Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Deluxe Tourney Culling System
The XPS® Deluxe Tourney Culling System comes complete with 7 multicolored plastic floats that won't chip or break, a nylon-coated stainless steel chain and all stainless hardware for a long lifespan. Includes chart and marking pen to help you keep track of the fish in your livewell, as well as their weights.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Melbournenetmaster Great Product! I've been using my tourney culling system for about 3 years now. They still function as well as when I bought them and look pretty good for 3 years of being thrashed around in a live well. The only complaint seems to come from my tournament partners...it seems they want me to keep a set in the boat for them. I'm going this weekend to add a second set to my invenotry on the boat. February 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by SkeeterZX200 Nice Product Great for tourney fishing, lets you easily pull fish from the livewell to see which one to cull but I will be upgrading to the Ardent Smart Cull System because with it you weigh the fish turn the dial and with this one you weigh the fish and write it down on a pad, if you have to weigh the fish why worry with having to keep up with the pad and marker November 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 Great product! My husband loves the culling system for his Tuesday evening tournaments. Makes the culling go much faster so he can keep his line in the water. June 15, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by rg2452 Culling System The clips work great, the floats seem to stay under water, would like to see them more boyant August 9, 2011
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Details:How is one supposed to attach the clip to a fish?
A:You can run it through the gill to keep from puncturing the fish, but in my experience, this brings the death toll way up. I normally just punch mine through the hole my hook made if there is one. If not, I make my own hole as close to the fish' lips as possible. The hole will heal and I very rarely get a dead fish by clipping them that way.
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