Plastic Handled Fowl Catcher
The newest in fowl catchers, a smooth plastic handle which means no splinters like the old wooden type. The heavy gauge wire shaft and hook is driven into this handle and makes it the most ideal fowl catcher ever produced.
Chickens are related to dinosaurs.
Posted by Thomas Moulton on 8th Feb 2016
If that's true then you could use this fowl catcher to.catch them too. Well maybe not dinosaurs but certainly any thing up to a turkey, not sure about an emu but I'd try it this thing is awesome.
Not too good
Posted by Unknown on 31st Jul 2014
Well, the handle came off after catching maybe 10 birds, so I'll need to glue that. The hook end that bends back towards the user perhaps should be longer, as I lose a lot of chickens that kick back and free their leg. And the wire/rod itself is a bit flimsy, wobbling in all directions as I swipe for a chicken - lightweight, yes, but would prefer a stiffer material for better function.
Hi from Cornerstone. If you heat the rod and push the handle back on to the rod the plastic will melt and that should solve the loose handle problem.