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Boga Grip™ Fishing Tool

   

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  • $249.99

  • SKU: 988655

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  • $124.99

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  • Simplifies the landing, handling and weighing of most fresh and saltwater fish
  • Great for fish up to 60 lbs.
  • Compact enough for wade or surf anglers

The Boga Grip Fishing Tools are high-quality fish landing, handling, and weighing tools. Encompasses the lower jawbone of most fresh and saltwater fish, including toothy pike and barracuda to make landing and weighing fish up to 60-lbs. quick, easy and safe. The Boga Grip Tools are compact enough for wade or surf fishermen and are perfect for catch-and-release photos. Simple one-handed operation. Stainless steel construction resists corrosion. 15-lb. model weighs in 1/4-lb. increments and 30- and 60-lb. models weigh in 1/2-lb. increments.

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best is Boga... Love this thing...used the 30LB and 15, on fish up to 45-50 lbs... works so well... September 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best purchase ever Perfect for peacock bass!!! I would recommend this product to all fishermen July 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Item Have gotten other cheaper fish scales that don't work and/or are inaccurate. This sturdy gripper and scale is definitely well built and durable. Should last for many years to come. September 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great product I bought this product for my annual fishing trip to Canada. There is nothing cheap about the construction of the Boga Grip. My fishing partner and I boated numerous walleye and northern with the Boga. Including several Northern over 30". Once that Boga closes they do not get off. Much better alternative to netting the fish and getting the fish and hooks tangled in the net. September 16, 2013
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Is it water proof?

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If I drop it in the water, is it ruined? I wade when I fish most of the time.
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 - Jeffersonville, In.
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Mine have been dunked in saltwater and not rinsed for hours and they are both as good as new!
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I have gotten mine wet and still works great
Dropped in lake,rained on overnight
Made of Stainless Steal so i just dried it best i could and that was it no problems
1 year, 2 months ago
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 - Yellowknife NT. Can.
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Not to worry. The Bogagrip is impervious. I use them year in and year out in a saltwater environment on a charter boat. Pricey but well built.
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I mostly wade fish in the Texas bays and I like to pack light and although most of the trout and reds I catch are less than 10 lbs you never know when you might get lucky with an over size red or even a tarpon .
2 years, 4 months ago
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 - Palacios TX
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The Boga Grip will handle the larger fish but the scale increments are smaller on the 15. We have hauled 60# fish into the boat with the 15 if that is your concern.
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 - Fort Lauderdale, FL
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I would get the 30 lb., since they are the same price and approximately same weight.
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Its been a few months, but I would strongly recommend the 30 lb, which i have had forever! I've caught 30 lb reds which I released, but the Boga is a great way to secure them before the release.

Your area has always interested me. i live in Southeast Florida and have a fabulous peacock bass pond that i have a jon boat on. Wanna trade Texas reds and trout for Florida peacocks?!
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15 lb weighs 1 lb. 30 weighs more. They also don't show weighed oz accurately. They're better at their intended lipping job.
2 years, 3 months ago
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 - Alberta Canada
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worth it???

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i am looking at buying a boga grip but am wondering if it is really worth the money. i know it is very good and good quality but is it worth it for someone who weekend fishes or shpould i get a knock of ?
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You get what you pay for!
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 - Fort Lauderdale, FL
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No question, this product is it; even for "casual" use!
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I live in Yellowknife NT. Canada. Not only am i a weekend fisherman ,but can only fish for about 4-5 months a year and i bought the 60lbs ones. I am wondering why i waited so long to get them. Yes it is worth it Knock off's are exactly that Knock off's not only a waste of money but they suck to ,only way to go is the Boga way
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 - Yellowknife NT. Can.
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That's a question that only you can answer. I suspect that to be sensible, you should pick up a knock-off.
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Yes, well worth the money
1 year, 4 months ago
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 - Sulphur, Louisiana
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Your decision but--- a fake rolex looks great for the first week. then you realize that you should never get a fake. Wait until you can affor the real thing.

20 years and it looks like new. Figure out what it cost me per year!
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If you can afford it, get it. Cardinal fishing gear rule #1. With these things you really do get what you pay for. I've had the cheap ones and they don't measure up. The key to the boga is that it spins easily and locks with the weight of the fish. It is high quality and will last forever in salt and freshwater as long as you clean it every once in a while. Most of the cheaper ones don't spin, are cheaply made, etc etc.

I got mine for toothy critters like Pike and some salt water species. I don't use it if I don't have to though. It can cause damage to the fish's mouth buy hoisting it up. I use a digital scale for more accuracy and weigh the fish in the net in general to be nice to the fish that you want to catch again in the future.
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Not in my opinion but ask Boca.
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As it is a spring, a lighter spring will be more accurate with smaller weights. Unless you're planning on some over 15lbers on a regular basis, the 15lb would be more accurate.
3 years, 5 months ago
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It won't be. You can send it to them in Dania Beach, FL (Ft. Lauderdale) for certification. You can also send it after you get that trophy catch!
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Check the boga grip website.
2 years, 11 months ago
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As you probably know, Boga Grip makes each model in IGFA Certified and standard. The certified models are obviously more expensive and harder to find. You don't see them for sale thru many retailers because of the price. The Boga Grips here at Bass Pro sell for the standard non-certified price and are not marked IGFA. Call Bass Pro and ask a customer sevice rep about this, they may have them availiable through one of their World Wide Sportsman/Offshore Angler locations.
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Check the Boga Grip website. If it is, then all Boga Grips (the actual bogas) are no matter where you buy them from.
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Neither the manufacturer nor Bass Pro sends the boga grip to IGFA for certification. The consumer can send his/her BogaGrip to IGFA (954-927-2628 Dania Beach, FL) where they can certify it for world-record catches.
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 - Durban South Africa
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the larger sized one that i have has both the kgs and lbs , one listed down one side of the scale and the other listed on the opposite side.
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Engraved in lbs. only. Contact Estaboga to see if kg version is available.
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NO but the ECONSCALE has kgs.
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The ones i have are lbs only. Haven't seen the option for Kgs.
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