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Bass Pro Shops Fish Scale

   

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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.

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update After useing this scale on 1/3/09 I began checking this scale for accuracy on small stripers a fish buddy and I were catching in deep water on Tawakoni near the dam. in order to get an accurate reading on fish less than a pound the scale has to be held steady which is easily solved by placeing on an overhang on our boat. if you don't want to pay high dollar for a digatal scale which is only needed in termanent fishing in my openion this little beauty is the way to go $6.99. it's light, has a ribbon tape and can be used on any fish. In order not to harm the fishes gills, I did have to sharpen the hanger for the fish on the bottom of the scale. BASS PRO THANKS FOR ANOTHER GREAT ITEM AT A FAIR COST TO THE SPORTSMAN. January 10, 2009
Bass Pro Shops® Fish Scale A great unit for the tackle box. We really liked the hidden tape measurer. In our weighing test with a one gallon jug of water the unit provided an accurate measurement of 8 lbs 8 oz. There are probably more accurate scales out there but they wil come at a much higher price. Overall we thought it provided a good value for the price. June 1, 2013
PRICE IS RIGHT I find this scale is a great value at $7.00, It works great has a ruler, and accurate over one pound. One thing I had to do was sharpen the hook so I wouldn't hurt the fishes gill when I'm catching and releasing January 5, 2009
Bass Pro Shops Fish Scale This is a great product for every fisherman. It works great and its small enough to put any where. But not only does it weight the fish but it also has a tape measure attached to it so you can see how long the fish is. This is an inexpensive tool to use and I love it. so go get ya one. July 15, 2006
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put it through its gills then out its mouth
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It depends on the species. Use the approach that is easiest for you. Could go through the gills or through the hook hole.
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Through the gill
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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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