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15'

  • $3.69

  • SKU: 262483

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12'

  • $3.49

  • SKU: 262484

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9'

  • $2.69

  • SKU: 262485

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7'

  • $2.49

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Bass Pro Shops® Heavy-Duty Nylon Fish Stringer are offered in a variety of lengths.

Heavy-Duty Nylon Stringers 4.8 5 9 9
Works great Very easy to use I have the '15 stringer. Just needs a little upkeep the needle and ring from rusting. September 26, 2011
Easy to use light to carry I only use a stringer if a fish is gill hook so this works. Catch an release they get bigger for the next time. July 8, 2011
hold your fish i was a little weary when buying this product cause the spike on it didnt seem deep enough to go in the ground but it was perfect for my big brim and some small catfish.the price is also very low January 25, 2011
Great Bass Stringer This stringer held about 20 lbs of bass for a few hours and none of them seemed weak from it. It is just the right size and length for the fish I caught. I wouldn't reccomend it for brim though, but it's perfect for bass. October 27, 2010
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Depends on how big. 20 lbs go buy a nylon rope and attach a metal lead to it.
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only worn out tired catfish one with some fight left in him defintly no
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