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Numéro de publicationUS20040123509 A1
Type de publicationDemande
Numéro de demandeUS 10/660,519
Date de publication1 juil. 2004
Date de dépôt12 sept. 2003
Date de priorité18 juin 2001
Autre référence de publicationUS7089699, US20020189149, US20050034351
Numéro de publication10660519, 660519, US 2004/0123509 A1, US 2004/123509 A1, US 20040123509 A1, US 20040123509A1, US 2004123509 A1, US 2004123509A1, US-A1-20040123509, US-A1-2004123509, US2004/0123509A1, US2004/123509A1, US20040123509 A1, US20040123509A1, US2004123509 A1, US2004123509A1
InventeursLouis Borgeat
Cessionnaire d'origineLouis Borgeat
Exporter la citationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
Liens externes: USPTO, Cession USPTO, Espacenet
Fly fishing rod having a detachable reel seat and waist holder therefore
US 20040123509 A1
The present invention concerns a device for holding a reel and reel seat assembly on a fisherman cloth. The device comprises a reel seat holding device for holding the reel and reel seat assembly that is detached from the fly fishing rod and a waist holder adapted for releasably mounting the reel seat holding device on a fisherman garment. The disclosure also related to a fly fishing rod with a detachable reel and reel seat assembly.
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    I claim:
  1. 26. A device for holding a reel and reel seat assembly on a fisherman garment comprising
    a. a reel seat holding device for holding said reel and reel seat assembly;
    b. a waist holder and means for mounting said reel seat holding device on said waist holder; and
    c. means for mounting said waist holder on said garment;
    said reel seat holding device comprising a case adapted for releasably receiving a reel seat therein when said reel and reel seat assembly is detached from a fly fishing rod; said waist holder comprising
    i. a holder base adapted to mount said reel seat holding device;
    ii. means adapted to removably engage said holder base on said fisherman garment; and
    iii. means adapted to fixedly engage said reel seat holding device.
  2. 27. A device according to claim 26, wherein said case is a hollow cylinder having a close proximal end and an open distal end, said case comprising at least one insertion opening in the lateral side of said hollow cylinder, said insertion opening having a longitudinal portion followed by a transversal portion, said longitudinal and transversal portions being respectively contiguous and not contiguous to said open distal end so that, when sliding said reel and reel seat assembly inside said hollow cylinder, a mounting foot of said assembly advances through said longitudinal portion until reaching said transversal portion wherein said reel seat is rotated to cause said mounting foot to engage said transversal portion thereby locking said reel and reel seat assembly to said reel seat holding device.
  3. 28. A reel seat holding device according to claim 27 wherein said hollow cylinder is made of plastic or metal.
  4. 29. A reel seat holding device according to claim 27 comprising a resilient means disposed inside said hollow cylinder at said close proximal end, said resilient means being compressed when inserting said reel and reel seat assembly inside said reel seat holding device.
  5. 30. A reel seat holding device according to claim 29 wherein said resilient means is a coil spring.
  6. 31. A reel seat holding device according to claim 27 wherein the part of said transversal portion close to said open distal end is not contiguous to said longitudinal portion, creating a hook shape.
  7. 32. A device according to claim 26 wherein said holder base is made of plastic or wood.
  8. 33. A device according to claim 26 wherein the inner surface of said holder base has a concave shape, said concave shape being similar to the curvature of a fisherman's waist.
  9. 34. A device for holding a reel seat holding device according to claim 26 wherein said reel seat holding device is mounted on the outer surface of said waist holder.
  10. 35. A device for holding a reel seat holding device according to claim 27 wherein said reel seat holding device is mounted in a semi-circular groove running across said outer surface of said holder base.
  11. 36. A device for holding a reel seat holding device according to claim 35 which comprises a depression in said holder base outer surface below said semi-circular groove, said reel and reel seat assembly received in said depression when said reel and reel seat assembly is mounted in said reel seat holding device.
  12. 37. A device according to claim 26, wherein said means defined in (ii) comprises a slot running along inferior surface of said holder base.
  13. 38. A device according to claim 37, wherein said means defined in (c) comprises a mounting band fixed to said garment, said slot engaging said band for mounting said holder base on said fisherman garment, said band being longer than said holder base.
  14. 39. A device for holding a reel seat holding device according to claim 38 wherein said band is a belt.
  15. 40. A device for holding a reel seat holding device according to claim 38 wherein said mounting band is a rigid band mounted on a cloth-type vest, said rigid band having a similar curvature as said slot.
  16. 41. A device for holding a reel seat holding device according to claim 40 wherein said cloth-type vest is a life-jacket.
  17. 42. A device for holding a reel seat holding device according to claim 40 wherein said band mounted on said cloth-type vest is made of plastic or metal.
  18. 43. A device for holding a reel seat holding device according to claim 26 wherein said mounting means defined in (b) comprise bolts and nuts.
  19. 44. A device for holding a reel seat holding device according to claim 26 wherein a line positioning means is provided on said reel seat holding device for aligning a fishing line.
  • [0001]
    This application is a divisional of patent application Ser. No. 09/882,092 filed on Jun. 18, 2001, currently pending and which is hereby incorporated by reference in its entirety.
  • [0002]
    The present invention relates to the general field of fly-fishing and is particularly concerned with a fly fishing rod having a detachable reel seat and waist holder therefore. More specifically, the invention concerns a device for holding a reel and reel seat assembly on a fisherman garment.
  • [0003]
    During most sport fishing activities such as fly casting, spin casting, bait casting and the like, an artificial lure or a live bait having a fishing line attached thereto is projected or cast into fish filled waters in hope that a fish will take the bait. Since most fishes are quite easily scared away by human presence, it is often desirable to cast the bait far away from the fisherman.
  • [0004]
    Typically, the energy which propels both the lure and the fishing line is stored and subsequently released by the fishing pole which conventionally consists of a thin elongated flexible rod. When the rod releases the potential energy contained therein, this energy is transformed into kinetic energy which is transmitted to the fishing lure and propels the latter over the surface of water away from the fisherman.
  • [0005]
    During both bait and spin casting activities, the lure or bait being relatively heavy, this causes the fishing rod to flex as the fisherman from the back cast starts the forward cast, thereby storing energy in the rod. At the end of the forward cast, as the rod straightens out, the line is released and allowed to move freely across the water away from the fisherman.
  • [0006]
    Conversely, in fly casting the artificial lures or flies used are very light weight and not capable of causing the rod to flex. In fact, the lures are so light weight that the resistance due to air friction cannot be overcome unless the fly is attached to a heavier object. Hence, a fly fisherman is really casting the fly line rather than the fly itself. A great deal of efforts has thus been extended on designing fly lines and tailoring casting methods to efficiently propel the line through the air.
  • [0007]
    Parallel to the search for fly-casting efficiency, other efforts have been made to lighten the fishing rod and reel as much as possible for the fisherman. This search for overall lightness in the fishing gear handled by the fisherman stems from the fact that each cast made to propel the lure the right distance requires constant and always well-controlled muscular efforts.
  • [0008]
    First, with each cast, the fisherman's arm has to transmit to the rod the energy required to send the line the required distance. That means the fisherman must either make many false throws in sequence to allow the line to go progressively farther or pull back the part of the line that is already in the water in a single sharp movement and then recast in another movement right after it has been pulled back. This effort is required each time the fisherman wants to return the lure to the surface of the water. Therefore a fisherman who casts his line twice a minute during a fishing day lasting eight hours will end up making close to 1,000 casts, all of them different. Furthermore, for each cast, the fisherman must have precise and firm control of the movement of the rod, which has to move through a well-defined axis to get the required propulsion.
  • [0009]
    Through years of refinement, fly casters have learned to control the loop created in the line by the casting motion. It is well known that this loop is one of the most important parameters for fly casters to control. Thus, fly casters must make subtle movement adjustments to maintain the line loop as small as possible. This is, in part, accomplished by keeping the rod tip in a substantially vertical plane with respect to the ground. These subtle movement adjustments in a somewhat non-ergonomic position may quickly lead to muscle fatigue which, in turn, may deter the overall enjoyment of the fly fishing casting activity. Furthermore, as the infrequently solicited muscles of the hand, wrist and arm become tired, the efficiency of the casting stroke will be lessened.
  • [0010]
    Accordingly, it would be desirable to provide a fly fishing rod that is lighter in weight than conventional fishing rods so as to lessen the risk of muscle fatigue. The prior art has recognized this need and, hence, has notably proposed various types of fishing equipment made out of lightweight material. Regarding the construction of the rod itself, the use of lighter and lighter materials, for example, graphite and graphite composites, has allowed for significant improvements. The same trend holds for reels, which are being made with ever-lighter metal alloys and with simpler and simpler mechanisms. But progress in this latter area has become less and less a factor in the search for lightness; in the end, it has provided limited improvement since a great portion of the weight resides in the reel and associated reel seat. Nowadays the fishing rods are somehow ⅓ to ⅕ the weight of the total combination of their reel and attachment.
  • [0011]
    Also, some rod holders have been proposed in order to reduce the fisherman's efforts. But rod holders have heretofore been designed for general-purpose rods almost exclusively. Prior art rod holders have been utterly unamenable to use with a fly rod, instead being configured to accommodate general-purpose rod and reel.
  • [0012]
    However, the general-purpose rod and reel is proportioned differently from a fly rod. The reel mounted on a general purpose rod is usually located some distance from the end of the rod most proximate to the reel, that is, the reel is farther up the rod, more towards the eyelets of the rod and farther from the end of the rod held in the fisherman's hand.
  • [0013]
    The fly rod and reel is proportioned quite differently. On a fly rod, the mounting for the reel is located very near the end of the pole where it would be held if it was a general-purpose rod. In fact, the fly rod is actually held by the fisherman in a different way than the general-purpose rod. When using a fly rod, the rod is griped above the reel, the hand of the fisherman being placed between the reel and the rod eyelets. Consequently, the handle end of the fly rod does not extend very far past the mounted fly rod. Essentially, the reel of a fly rod is mounted nearly at the end of the rod, while the general-purpose rod has its reel mounted about one third of the way up the rod towards the eyelets.
  • [0014]
    The prior art rod holders are constructed so that the end of the rod most proximate to the reel is inserted into the holder. These holders are usually tubular in construction, a configuration most suitable for holding the cylindrical fishing rod. This sort of holder will not work when used with a fly rod. As noted above, the fly rod has little to no handle extending below the reel. Hence, the prior art rod holder simply will not work satisfactorily with a fly rod. Furthermore, the idea of inserting the rod into a holder to take some weight off the fisherman does not work for fly fishing rods. Indeed, once the rod is in its holder, it becomes practically immobile, which is hardly compatible with a fishing style that involves repeated casts.
  • [0015]
    In order to reduce the weight of the fishing rod the prior art shows attempts at temporarily removing the fishing reel from the fishing rod. For example, U.S. Pat. No. 3,556,365, George Nulan inventor, issued Jan. 19, 1971, discloses a spinning reel transfer mechanism in which a mechanical holder for spinning reel is supported on a frame shaped to fit the contour of the fisherman's body and is attached to a belt for being buckled around the body of the fisherman. From a lower end of the support frame, there is a belt which is disposed for being connected with the belt at the rear of the person wearing it. It does provide means by which a reel is placed on an extension to the mechanical holder leaving the rod free in one hand to facilitate casting.
  • [0016]
    Although offering the advantage of reducing the overall weight of the fishing rod, the invention disclosed in the hereinabove mentioned patent, suffers from numerous drawbacks. One of the main disadvantages associated with this invention resided in that only the reel is separable from the rod. The intended user thus needs a reel seat which remains attached to the rod and a second reel seat attached to the belt. The intended user must therefore attach the reel to either one of the reel seat. This operation can prove to be both tedious and time consuming.
  • [0017]
    Accordingly, there exists a need for an improved fly fishing rod having a detachable reel seat and waist holder therefore.
  • [0018]
    The invention presented here comes within the perspective of the previous research in the sense that it seeks to enable the fisherman to cast with the lightest possible rod. However, it achieves this objective in a different way. It allows the fisherman to use a rod wherein he can choose, at any time, to detach the reel seat and, more importantly, the reel.
  • [0019]
    The invention is based on two important observations concerning the function of the reel in fly-fishing. First, practice has shown that the reel plays a secondary role in the casting and retrieval of the lure, since, with each cast, the line that has been cast does not have to be rewound onto the reel. Often, the fisherman does not reel any of it. If he does, he takes in only a small portion of it. Whatever the length of line he does reel in, he only winds up in his hand or lets fall around his feet or in the water this length of line. Doing so allows him to recast freely and rapidly, which he could not do if the line was rewound onto the reel.
  • [0020]
    Second, the reel, including the part of thereof that stays on the reel after a cast (often 30% to 50% of the line's entire length), is the heaviest part of the rod. The reel can easily be three times heavier than a rod of the highest quality. The technique that allows a person to fish without the reel attached to the rod means a lightening of equipment greater than what has been achieved to date by other inventions.
  • [0021]
    The fly fishing rod proposed by the present invention has a detachable reel seat which can be readily detached and attached from and to a conventional fly fishing rod through a set of simple ergonomic steps without requiring special tooling or manual dexterity. The attachment and detachment to and from the fly fishing rod can be accomplished quickly even in an harsh environment when manual skills are lessened by cold, humidity or the like.
  • [0022]
    The idea presented here of a rod with a detachable reel seat is applicable to a new rod specifically designed for that purpose and is equally applicable to all other existing rods. Indeed, the invention makes it possible to design a rod with a reel seat that can be detached from the rod handle instead of having to stay attached, as it is the case with all existing rods on the market. The invention also makes it possible for all existing rods to use a device for holding an additional and movable reel seat used to hold the reel.
  • [0023]
    In both cases, the reel seat is moved from the rod to a waist holder attached to the fisherman's belt. Reel seats, being somewhat of a more standard nature than the varying reels which are adapted to the user and the environment, can be quickly and ergonomically mounted on a relatively standard waist holder therefore. The proposed waist holder associated with the present invention is specifically adapted to receive a reel and reel seat assembly. The proposed waist holder is specifically designed so as to ergonomically position the reel and reel seat assembly (a right-handed will be using the right model as shown in FIG. 4 and will preferably install it on his right waist). It is also provide with a line positioning means, a guiding eyelet, which further increases ergonometric of the casting procedure.
  • [0024]
    An intended user of the proposed invention can thus use the fly fishing rod either with the reel and reel seat assembly attached thereto or detached therefrom depending on the particular setting. When desired or needed, the chosen option can be easily modified through simple ergonomic steps. The rod design with a detachable reel seat preserves all the advantages of the traditional rod equipped with its own fixed reel seat and, at the same time, allows the fisherman, whenever he wishes, to take advantages of all the benefits of a rod free from the weight of its reel.
  • [0025]
    Another advantage of the present invention resides in that the proposed fly fishing rod and associated waist holder is specifically designed so as to be manufacturable using conventional forms of manufacturing thus providing a fly fishing rod and associated waist holder which will be economically feasible, long lasting and relatively trouble free in operation.
  • [0026]
    Two embodiments of the present invention will now be disclosed, by way of examples, in reference to the following drawings.
  • [0027]
    [0027]FIG. 1 is a perspective view with sections taken out illustrating part of the fly fishing rod having a detachable reel seat in accordance with a first embodiment of the present invention with the reel seat being detached from the remainder of the fishing rod.
  • [0028]
    [0028]FIG. 2 is a perspective view illustrating the device which allows the present invention to be used on any existing rod. The main piece of this second embodiment of the present invention is a cylinder with an opening which runs from its top down along one side. It is into this opening that the reel seat and the reel are inserted.
  • [0029]
    [0029]FIG. 3 is a perspective view illustrating the device described in FIG. 2 here installed in place, behind the handgrip and on the original reel seat of the rod, where the reel is normally attached.
  • [0030]
    [0030]FIG. 4 is a perspective view illustrating a waist holder of the present invention; the device on the waist holder is the same device (described in FIGS. 2 and 3) used to hold or release the additional reel seat on a conventional rod.
  • [0031]
    [0031]FIG. 5 is a perspective view illustrating how the waist holder, the part of the present invention described in FIG. 4, is installed on a fishing vest or life jacket close to the fisherman's waist.
  • [0032]
    Referring to FIG. 1, it is shown a fly fishing rod 10 in accordance with a first embodiment of the present invention.
  • [0033]
    The fishing rod 10 is preferably of the fly fishing type. The fishing rod 10 includes an elongated rod shaft 14 (only a butt section thereof being shown). A set of guiding eyelets 16 (only one is shown) are mounted on the rod shaft 14 for guiding a fly line 18 there along.
  • [0034]
    Typically, although by no means exclusively, the rod shaft 14 includes a tip section attached in a releasable manner to the butt section by a male/female ferrule combination as it is well known in the art. The proximal end of the butt section part of the rod shaft 14 is mounted on a usual cylindrical handgrip 20. A keeper ring 22 is preferably mounted on the rod shaft 14 adjacent the handgrip 20.
  • [0035]
    The fishing rod 10 also includes a conventional fly reel 24 for winding the fly line 18. The fly reel 24 typically includes a spool 26 rotatably mounted on a reel frame by an axle 28 and having a drag 30 attached thereto. A spool handle 32 typically extends laterally from the spool 26. The fly reel 24 also includes a mounting foot 34 extending radially therefrom. The mounting foot 34 is adapted to be mounted on a reel seat 36 in abutment contact with a cylindrical reel seat base 38. This base has a butt cap 47 at its proximal end, but is opened at its distal end 40.
  • [0036]
    The mounting foot 34 is adapted to be maintained in a predetermined relationship relative to the reel seat base 38 by frictional contact with two rings 40, 44 and a screw locking nut 46 threadably mounted on the threaded proximal end 48 of the reel seat base 38.
  • [0037]
    The fishing rod insofar described is somewhat similar to conventional fly fishing rods and modifications to the standard components may be made without departing from the scope of the present invention.
  • [0038]
    One of the main feature of the present invention resides in that the reel 24 and reel seat 36 assembly is attachable to handgrip 20 by a reel and reel seat-to-handgrip releasable attachment means 50.
  • [0039]
    In a first embodiment of the invention, the reel and reel seat-to-handgrip attachment device 50 includes an attachment rod 52 (being usually a prolongation of the rod shaft 14) extending from the handgrip 20 in a direction opposite to the rod shaft 14. The attachment rod 52 ends with two resilient bushings 53 and 51 and a corresponding attachment bushing channel 55 extending through a connecting segment extending distally from the reel seat base 38 and designed in a manner such as the resilient bushings 53 and 51 are inserted tightly into the bushing channel 55.
  • [0040]
    It should be understood that other reel and reel seat-to-handgrip attachment means could be used without departing from the scope of the present invention as long as they allow for efficient releasable connections there between.
  • [0041]
    [0041]FIG. 2 presents a second embodiment of the invention, namely a device used to hold or release an additional reel seat 36 accompanying any conventional fly fishing rod 10.
  • [0042]
    The main part of this device is a hollow cylinder 80 that is preferably made of metal or plastic. This cylinder 80 is closed at its proximal end 82, partially opened on one of its sides 84 and on its lower part 86, and fully opened at its distal end 88.
  • [0043]
    Inside the cylinder 80, at the closed end 82, is a coil spring 90 in the form of a cone. In the middle of the topside of the cylinder 80, a mounting foot 92 is mounted in two holes 94, preferably with rivets or bolts 96. This mounting foot 92 is used to attach the cylinder 80 to the reel seat 36 of the fly fishing rod 10. The mounting foot 92 is similar in its form and wholly identical in its function to the mounting foot 34 used to attach the reel 24 to the reel seat 36.
  • [0044]
    The purpose of the cylinder 80 is to hold a reel seat 36 and a reel 24 in such a way that both are easily removable. For insertion into the cylinder 80, it is necessary to place the proximal end 48 of the reel seat 36 into the opening 88 of the cylinder 80 and to slide it to the bottom 82 while pivoting the reel 24 laterally about 90 degrees to the ground (as illustrated in the main drawing in FIG. 2), so that it will fit into the cylinder side opening 84. When the butt cap 47 of the reel seat 36 compresses the coil spring 90 located in the bottom 82 of the cylinder 80, the reel 24 is returned to its usual vertical position. This is done by pivoting the reel 24 inside the lower opening 86 of the cylinder 80 while taking care to insert the mounting foot 34 of the reel 24 into the narrow groove 98 at the top of the lower opening 86. The pressure exerted by the compressed spring 90 on the mounting foot 34 holds the reel seat 36 and reel 24 firmly in place inside the cylinder 80.
  • [0045]
    The drawing on the lower left side of FIG. 2 illustrates the final position of the reel seat 36 and reel 24 in the cylinder 80. FIG. 3 shows the cylinder 80 (holding the reel seat 36 and reel 24) attached to a conventional handgrip rod 20 and ready to be used.
  • [0046]
    The fisherman can thus fish with a reel seat 36 and reel 24 which, whenever he chooses, can be detached from the handgrip 10 and held on a support at his waist. To detach the reel seat 36 and the reel 24 from the cylinder 80, all that needs to be done is to perform the opposite of the operation described above: pushing the reel seat 36 towards the bottom 82 of the cylinder 80 to compress the spring 90 and release the mounting foot 34 from the groove 98 into which it was inserted, then pivoting the reel 24 sideways and sliding the reel seat 36 and reel 24 out of the cylinder 80.
  • [0047]
    [0047]FIG. 4 shows a waist holder 12 on a fisherman's belt 66 (on the same side that he holds his fishing rod). The holder 12 includes a holder base 56 made preferably of plastic or light metal. The holder base 56 has a base inner surface 58, a base outer surface 60, a pair of opposed base lateral surfaces 64 and a pair of opposed base end surfaces 62, 63. The base inner surface 58 preferably has an arcuate configuration about its longitudinal axis so as to substantially conform to the configuration of the fisherman's waist contour.
  • [0048]
    Approximately half the distance between the base inner and outer surfaces 58, 60 is a slot 68. Slot 68 is approximately 2 mm wide, opened on the inferior surface of the base 63, running the length of the base 56, and following a curve identical to the curve of the inner surface 58 of the base 56. The fisherman slides his belt 66 into this slot 68 along the entire length of the base 56. Even though the belt 66 is held tightly in the slot 68, the waist holder 12 remains horizontally mobile and can still be removed from the belt 66 by the fisherman.
  • [0049]
    On the outer surface 60 of the base holder 56 is a groove 70 in the form of a semi-circle running across the entire length of the base 56. In this groove 70 is set a cylinder 80 similar to the one presented in FIGS. 2 and 3. This cylinder 80 is mounted on the outer surface 104 of the groove 70 of the waist holder 12 with two bolts or rivets 100, inserted through two holes 102 in the cylinder 80. Once the cylinder 80 mounted on the base 56, its front end 88 runs about one centimetre past the edge of the waist holder base 56 so that the fisherman can easily insert the reel seat 36 into the cylinder 80. On the inferior part of the front end 88, a laterally open eyelet 106 guides the fishing line 18 from the waist holder 12 to the rod 10.
  • [0050]
    This cylinder 80 allows the fisherman to insert the reel seat 36 and the reel 24 from his fishing rod 10 onto the waist holder 12, and then to detach them, following the procedure described above. The waist holder 12 is designed to hold either the detachable reel seat 36 seen in FIG. 1 or the movable reel seat 36 shown in FIGS. 2 and 3. It can thus be adapted to the two embodiments of this invention.
  • [0051]
    The waist holder 12 is configured, sized and positioned in a manner such as the fly line 18 is substantially in line with the handle 20 of the rod 10. The rod 10 is in its frontal casting position substantially horizontal and proximate to the waist of the intended user. Also the width of the holder base makes it well-visible and easy to handle by the angler.
  • [0052]
    [0052]FIG. 5 illustrates a device allowing the waist holder 12 to be worn on the side of the fisherman's life jacket or fishing vest 108.
  • [0053]
    A rigid band 110, preferably made of plastic or metal, about as wide as a belt and only slightly longer than the waist holder 12 itself, can be mounted on a life vest 108. The central (and main) part of the band 110 is slightly curved on its longitudinal axis in a manner such as it can be inserted into the slot 68 of the waist holder 12. At each end 112, 114 of this curved portion, the band is flat and extends about three centimetres in an axis parallel to the fishing vest 108.
  • [0054]
    These two ends 112, 114 of the band 110 are attached to the vest by four bolts 116 which go through these ends 112, 114 and the vest material. On the interior face of the vest 108, nuts 118 tighten the bolts 116. These nuts 118 are supported against the interior face of the vest 108 on two small plates 120, each 6-cm by 6-cm, and made of the same rigid materials as the band 110 itself.
  • [0055]
    Once the rigid band 110 is mounted, the fisherman can install his waist holder 12 on the latter. Then, he can remove the reel 24 and the reel seat 36 from the rod 10 and fasten them to the waist holder 12. An identical band device can also be installed in the same way on any cloth-type vest worn by fishermen.
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Classification aux États-Unis43/21.2
Classification internationaleA01K87/06
Classification coopérativeA01K87/06
Classification européenneA01K87/06