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Bass Pro Shops Collapsible Fish Baskets

   

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Black

19" x 30"

Jumbo Fish Basket

  • $16.99

  • SKU: 262495

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Black

13" x 18"

Fish Basket

  • $8.79

  • SKU: 262498

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Black

14" x 24"

Boat Clamp Fish Basket

  • $12.99

  • SKU: 262497

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The Bass Pro Shops® Collapsible Fish Baskets are high-performing and incredibly convenient. Available in a variety of sizes, the Fish Baskets are made tough to keep fish and to help keep catch-thieving critters out. Since the baskets collapse, they can be stored virtually anywhere without taking up much space.

Standard Fish Basket
13" diameter, height 18" and 3/4" mesh. World's most famous fish basket. Finest quality.

Boat Clamp Fish Basket
14" diameter, height 24" and 3/4" mesh. Features steel clamp that allows fisherman to quickly attach or remove basket from boat.

Jumbo Fish Basket
19" diameter, height 30" and 3/4" anodized wire. A great live box for bass. Spring-loaded access gates at top and bottom for easy loading and unloading.

Bass Pro Shops Collapsible Fish Baskets 4.1 5 51 51
its a keeper I clean my fish in the lake (gaters like it that way) some times I do not have my lemit so I keep them over night in my basket. the next morning before I leave the marina its back in the live well. When fly fishing it strays in the bow with me. Its a long way to the live well, makes keeping bluegill easy.If anything happens to my basket I will order a new one that night. I live in a fish camp in Florida and fish 5&6 days week. July 3, 2010
Baskets will Last I Purchased a Small Floating Basket A While Back,It's been a life saver for My Fishing Trips But as with any fishing gear one must take the time to take care of it, the other reviews complained about rust, well the first thing i do when i get off the lake is put my fish on ice in a separate cooler & hang my Basket up to completly dry before storing it away & before my next trip I check my Basket for rust,holes,or broken lids or springs, to this day Ive never lost a fish in this basket & ive been fishing for close to 35 years, Iam moving up to a jumbo basket cause it holds a lot of panfish & most important IT DOES'NT SINK, take care of your gear & it Will Take care of you. August 6, 2007
Large Collapsible fish basket - rust out I leave my fish basket in a shallow - very warm water lake - for month's at a time. This basket was in the water about 3.5 months and I lost a 3 lb catfish - before I noticed a large hole in the side - due to rust. Apparently the fish had better eyes than I do :) (or it pushed on a small hole and made it bigger) Then found several more holes in the bottom which explained why I felt I had about 16 Bream on a previous fishing trip - to only find 10 fish in the basket. I know the water in this shallow lake gets 'hot' but I expected the basket to last longer. Now have built a fishing pen - since I can't find a 'plastic' basket July 4, 2006
Rust Rust Rust In less than a year this product was totally rusted out and useless. The hole that rusted in it allowed some nice fish to escape before I even noticed it. When I ordered this item, it was listed in the catalog as being of aluminum. (which was why I ordered that particular one - since aluminum does not rust.) However, it was clearly carbon steel instead of aluminum. At least the catalog now mentions that it is carbon steel. Ordinary steel is not an appropriate material to make fish baskets out of as the fine wire will rust away in no time at all. Fish baskets should really be made of stainless steel. June 15, 2006
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You have to think of the size bait your using. If your using shiners/minnows then most likely they will escape but if your using something like mid-large size shad then it will be fine.
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Thank you for your question. It would depend on the size of the bait. The mesh holes are 1/2"-3/4". I would recommend the Floating Fish Basket if you decide to use it for this purpose.
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does this catch fish or is it for raising fish?
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This product is used to store the fish you have caught temporarily. Not intended for raising fish.

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its an alternative to stringers. you catch the fish and store them in this basket until you are ready to leave. major benefit to this is its 99% turtle proof, and used properly 99% escape proof
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Its made to keep your live fish in after you've caught them.
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