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Catch-and-Release Tape Measure

   

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60" waterproof Catch-and-Release Tape Measure fits anywhere.

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can't beat the price This is a nice tape for a buck. It is compact, so it does not take up a lot of space. February 15, 2009
Tape Measure This is a great tape measure. It takes up very little room and locks in the pulled out position. It is really good for measuring the girth of a bass that you want to release. September 11, 2006
Nice & simple I have 5 of these. I keep one in each of my tackle bags and one on my boat. I like that the tape stays out until you push the button to retract it back in. The tape is clearly marked and easy to read, this makes measuring fish very simple. The soft tape also makes it the easiest way to measure girth. In a catch and release situation, this is the fastest way to get critical dimensions and get the fish back in the water. I recommend these very highly. February 19, 2011
.99 cents what a deal This is only .99 cents. Lets not look at this as some kind of 10 dollar tape measure. Buy one for each tackle box ya have. They are small, the work. Ya can't beat the cost for what ya get. March 7, 2008
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No it does not. Only measures the length of the fish
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No you have to take the length and girth then put the data into a fish calculator if you want the weight. This is only a tape measure.
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No, it simply just tells you the length.
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No, it's only a mesure tape
3 years, 8 months ago
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nothing is marked on it for weight. but if you can weigh say a 17" bass like i did and found that is 2 3/4 lbs. then you could make a guess at the weight
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Length alone cannot estimate the weight of a fish. A number of things such as, length, width, circumference, and meat density are required to accurately estimate a correct weight.
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nope. Its just a tape measure. You have to calculate the fish weight yourself.
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