Skip to content
Free Shipping on United States Orders Over $59
Free Shipping on USA Orders Over $59

SPRO Taru Barrel Swivel

$2.49
$2.12
Save $0.37 Save $0.00
Size - Pound Test - Pack Quantity: 10 - 37 pound - 15 pack

Features:

  • The SPRO Taru Barrel Swivel is a high-quality barrel swivel with consistent and accurate pound test ratings.
  • Swivels help prevent frustrating line tangles during retrieval.
  • Facilitate more natural and effective bait presentations.
  • Small enough not to spook fish, but powerful enough to catch your next trophy winner.
  • Available in size 3 to 12 with pound tests between 38 and 100 pounds.

The SPRO Taru Barrel Swivel is a high-quality barrel swivel with consistent and accurate pound test ratings. These swivels help prevent line twist and facilitate more natural bait presentations. They're also small enough not to spook fish, but powerful enough to catch your next trophy winner.

Available in size 3 to 12 with pound tests between 38 and 100 pounds.

Read More
CA Proposition 65 WARNING
Proposition 65
 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
H
Herbert G Broughton Jr
Barrel swivels

If your going to fish a floating worm, you've gotta use a barrel swivel, Right? Otherwise, your gonna spend all day, untangling your line when you should be fishing and all night re-spoolin your reel when you should be sleeping. C'mon.

# Part Numbers

Product VariantManufacturer Part #UPC
12 - 28 pound - 17 packSTRSB-12-17651583118240
10 - 37 pound - 15 packSTRSB-10-15651583118257
8 - 70 pound - 12 packSTRSB-07-12651583118264
5 - 75 pound - 10 packSTRSB-05-10651583118271
3 - 100 pound - 7 packSTRSB-03-7651583118288

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
H
Herbert G Broughton Jr
Barrel swivels

If your going to fish a floating worm, you've gotta use a barrel swivel, Right? Otherwise, your gonna spend all day, untangling your line when you should be fishing and all night re-spoolin your reel when you should be sleeping. C'mon.