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Snowbanklakeguy

wrist brace for fishing

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I have heard of a wrist brace that will relieve pressure on the wrist,used on a spinning outfit called "The Universal Brace" Has anyone used it? Is it worth checking out? My girlfriend has arthritis and I appreciate any help. grin.gif

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Snowbank, check out the recent thread on handicapped fishing, there's a link in there with wrist supports.

clemmy

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thanks for the advice but where are you talking about....where do i find the link???????

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Hey Clemmy , thanks so much. The brace they offer is similar to the one I was picturing(inventing)in my head!! I know it will help tremendously. grin.gif

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How did you turn out did you purchase or make one?? My wife has R.A so we are looking for something to help. I would think the strongarmfishing one but there website does not work.

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