providing enjoyment and positive feeling to fishermen for generations.  Daiwa has been developing products to meet the ever changing angling market for than 60 years across 8 decades.   Daiwa's evolving technologies are particularly associated with fishing reels - a product that they are considered to be global leaders in.  Only a few years after Daiwa was first formed, they were noted as the 'reel of choice' in 1965 with the launch of their ground breaking 'Open-Faced Reel'. 

Prior to this the norm was to have a closed faced reel.  Daiwa revolutionised this with a product which allowed the angler to wind more line onto the spool faster and with more feel.  This shocked the angling world in all the right ways!

This forward looking, proactive innovation has been central to everything Daiwa have done in the fishing industry ever since.  Today, Daiwa is one of the world's leading fishing tackle brands.  At Fishing Tackle and Bait, we're delighted to be Ireland's biggest stockist of Daiwa products which we ship daily to anglers and fishing enthusiasts all over the world.  In their first 80 years, they've changed fishing forever.  We're looking forward to seeing what Daiwa can do in the next 80!

What Daiwa products do we have at FTB?

What don't we have! Our range includes (but is not limited to) the following: