Telescopic Lure Retriever

   

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Size Quantity Price & availability

Black

5' - 12'

Black

6'6" - 18'

  • Durable spiral tip
  • Firnly holds deeply buried hooks
  • Lightweight aluminum pole
  • Anodized finish
You've paid too much money to just let your snagged lures stay put without attempting to retrieve them! This handy Telescopic Lure Retriever is designed with a durable spiral tip which firmly holds deeply buried hooks. The sturdy, adjustable pole is made from lightweight aluminum and sports a durable black anodized finish.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 55 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Heavy! Works as advertised and seems well made but it is very heavy. I ordered the 6'6" - 18' model and it telescopes four different times, meaning it has four different metal poles all inside one another until you extend them. Very heavy. When you have one foot one trolling motor trying to hold you in the perfect spot, balancing on the other foot and holding rod in one hand while trying to keep the line tight you only have one had to use the lure retriever. Then if you need more length and have to extend it you have to set your rod down because it requires two hands. Oh, and it telescopes out from the bottom end so if you find you need just a little more length you have to pull the whole thing out of the water to extend it. Improvements could be lighter material and ability to extend with one hand from the handle end. In the end it does work well when you can use two hands or you have a partner to help you. Seems sturdy and I expect it to last a long time. April 4, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not well made This retriever works, but it isn't very well made. I haven't used it but once so far, but I can foresee it not lasting to long when I have to dig a 6XD with Mustad heavy duty's on it out of a tree in 18 ft. of water. Its pretty flimsy and the plastic that controls the extensions is cheap and hard. March 3, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by A good product This is a life-saver - I have retrieved so many hooks that got stuck with this thing. December 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Handy to have First time out I used it twice to retrieve crank baits so it will not take long to pay for it at this rate! November 20, 2013
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5 years, 4 months ago
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 - Austin, TX
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58" retrackted, 18' extended.It has 4 compression fitting and will lock down any length in between.
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Each section can be locked wherever you need it. I seldom need the top section. It is 53 inches long
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yes it can be used at different settings with the twist locks.
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Each section can be locked at various lengths.
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3 years, 8 months ago
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 - Westpoint Lake Ga.
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It locks at different lengths. When it is not used it is about 4-5 ft.
3 years, 10 months ago
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 - Grand Lake, OK
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Mine locks at any length. You just have to extend it out to the length that you need and twist the locks down tight. It can reach 17-18 feet and is about 5-6 feet long when not in use. It should be able to fit inside any rod locker and stay out of the way when laying on the casting deck.
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Yes you can lock it down on any length of the sections that twist lock.

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Mdn Austin, it can be locked at whatever lenght you need out to 18ft, and its close to 4 1/2 ft when fully collapsed.
I would reccomend tapping over the brad near the front end and don't use it to retrieve lures you can't see. The curly-que end bends easily under very little pressure.
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It CAN be locked in individual sections. Shortest length is about 5 ft.
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 - Roll Tide, Alabama
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Yes, it has about 5 twists to get to full legnth but you just need to adjust it to the legnth you need. The longer one starts 6 1/2, and the smaller one starts at 5 feet
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 - Bloomington, IN
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Yes the lure retrieves lock in place. Both telescope down to around four feet.
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The spiral head pulled off while retrieving a lure.
5 years, 7 months ago
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 - Northern Kentucky
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BASS PRO STANDS BEHIND WHAT THEY SELL . IF THAT'S NO HELP TRY THE LOCAL HARD WARE.INVENT ONE. YOU COULD IMPROVE THE DESINE.
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You can't. Return it.
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