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Frabill® Bait Baskets

   

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18" x 18"

  • $41.99

  • SKU: 1006477

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24" x 30"

  • $57.99

  • SKU: 1006479

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30" x 30"

  • $82.99

  • SKU: 1006480

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  • Durable 3/8" white nylon mesh
  • Velcro lid closures
  • Convenient design

Frabill’s Bait Basket is an easily transported container perfect for keeping bait, or for storing your game fish. This durable Bait Basket features 3/8" soft white nylon mesh that offers more comfort than mesh cages or metal boxes. Outfitted with a VELCRO® brand closure latch lid to keep the restless inhabitants from escaping from this convenient storage system.

Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by horrible product I used the product four times. I was careful to dry basket before I stored it in my basement. It has become totally useless. The fabric in the net is falling off the frame. I sent an e-mail to Frabill company and they failed to respond. August 4, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by WASTE OF MONEY Fabric is to soft. Turtles ripped a hole in it overnight and ate all my bait. June 20, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by alewive keeper I fish the piers a lot around lake michigan in MI, IN, and WI, and often keep smelt, alewives, and shad after capturing them with a cast net. this is a handy device to keep them off the pier, in the water..... and lively. most folks capture them and keep them on the pier in buckets, where they quickly die. This is the easy, transportable answer. it packs up well with the rest of my stuff and is well worth the money. June 15, 2007
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