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Fishing carabiners or snaps are commonly used in fishing to quickly change or replace lures, hooks or other tackle without having to re-tie knots. Snaps are small metal connectors that allow easy attachment and detachment of fishing tackle. They come in different sizes, shapes and designs to accommodate different types of fishing techniques and tackle.

Here are some commonly used snaps when fishing:

Snap Swivels: These are a combination of a swivel and a clasp. They allow easy attachment of the line to the snap while providing the advantage of reducing line twist caused by spinning lures.

Locking Snaps: These clasps have a spring-loaded closing mechanism that securely holds fixtures in place. They are designed to prevent accidental opening and are usually used for heavier lures or bait.

Spiral Snaps: These models have a built-in spiral body shape that helps eliminate line twist. They are ideal for anchoring lures or gear that tend to spin in the water.

Quick Links: These are simple and quick release clamps that are popular for fishing with light tackle. They allow a quick change of lures or hooks without the need for additional tools or complex mechanisms.

When choosing a clicker for fishing, consider the following factors:

Strength: Make sure the clasp is strong enough to handle the weight and pressure of the fish you are targeting.

Size: Choose a carabiner size that matches the diameter of your fishing line and the weight of your lures.

Corrosion resistance: Look for fasteners made of corrosion-resistant materials such as stainless steel or brass, especially if you will be fishing in salt water.

It is important to note that while snaps provide convenience, they can also affect the action of certain lures. Some experienced anglers prefer to tie direct knots for certain fishing techniques that require a more direct connection between the rod and the lure. At the end of the day, the choice to use a clip or tie knots comes down to personal preference, fishing style and the specific situation.

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