Tired of the arms breaking on Zing dredges and having to throw the entire dredge away after only a few hours of use? Even if they are initially less expensive, when you factor in the time rigging and the baits lost, the cost adds up quickly and the frustration even quicker.
Zing Dredges have a molded lead center hub that makes it impossible to change arms. When an arm breaks the entire dredge is rendered useless.
There is a solution to the problem.
Tournament Cable Pro-Series Dredges: besides being completely collapsible, all have a precision machined center hub specifically designed so the arms can be replaced in minutes. No need to throw the dredge over the side - replace any arm as needed, quickly and easily, right on the boat.
The arms offer the same flex and action of the less expensive Zing dredges, but broken arms can be replaced in the cockpit with nothing more than a pair of pliers.
The storage capabilities of the Tournament Cable Pro-Series Dredges are unmatched by any other dredge: simply collapse it and stow it with the baits still connected. Spare dredges and arms fit in a tackle drawer, and arms rigged with natural baits can be kept in the bait cooler ready to go.
Arms are available with or without connections, and in four different lengths.
The initial cost of a Tournament Cable Pro-Series Dredge is more expensive than a Zing, but the features and benefits quickly pay for itself over a short period of time.
Compete with the very best….Tournament Cable Pro-Series Dredges.