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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.

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Saved my marriage! This lure retriever saved my marriage! I think after preparing for another trip into the wild north of Canada that if I had to buy one more lure my wife of over 20 years would have left me and the fish I caught but not happening now because for the first time I did not lose one single lure in over 6 days of fishing. This retriever worked perfectly and we got braver and braver as time went on with our casts and trolling not to mention jigging but neither of us lost a lure-that is a first. After last year I had to refit my tackle box and now this year I have almost no reason to go shopping again. Thank God it is almost ice fishing time! I always need new lures and stuff for that type of fishing!:-) August 17, 2011
Good Product Great product--I've only had this a few days and it has already help me retrieve my stuck lures 3 times, so I guess it's paid for itself. The only problem is that the cord gets tangled and twisted easily, so I wrap it around an old line spool to prevent this. You could easily include one with the purchase and save anglers the headache of having to take the time to untangle it. May 21, 2013
Excelent Product I've Saved many crankbaits whit this Lure retriever, worth every penny that i paid. !! June 10, 2014
Opt for the spool/reel version This product works well, but I would *highly* recommend getting the model that has the spool and reel to keep the extra rope under control. I've used it a few times to retrieve some expensive crankbaits, so the retriever works really well, but not easy to handle the length of cordage. I have used the non-reel version. The cord can get easily tangled and knotted during storage, and can be a HUGE mess when trying to use the product to retrieve your lure, you will have cordage everywhere, likely entangled in other fishing equipment on your boat. Unless you like untying knots, opt for the reel encasing. It is worth the money. April 27, 2010
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how much does it weigh ?

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The body is pure lead, so I am guessing about 3-5 oz.
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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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I would say "yes"
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I use tungsten weights with my texas rigged worms. This retriever is very effective. Make sure you are directly over the bait.
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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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I haven't tried it on spinners, but it works on spinnerbaits. I would think it would work fine. It might take a couple extra bounces on the lure, but the momentum should knock just about anything anything loose from the bottom. Just keep the line tight when you send it down and make sure you have enough rope on the retriever. It is easiest if you are directly over the lure or from the opposite direction that you were traveling when you got hung up.
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Yes, it would work very well for inline spinners, esp if they have the traditional treble hook. And, no, you don not "have" to be directly over the lure since the retriever slides down your line to the lure. However, you want naturally to get as close as possible to directly over top of it to increase line tension.
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i would have to say yes to the inline spinner question and no to the directly over it question but it does help!! i would never use it from shore!! won't work!!
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I use it to free all kinds of baits. Make sure you are directly over the bait and have a little slack in your line.
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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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