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#11645421 - 06/03/16 03:06 PM Scales
jhall239 Offline

Registered: 10/02/15
Posts: 108
Loc: Hemphill,TX/Jonesboro,LA
I had a real good day last weekend,first day like that in a while for me. I am guessing I caught one 8-9 lbs and then a 6-7 plus got my line broke to boot. It was too far to carry them to be weighed and then back to where I caught them to be released so I just am guestimating the weight. Largest was just over 23-1/4" didn't measure the other
I caught a nice fish on Fork last year as well just under the slot and didn't have scales to weigh her, so...

What portable scales you folks are hauling around?
Skeeter 20-I 250 HPDI

#11645582 - 06/03/16 04:11 PM Re: Scales [Re: jhall239]
Ken A. Offline
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Registered: 10/02/06
Posts: 9121
Loc: Trophy Club, TX
If you want rugged and last forever, buy a 15# set of Boga-grips. They are accurate to within .25 of a pound.

If you want the ultimate in portable accuracy buy a set of Cull M Rites. They are Dead Nuts on.

#11645587 - 06/03/16 04:14 PM Re: Scales [Re: jhall239]
ToadThrower Offline

Registered: 06/29/07
Posts: 382
Loc: Arlington, TX
I carry this one in the boat and a check it stick

my bass club uses measure only results for our tournaments the sheet linked below will give you a pretty close weight on average based on length..

#11645764 - 06/03/16 06:08 PM Re: Scales [Re: ToadThrower]
Ken A. Offline
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Registered: 10/02/06
Posts: 9121
Loc: Trophy Club, TX

Those weights look pretty close to me. Much better than some I've seen.


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