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Ian using the 'standard' Devil's Golfball stick clip, which consists of a 20 foot, 2" pipe we found near the base. <br>
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It worked well for this climb but we decided it would be too heavy to haul up any serious routes.
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Brad Brandewie
Feb 23, 2007
Ian using the 'standard' Devil's Golfball stick clip, which consists of a 20 foot, 2" pipe we found near the base.

It worked well for this climb but we decided it would be too heavy to haul up any serious routes.  
Mark P Thomas
Draper
Mark P Thomas   Draper
It is easier if someone stands to the side and instructs the clipper as to how to adjust the height and rotation of the clip stick. We tried clipping it for a good while before doing this, and once trying it, it only took about a minute. Nov 22, 2012
Bryan Gartland
Helena, MT
Bryan Gartland   Helena, MT
The crux of this thing is clipping the godamned chainlink hangers. Sep 12, 2007
A.P.T.
Truckee,Ca
A.P.T.   Truckee,Ca
Now that's a stick clip! May 29, 2007

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Ian using the 'standard' Devil's Golfball stick clip, which consists of a 20 foot, 2" pipe we found near the base. <br>
<br>
It worked well for this climb but we decided it would be too heavy to haul up any serious routes.