The basic Bag Snagger set includes two 6-foot length fiberglass telescoping poles with the heavy-duty steel Bag Snagger grapnel (pictured above), along with four 6-foot fiberglass extension poles with snap button connectors. It can reach up to 40 feet. The Bag Snagger tool consists of four steel rods in the form of a grappling hook which is attached to a fiberglass telescoping pole and then extended up into a tree or out into an area where litter or debris is located. One of the hooks is sharpened on the inside edge in order to slice a bag which may have wound around a tree branch. The device is then twirled down, winding the bag on the hooks and freeing it from the tree.
Also available is a smaller version of the Bag Snagger—the Pocket Snagger—using 4-foot poles for easier portability and use. A Pocket Snagger Set (8-foot telescoping and four additional extension poles) reaches heights of almost 30 feet.
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