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Bass Pro Shops Digital Fish Scale

   

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0-50 lbs.

  • $21.99

  • SKU: 1648821

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The Bass Pro Shops® Digital Fish Scale is accurate to .022 lb./.010 kg. Our economical, easy-to-use scale is ideal for small-tourney anglers and weekenders alike and features a tare function (to zero the unit for weighing in a bag or container). Reads in lbs./oz. or kg. Handy “auto-off” saves power. Uses 3 AAA alkaline batteries (not included).

  • Ideal for small tournament anglers
  • Includes tare function
  • Auto shut-off
Bass Pro Shops Digital Fish Scale 2.9 5 51 51
good so far only used it twice so far but has worked well and seems to be accurate. really easy to use July 2, 2012
Very accurate After throwing out the piece of junk Berkeley digital scale, I bought the Bass Pro Digital. First thing I did was check the accuracy. I had just bought a 5lb 3oz bag of apples and that is exactly what they weighed on the fish scales also. Then I weighed a gallon water...dead on!! As far as the hook being hard to get to hold on a fish, I just filed down one side to make it sharper for penetration thru the fish lip...no big deal. December 12, 2012
inaccurate scale I took an eight pound dumbbell in a plastic bag and put it on the scale and it read it as 3 pounds and some odd ounces, and it read waht had to be about a 3 pound bass as only ounces on the scale. February 7, 2011
worst purchase ever weighed 17 inch bass at .87 pounds, something looked a little fishy February 27, 2010
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This one does not come with a case. The culling version does.

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No case and I have never found it necessary
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I would like one that is up to 15#.
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Goes up to 50# and is very accurate throughout the entire range
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0 to 50 pounds
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1lb.to 50lbs
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1 - 50 lbs.
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This scale has a range of 0-50 pounds.
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