Reviews for SNAKE CHARMER Big Wall Rope Bag
Average Rating : 5.00 out of 5
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Of the three I own, it is the only one not for sale
Review by: xtrmecat, 2009-01-16
Two sides divided, anchors easily, can be weighted on bottom, stays open, burly, won't fill with rain, hauls well, stays open and stacks well, works like nothing else. I have searched for a system that works, and finally found it. No more rope hooks, butterfly coils feeding me. This bag does it all and has every thing you need in a rope bag for solo climbing. Fish Products hit a home run with this one.
FISH - SNAKE CHARMER Rope Bag
Review by: holdplease2, 2008-09-22
This bag is the shit. You guys have it all wrong...its not one side for the lead line, one for the haul line. Its one side for a rope, one side for your jacket, snacks, beersch, water, whatever. Or your haul line or tag line or spare rack.
The bag is made from bomber construction and is big enough to hold a 70-meter wall-worthy (meaning fat) rope on each side. The thing is perfect, IMO. Plus, its made in the garage of a guy who actually climbs by a guy and gal who get out and climb every damn weekend and has sent more walls than 99.9% of us ever will! SUPPORT the companies that are out there inventing stuff, like the Snake Charmer, booze muffler, etc. Fish, made in a garage the way it should be. -Kate.
This bag rocks
Review by: wolfdog, 2008-09-12
I use this bag for roped soloing and wall climbing and it feeds double or single ropes flawlessly. It is also pretty darn handy when you are going to the crag and bringing two ropes as it has two handles and is comfortable to carry as long as you are not hiking a long ways. Super heavy duty construction.
that's my bag, baby!
Review by: yetanotherdave, 2008-09-03
Great bag, weak review. C'mon, it's a cut/paste from the FISH website:
great rope bag
Review by: mdavid01, 2007-09-11
This bag has two sides for the main line and haul rope. Totally heavy duty and gobbles up rope easily/quickly. Very killer to have for long days of ropework slogging up walls.