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Bass Pro Shops Deluxe 72'' Nylon Stringer

   

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6' - 9 Snaps

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72" long stringer. Bass Pro Shops® Deluxe 72'' Nylon Stringer has 9 snaps.

Bass Pro Shops Deluxe 72'' Nylon Stringer 3.5 5 6 6
Perfect for Trout I always use these light weight nylon stringers for trout. The unique locking system makes sure no fish gets off, yet is gentle enough not to tear a fish up and kill it. February 25, 2009
Not Bad I wasn't sure what I would get when I ordered a couple of these, but I was pleasantly surprised at how well they work (with a little getting used to). They don't jangle and clatter like the old metal ones, they're very lightweight, and the clips lock well. I'm not sure I would use one for big catfish, but for most purposes these are more than fine. April 1, 2010
Very Sensible I bought one of these for my friend based on review and was uneasy about the all-plastic construction, but I liked the design so much I bought an extra one for myself. Compared to my old chain stringer, this one is longer, lighter, does not rattle, does not get tangled and actually feels more secure. April 18, 2010
Absolute Garbage! This is the worst purchase i've ever made from Bass Pro. All but one of the clips broke the first time I opened them. The small tab that locks the clips broke in the same spot on all. No way this will hold fish without losing them. Don't waste your money. March 7, 2013
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No. I wouldn't put a bluegill on that stringer. I ordered one last week and most clips broke the first time I opened them. Absolute junk.
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I have had 10# Walleyes and 12# Northern on mine never had a problem.
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snap locks were broken or half broken when purchased so any big fish fell off when i used it
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You should release a 7lb bass. The smaller ones taste better anyway.
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