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Bass Pro Shops Fish Scale

   

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50 lbs.

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Easy-to-read dial gauge instantly measures weight up to 50 lbs. with impressive accuracy. The Bass Pro Shops® Fish Scale comes with a 38" built-in tape for more features at a great low price.

Bass Pro Shops® Fish Scale 3.3 5 41 41
Scale When I received the scale it was pointing at 46lbs. There is no adjustment to zero it so all I can do is add 4lbs to whatever I'm weighing. I weighed my bags bags with the scale before flying to Canada, it was just as accurate as the airline scales on items over 30 lbs. I never checked the accuracy below 30lbs. Overall you get what you pay for. July 3, 2012
Didn't work for me…. not even close to being accurate..I caught a few 4lb bass and it kept reading under a pound..I used my other scale and a friends and they both said 4lbs.. ..I will be returning it. July 1, 2012
Scale Great for weighing turkey also the tape measure works for beard and spur measurements It is compact May 18, 2012
You get what you pay for I bought this because i didnt have a scale and i didnt have much money to spend. All i can say is that you get what you pay for. I got a 3 ib weight, hung it from the scale, and got 1.5 ibs. It would be great if there were a way to calibrate it, but sadly, there isnt. I dont recommend buying this product. Just spend the extra $ and get a berkley or rapala. May 6, 2012
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Place it right under it's lip in the center.
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If it's one we are keeping we hook the gill slit, usually weigh those after fishing. If we are releasing we put the fish in a lite weight bag.
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Yeah or you can try to get the hook to grip up under his lower jaw. Either way you won't hurt the fish (that much).
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The best way, that I know of, to weigh the fish is to pop the hook through the mouth. Many anglers make the mistake when weighing fish or putting them on the stringer of putting it through the gills. Weighing it through the mouth puts less stress on the fish and has a better chance of survival when released. The hole that you make through the mouth will eventually close shut.
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