Typically, when you go lobstering you use a tickle stick to try to move or pry the lobster out of a hole and then you snare it. A lot to times that also requires a light.
So consequently, you’ve got a tickle stick, a light, a net, all sorts of gear, and you could end up fumbling everything.
A company called Brytor Designs has developed the Brytor Reach tickle stick with an integrated light at the end of it. The stick also sports a rechargeable battery pack with an interface that allows the battery to only be inserted correctly one way as well as a watertight cap.
Brytor Designs is premiering the Brytor Reach at the Blue Wild Ocean Adventure Expo for $199. Come on down this weekend to check them out.
For more information, check out Brytor’s website at www.bebrytor.com.