Weed Ripper | Aquatic Weed Pulling Tool
- 4 ft (stub handle) Works best for primarily throwing and retrieving.
- 7 ft Handle - Includes Stub Handle + Pistol Grip Handle
- 11 ft Handle - Includes above + 4 ft extension
- 15 ft Handle - Includes above + two x 4 ft extensions
(all options include 25 ft Rope)
- The Weed Ripper features a 3 foot wide heavy duty aluminum head.
- handle choices: 4 ft - 7 ft - 11 ft - 15 ft
- The unique curved handle grip makes it easier to pull dense loads with less effort.
- Comes with a 25 ft rope allowing you to cut and pull weeds by tossing out and retrieving.
This works great. I can get a lot done in a small amount of time. It’s a great tool and highly recommend it.
This is the best tool I have run across for removing milfoil from my river (The Pend Oreille). I have used other contraptions in the past, but this marvelous and simple rake does the job better than any other. The tines are spaced apart properly, the height of the tines higher than the competitors, and the thickness of the metal is the best out there. I had my reservations when viewing the pictures, but when opening the package and finally getting it into the water, I was convinced that this was the best. Do not be fooled by wider, 4' models as you have to be able to pull all the weed mass out of the water and anything wider than the WEED RIPPER will leave you straining, worn out, and constantly realigning the tines (as the competitors tines are not as thick as the WEED RIPPER). This tool merits a 5 STAR rating in my opinion.
Works real good with just the stub handle and rope
I gave this product as a gift to my dad that lives 3 hours from me. I can’t give a review for myself but I can say my dad loves it.
Product works great. Purchased the longest handled version and am able to mix and match sections (including capacity to throw out a 4’ section on a rope) to progressively cut through deep thick pond weeds. The flat angle of slicer works great when navigating pond’s floor...doesn’t get caught on rocks. Retrieves large swathes of pond grasses. Am still working through the best strategy for dumping pond grass off tool vs pulling off with hand, but have some ideas. Neighbors who have other tools have come over to see this in action and we’re really impressed with how well it works on our shared pond. Thank you for thinking outside box when designing!
We spent the summer waiting for the weed ripper to be available again. Living in Colorado itâ€™s difficult to find pond tools locally. This was our last hope for removing weeds in our pond. The weed ripper worked perfectly and quickly removed a summerâ€™s worth of weeds that we couldnâ€™t control any other way. Highly recommended.