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Fish trap link

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I bought the link for my x2, and the only links that were available had voyager and yukon on them. The yukon said it fits the x2, but when I zipped it on, there was about 7 in of extra zipper. Has anyone else seen this or let me know what the deal is.

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When I bought the Link for my Voyeaguer, Clam told me I could use it to link to a Yukon, I would just have a little extra, but it would work just fine. HAve tried it once seems to work fine.

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Yeah, it works, but I was assuming the zippers would be the exact same length on the link as they are on the house. Do they even make a link that says x2?

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I have a Yukon and have linked to both a X2 and 5600, with zippers being the right length. There are two sizes, you probable have #2 which is too big for you X2.

1. Connects to Fish Trap X and X2, Clam 5600’s and Fish Trap Yukons with Trap-Link

2. Connects to Clam 6800’s, Sleepers and FishTrap Voyagers with Trap-Link

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yeah, I am wondering if they got messed up at the factory. It says it fits the x2 on the packaging and says yukon on the link itself, so it just doesnt make sense.

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Just received an email from Clam, there is a mis-print on the packaging, and the Voyager link is the one that connects to the X2 not the Yukon. I appreciate all of the help, i will be exchanging my link. I bet they have a lot of people running into this problem, being that the packaging is wrong!

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I am amazed they did not come up with a unversal Trap Linke design that would work on all their shacks. Would have made a lot more sense IMO, and made the config options much more flexible for hooking Clams together.

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no, can't do that because the Guide/Pro/2000? does not have enough room on the back for the opening size of voyager.

The link for voyager/x2/6800 can fit Yukon/5600, just a little long but still fit.

The link for Yukon/5600 can fit Guide/Pro, just a little long.

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