Church Tackle Double-Action Flag System

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Church Tackle Double-Action Flag System -
The Double-action flag system features an adjustable tension indicator that lets you know precisely when a fish strikes your lure. Flag can be set to pop up when a fish is on or fold in when you've hooked one. Fits 10" long Walleye Board.
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Church Tackle Double-Action Flag System Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

A Must Have!!!

Combine the Double Action Flag kit with a Church Walleye Board or TX-22 and you have a true walleye fishing weapon.
The included instructions are very clear and the install was simple. The flag tension is easily adjustable for everything from spinners to hard pulling deep cranks. One of it's best features is that you can set it up so the flag goes down on a strike or so the flag pops up on a strike. Either way works great, but I prefer mine set so the flag pops up. It makes the boards easier to store because the flag is in the down position.
jcfish at Cabelas on 12/15/2009

Easy to use!

This flag system is versatile and easy to use. I love that you only have to turn the dial to change the tension.... with other companies flags I always ended up fumbling with springs that ended up floating down the river! This flag system worked great with my TX-22 and Walleye Board. This is a great product.
fish3080 at Cabelas on 12/07/2009

Great system

Got these with the Walleye combo and love the boards and the flags no more wondering if you have weeds on or a small fish.
spankytroller at Cabelas on 05/07/2010

Negative Reviews:

Bad instructions

The instructions that came with the Flag System were not what i expected. Bad diagram bad directions. It's still in pieces.
Bassie at Cabelas on 08/10/2009