The industry standard since 1970, Folstaf wading staff provides extreme ‘third leg’ support for anglers in rivers and streams.
- ¾” aircraft grade aluminum tubing
- Opens instantly with one hand
- Swage & flare joints for extreme stability
- Cannot collapse
- Heavy duty double shock cord
- Non-slip flotation cork grip
- Tough nylon lanyard with keeper bead
- Carbide safety tip bites rock
- Belt holster included
- Comes in 41”, 50” and 59” lengths
- Lightweight, under 16 oz
- Folds to 10”
- Classic cork grip
- Made in NY, USA
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Rubber cap for metal tip sold separately
All Folstafs fold up to 9” long and come with a black leather holster for your belt. They also have a tether cord with a keeper bead so you can attach them to your waders. Each staff features a cork handle that allows it to float if dropped in the stream and a carbide tip for a sure bite on slippery rocks. A double shock cord system combined with a unique swage and flare joint design makes the Folstaf unfold instantly. All Models are ¾” in diameter.
Choosing Staff Height
The height of your staff depends largely on preference. Some people may prefer their staff to be a little taller and some may prefer a shorter position. We suggest using a tape measure to measure from the floor up to the height of the associated staff length and choose according to your hand position preference.
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Shipping cost for orders between $40- $149.99 is $9.99
Shipping Cost for orders from $150- up is $14.99.
International Orders: Please call Miss Mayfly/Chota at 1-888-204-9227 to place international orders.
Please consult with customer service on appropriate size before ordering. All exchange and return shipping on international orders will be paid by the consumer. International orders are exempt from free shipping and any promotional shipping specials. Payments on all duties, taxes & fees are the consumers responsibility.
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. The wording can be changed as necessary, as long as it communicates that the chemical in question is known to the state to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive harm.