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Bass Pro Shops E-Z Lure Retriever

   

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Rescues all lure types—-even live bait rigs. Unique design of the Bass Pro Shops® E-Z Lure Retriever takes it easily past sinkers and hardware. For lures too well snagged to be bounced free, the chains will entangle the hooks, allowing you to pull the lure free. Includes 30’ cord.

E-Z Lure Retriever 4 5 58 58
Almost a Good Product Lure retriever itself is great. The cheap string they put on it is terrible as well as the way they connect the string to the retriever. It broke on me the first time I used it and I lost the retirever. I bought another one and modified it so that I can use some heavy duty cord that will not break. July 24, 2012
Will pay for its self Got two of these, one for each boat. Should have done this years ago. They will earn their cost back the second time you use one. July 24, 2012
Top Knocker I have used a variety of home-made and commercial plug retrievers and this is by far the best (easiest to use and most effective). The only thing that would improve it would be a larger hole at the line tie so I could attach it to the anchor-rein cord on my boat June 25, 2012
Great product Great little addition to the tackle box. So far it has rescued every lure I have sent it after. The only problem I have had with it is the factory knot at the end of the retriever was kinda lose but this was a easy fix June 22, 2012
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About 3 ozs.
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i am very new at fishing for bass sorry if is a stupid ?
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It works for me .
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yes this woks on worms the worms might get beat up a little but you will retrieve your rig.
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Absolutely, but must be in a boat to get over top of it.
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Maybe occasionally but really its meant for crankbaits with treble hooks . One suggestion I have for anyone is that I put mine on an old ambassador c3 55 and just lately I put the reel on a broke in the middle heavy action rod . Works great and worked really good on the reel without the rod too but it does the job easier now on the broke rod . It will often times bend hooks or split rings but they are replaceable for cheaper than the whole lure for sure . I love mine and fish stumps and brush piles with a lot of confidence . Having it has made me a better fisherman for sure . In my opion this is must have equipement for fishermen on budjets like me . Good luck and tight lines .
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i have not used it on plastic worms, but i can tell you it has worked for me on crankbaits, and i have used it on spinners, i dont see why it wouldn't work on plastics.
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yes it works within-line spinners and you don't have to be directly over the lure
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yes it works on spinners, and no you dont need to be right over the lure. it may be a little heavy for light line tho, i run 10lb line and had no problem. it has worked well for me.
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look...from what i have read this is more trouble than its worth
I dont recommend leaving your snags out in nature...if your like me get in the water and go get it...and if your not gonna than dont buy $20 lures when you could be buying XTS series and catching more fish
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It will retrieve nothing. It is a waste of money. Save your money and buy a retriever on an extension pole when you can. My friend has one and it actually works well.
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it will take some finess but it retieve an in line spinner and yes you need to be directly over it or your line will sag and trap the retriever mid way
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yes it will (it will be a little harder than to rescue a crankbait) and no you dont have to be directly over the lure but sure it helps.
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