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Pulls your disc right up out of the water. Ready to use right out of the package. Extra line included for longer tosses. Pays for itself in just a few retrievals. Add to Cart for Speedy Delivery!
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I love my golden retriever, it is a great purchase if you frequently play courses with multiple water hazards. It does tend to work best in clearer or more shallow waters where you can see your disc, but can be used successfully in 'blind' throws in the area you threw in as well. The rope is very durable and the extension is more than a necessity. The only drawback is that the dragger itself is not a little more heavy to sink and grab discs a little easier. (Posted on 10/20/12)
i throw my discs in the water all the time. but i just go in and get them. this seems like a great idea tho but if you can see them why not just go get them? but i guess i dont know how this works so...... (Posted on 6/25/12)
I feel like a cowboy when I am fishing out discs for friends (I never seem to find my own losses). The design of the Golden Retriever is so simple that it makes you wish you had come up with it, but nonetheless, I am glad to have purchased one. Retrieving discs from water hazards is quite easy with this item, and you can pretty much retrieve any disc that you can see (and even some that you can't). With a little practice, you will be proficient at retrieving discs. Make sure to pick one up. This will save you a lot of money and frustration. (Posted on 9/10/10)
This works surprisingly well. If you can see the disc, you can retrieve it. Use polarized sunglasses to see further under water. Slides in that pocket on the back of my bag that I never used.Extra long range. A MUST if your courses have water. (Posted on 7/1/08)