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Bass Pro Shops® Cricket Basket or Cricket Tube


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6" x 6"



10-1/2" x 2-1/2"


  • Sturdy wire and durable plastic construction
  • Wire handle
  • Cord handle

Our Cricket Basket and Cricket Tube are two of the best ways to ensure your crickets remain healthy, fresh and ready for the hook. Both the Cricket Basket and Cricket Tube feature sturdy wire and durable plastic construction. The Cricket Basket is equipped with a wire handle, and the Cricket Tube employs a cord handle for easy transport. Both offer easy access to crickets.

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Product I use the basket and the BPS brand is as good as any. Keeps crickets alive and active. Put a little something for them to eat in the bottom and the crickets will last for days. September 10, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works well. I use this all the time fishing when using crickets, it works well, lightwieght - not much more you could ask for in a cricket basket. May 22, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy to get!!! I have used both the basket and tube the tube can be a little tricky to get crickets out but no big problem. on the other hand the basket is so easy it probably will take half an second to get one cricket out. Hope this review helped!! April 9, 2009
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I want to know cuz it would be cheaper thn a bait bucket
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I dont think I would recommend putting minnows in the tube version .
4 years ago
 - Acworth GA
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Probably could put a few little ones in there for a little while. I prefer a plastic container for minnows. It beats them up less than the metal.
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