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Bass Pro Shops Digital Fish Scale with Culling System

   

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The Bass Pro Shops® Digital Fish Scale with Culling System stores up to nine replaceable weights in memory, so you can ''cull'' your catch throughout the day. Backlit display enables readability from any angle, saving time. Accurate to .022 lb./.010 kg., this scale includes tare function and ''auto-off'' after three minutes. Culling system includes nine color-coded clips, log book with wax pencil, and a storage case that keeps it all together. Uses 3 AAA alkaline batteries (not included).

  • Stores up to 9 replaceable weights in memory
  • Backlit display
  • Includes tare function and auto-off
Bass Pro Shops Digital Fish Scale with Culling System 3.2 5 21 21
Works Great I purchased this at the local Bass Pro about 2 years ago. Works fine. Maybe some of these people writing reviews need to read the manual. I dropped mine in the lake today and it stayed under water about 30 minutes. Went back and found it and when I got home, I took it apart and took hair dryer and dried it out. Works fine. As for the hook being too small, take a coat hanger and cut about 8 inch piece and put a loop in one end to hang on scale and bend the other end for a hook. Real simple fix. Also my batteries will last a good 6 months. Hope this helps someone. April 11, 2014
terrible I purchased this scale last spring before our season started and chose this one because it included the culling system. After about 5 tournaments, most of the cull markers had broken. the plastic would strip and break allowing the screw to fall out. As far as the scale itself, it works fine, when it works. it never comes on when you push the power button but it beeps constantly coming on and off on its own. DIgital scales are useless unless they work when you need them to. I definitely would have returned this item if i could have found my receipt and would not have had to drive 2 hrs to the store. January 29, 2013
Scale/Culling System Bought this scale with high hopes.. After using it for the first time I quickly realized it would be the last. Totally inaccurate, This thing is trash.. January 16, 2015
BPS Scale I've only used this in one tournament but like what I see so far. The only change I would like to see is a sharper hook. May 1, 2010
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Can you select 5 fish or 7 fish to cull or do you have to go to 9?
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I think 7 but im not sure, would have to look at it.
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You can do any number. If your limit is 5, and you catch a fish to cull, just keep that weight, and then erase the lowest weight. Press undo and the weight you want to erase at the same time. The clear scale will start to flash. Press it, and the lowest weight will erase.
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