Mini Gig

(3 customer reviews)

$18.95

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Mini Gig

The Mini Gig by Panacea exudes superior performance through superior design. The Mini Gig stands in a class of its own. Most companies design gigs with sheet metal cutouts that will not perform well in the real world. The points of the Mini Gig have a shallow angle to help the gig penetrate the animal easily and the barbs are relatively large making it difficult for the game to escape the gig. Our tines taper out so that it creates a spring-like pressure to help hold the animal in place. The Panacea Mini Gig is designed to be light-weight and compact; easy to have a few in your bugout bag.

Specs:

  • Made from Cutlery grade AEB-L stainless steel
  • Tips are heat-treated
  • Length: 4.98″
  • Width: 1.25″
  • Thickness: .070″
  • Weight: 17g (.6 oz.)

3 reviews for Mini Gig

  1. Damian Speakman (verified owner)

    Quality product

  2. Louis (verified owner)

    I haven’t tried it yet. (I have to write something in the comment or it won’t let me hit send!)

  3. Joseph (verified owner)

    Back in the mid 90’s, I lived on Catalina Island (no, I’m not wealthy, just landed a summer job there out of HS haha!) and would use an 8 foot pole spear for spearfishing. I know just how effective this is for food procurement as my friends and I would bring home calico bass and sheepshead every time we went out snorkeling and diving. Lobster would be easy pickings too if it wasn’t illegal! One of my buddies would put his game bag full of fish out in the shallows and use his pole spear almost like a slingshot to spear eels going for his fish from the shoreline. If you’re going to use this, I highly recommend that you carry a few feet of some kind of elastic bands (sling shot bands, bungee/shock cord) to use with it. Look up a few videos on how to use a pole spear and give it a try, you will love it! The quality of this is much better than the old 25$ pole spear I had, that’s for dang sure!

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