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18" x 10"

  • $12.99

  • SKU: 1547855

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24" x 12"

  • $20.99

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These Collapsible Live Bait Traps by Promar® are great for catching smelt, shrimp, minnows, crawfish and just about any other type of live bait. Made of durable polyethylene netting with a spring pop-out design, the Collapsible Live Bait Traps feature dual entrances, a zippered pocket for bait and zippered access to your catch. Promar Live Bait Traps open automatically in one quick step and collapse for easy, compact storage. Hand rope included. Imported.

  • Durable polyethylene netting
  • Dual entrances
  • Spring pop-out design
  • Zippered pocket for bait
  • Zippered access to catch
  • Hand rope included
  • Model TR-501: 18'' x 10''; dual 2-1/2'' entrances
  • Model TR-503: 24'' x 12''; dual 5'' entrances
Promar® Collapsible Live Bait Traps 3 5 2 2
Works Great & Good Value! Been using these traps for the past 5 years w/o a hitch. Seriously catches crawdads like no tomorrow. Bait with catfood and chicken legs. Set them out and get ready for a boil. November 10, 2011
worst purchase ever The Collapsible Live Bait Traps fell apart after two uses. It would be nice to get reimbursed for it. May 1, 2011
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will this simply rot away in saltwater
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Rinse them in freshwater after use and you should have no problems. Remember treat your things good and they will treat you good back.
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Rinse them after every use, cloth will rot- but you can easily get 3+ years out of these. I've had traps for 10 years.
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