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Rapala Sportsman's 50-lb. Digital Fishing Scale

   

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Quick, precise weights right from your boat! This Rapala® Sportsman's™ Fishing Scale has a large digital display with a tare weight, making it ideal for tournament situations. Also features a 500-hour battery life with indicator, a 4-minute automatic shutoff function and stainless steel hook. Uses one 9V battery (not included).

  • Large digital display
  • 500-hour battery life
  • Automatic shut-off
Rapala Sportsman's 50-lb. Digital Fishing Scale 3.8 5 37 37
Great Product Works great. Auto shut off is a great thing to have. January 29, 2011
Weigh the options For the price, this scale is well worth it. It has quite a few options for a digital scale at this price. I own two...one in the boat and one I keep on the porch for when I do some quick fishing from shore near the house. This scale is very easy to use, has large numbers that will show up on photographs, is lightweight and relatively durable. The auto-off feature is great for when you get caught up in that high adrenalin picture taking and high-fiving tradition after a lunker has been landed and forget to turn off the scale after using it. In conclusion, this scale works, maybe even a little better than higher priced models. July 13, 2006
Workhouse, dependable... could be more accurate For the money, this is an excellent scale. It is very dependable. It uses normal batteries (as opposed to lithium). It has features that surprise you for the cost (auto shut-off, multiple fish memory, etc.). The one area it could stand to improve is in accuracy for low weight fish. For example, fish weighing between 0.5 -- 2.0 lbs generally have a range on this scale, so weigh the fish multiple times or use a culling board. Overall though, this is an excellent scale for the price, and I would recommend it to anyone. It cannot be beaten by any scale under $100. July 11, 2006
Difficult I used one of these for 3-4 years before exchanging for a flat scale like you use for food preparation. True, the flat scale is not good for every-day fishing use, but is much better for local 'tournaments.' The Rapala was always touchy, hard to reset, and hard to read after a year or so. If you keep it covered & only use it to measure your own big fish - its OK. July 11, 2006
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From how small of a fish can it measure it weights correctly?
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it can measure as low as ounces
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It will weigh any fish up to 50lbs.
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Yes, you place the hook in there gills from the outside and let the fish hang.
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They can be used many ways. The best way to use them is with weighing bags so you don't harm the fish. If you put it in their gills, you can damage the fish and it may die soon after. If you don't have a weighing bag, I have used just a cheap plastic shopping bag. Place the fish in the plastic bag, then hang it by the handles. A plastic bag doesn't weigh anything, so don't worry about it causing a difference in weight.
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You may put the hook through the gills of the fish or you may place the fish in a weigh bag and then weigh.
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its simple power on then zero out scale then hang fish by gills and find out its weight
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soo my question is is there a way to calibrate these scales if soo id appreciate all the help i can get just got them and was hoping to use them on my next trip
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If you have to replace it, as I did mine, get the Rapala® Touch Screen Digital Fishing Scale. I have the 50# one and it's awesome!
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Per Rapala web site:

All of our digital scales calibrate when turned on and zeroed out (Tare).

http://www.rapala.com/customers/product_information/accessory_information/
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1- press power button for 3 seconds until screen flashes
2-While screen is flushing press the POWER buttom to cycle through the units
When desired units are shown on the display wait until flashing stops. Next time you turn on your scale, the chosen unit will be set as default.
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Hold the power button to turn on. Then click the power button till you come to the preferred unit!
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I own the Rapala® Mini 50 lb. Digital Scale and to change from kg to lbs on mine you have to double click the button when you turn it on. Hope this helps.
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To change to lbs. Press button to turn on, while it is flashing, you press button again, that will change it to lbs. You must do it while it is flashing>
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just push the botton once and it should flash push again and u should be able to change it to lbs and oz
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Hold power button to turn off then repeat turn on. When the #'s blink, hit the power button till you get to the preferred unit!
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I own the Rapala® Mini 50 lb. Digital Scale and when you turn it on, double click the button to change from kg to lb. Hope this helps.
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To change to lbs, press button to turn on, while the display is flashing press button again to change to lbs. If you press a secon time it will take you to tare. You must do this action immediately after you trun it on while it is flashing!
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