Offshore Angler™ 10-1/2'' Box Crab Trap
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- Effective and easy-to-use
- Collapsible, box-style crab trap
- Made from steel wire
- Saltwater-resistant black enamel finish
- Comes fully strung and ready for use
- Collapses flat for transport and storage
- Dimensions: 10-1/2'' x 10-1/2'' x 10-1/2''
Catch a delicious crab dinner with the Offshore Angler™ 10-1/2'' Box Crab Trap! Box style crab traps are easy to use and one of the most effective ways to catch crabs. Made from steel wire with a saltwater-resistant, protective black enamel finish, this Box Crab Trap collapses flat for easy transport and comes fully strung and ready for use. Dimensions: 10-1/2'' x 10-1/2'' x 10-1/2''.
Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 10
Rated 5 out of 5 by rbo1 bass pro best bang for the buck
believe me for the price, you cant beat the crab traps i purchased from bass pro.the same one i found on line were twice the price,same trap but more $.i think bass pro.looks out for the public,and gives them the best bang for the buck.THANKS BASS PRO.keep doing what your doing.. r.b.oliver orlando fl..
March 29, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Charlestoncrabhunt not best or worst
It was not hard to set up but directions would have saved me 5 mins. Though after getting set up it was simple to use.
September 28, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by bugzy horrible crab traps
purchased 10 crab traps for a crab trip with father who hadn't gone crabbing in 20 + years. spent too much time fixing the cages, re-stringing the rope through the eye lid, etc. poorly manufactured product in this reviewers opinion. upset that Bass Pro Shop would sell such a junk product. waste of hard earned money.
not recommended for purchase.
August 10, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by littleassassin2 It's alright
Bought this a little while ago. It comes with no instructions but if you look at the picture on this website it's really easy to put together. I advise redoing the strings as they come undone very easily straight out of the box. Also, it doesnt come with a bait hook to put your bait on and hold it suspended in the water. You could also modify it and go to home depot and buy some chicken wire and jerry-rig a bait box and fasten it to the top of the cage.
June 24, 2011
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