Telescopic Lure Retriever
- Durable spiral tip
- Firnly holds deeply buried hooks
- Lightweight aluminum pole
- Anodized finish
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by JMartin Worth The Money I would recommend this product to everyone. You can retrieve your lures out of the trees as easy as you can the water. If you ever had to break limbs to get you crank bait out of teh trees, then you got a major mess in your boat. This eliminates that mess. April 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bahhumbug Well worth the expense As expensive as baits have gotten this product will pay for it self many times over. March 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by jself4bama Pays for itself Already saved a couple of crankbaits and a football jig. Like the title indicates I will have covered the cost very soon. August 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by jetson Great buy I used this on my favorite lake and it save me $20.00 by getting my lures back. Great investment! August 6, 2012
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A:58" retrackted, 18' extended.It has 4 compression fitting and will lock down any length in between.
A:Each section can be locked wherever you need it. I seldom need the top section. It is 53 inches long
A:yes it can be used at different settings with the twist locks.
A:Each section can be locked at various lengths.
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A:It locks at different lengths. When it is not used it is about 4-5 ft.
A: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.
A:Yes you can lock it down on any length of the sections that twist lock.
Top 500 Contributor
A: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.
A:It CAN be locked in individual sections. Shortest length is about 5 ft.
Top 100 Contributor
A: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
Details:The spiral head pulled off while retrieving a lure.
Top 1000 Contributor
A: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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