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Premium Saltwater Fishing Tackle

R&R Tackle, established in 2001, is a family business owned by Ray and Charmain Rosher. We manufacture meticulously crafted affordable fishing products. Made from high quality materials, every product was designed by Capt. Ray Rosher with the input of his Pro Staff and fellow crewmen. 
Ray's professional fishing career began in 1979.  His saltwater fishing experiences on his home waters of South Florida, on the Great Barrier Reef and in Bermuda, Africa, Central America, the Caribbean, Canada, New England, California, and the Gulf of Mexico give him a broad understanding of many fisheries and the huge importance of high quality tackle. Ray has won over 30 billfish tournaments in the US and other countries. 
All of our products are tested aboard our Miss Britt Charters Sportfishing Fleet and by our worldwide Pro Staff. Our premium line of tackle is used around the world and is constantly updated and improved from all that use it. We invite feedback from all anglers in an effort to constantly improve our products.
From Our Tackle Box to Yours, R&R Tackle products are the affordably priced, premium quality tackle you can depend on for years to come.

R&R Tackle Kiteclips, and Sabikis with Capt. Ray Rosher - Miss Britt Charters, Miami Florida from MiamiFishing.com

Product Reviews

R2 Outrigger clips

Ray,

 

I just wanted to thank you for taking the time out of a busy lifestyle to develop some of the greatest tackle ideas that we have all wanted and needed to improve our fishing techniques.As a tournament angler I can attest to to the success since winning a few trolling tournaments over the years that your R2 outrigger clips are the finest in the industry.  The invention of your clips self aligning  in the outrigger along with the larger and higher quality release pin have reduced the resistance of the line going thru the clip tremendously and gives the angler not only a better feel for the bite but a smoother drop back.  It only makes sense when you see how the clip rotates so the least amount of line is coming in contact with the release pin.  Keep it up even the little things are what makes our fishing more enjoyable! 

 

Scott Levin 

March 12, 2021 by Nicely Built