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Tournament scales #13896888 02/21/21 06:43 PM
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So what do y’all use? Need a good scale that has numbering culling system to help keep up with what is in the boat. Thanks!


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The Rapala Touchscreen scale is great.


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This Rapala scale works great for keeping track. It is easy to use, has memory for up to 8 fish, 1-8. It automatically shows which number fish is the lightest, the heaviest, and total weight

Just keep 5 fish in it at a time and use the corresponding numbered cull tag. It will let you know what fish to cull. Just weigh each fish as it’s caught, assign it a number. Easy. When you cull a fish, save the new fishs weight in that numbered spot.

Mines very accurate since it uses a piezo pressure sensor. +\- .5% to most tourney scales used. It’s very accurate from use to use, which is the most important thing.


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Seems rapala is the one to go with! Thanks for the responses


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catch commander... https://catchcommander.com/


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Re: Tournament scales [Re: coachallentca] #13897200 02/22/21 12:45 AM
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catch commander... https://catchcommander.com/

I like the looks of that one a lot! Might have to put it on my short list. M
Thanks for the heads up and link.


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Re: Tournament scales [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13897232 02/22/21 01:10 AM
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This Rapala scale works great for keeping track. It is easy to use, has memory for up to 8 fish, 1-8. It automatically shows which number fish is the lightest, the heaviest, and total weight

Just keep 5 fish in it at a time and use the corresponding numbered cull tag. It will let you know what fish to cull. Just weigh each fish as it’s caught, assign it a number. Easy. When you cull a fish, save the new fishs weight in that numbered spot.

Mines very accurate since it uses a piezo pressure sensor. +\- .5% to most tourney scales used. It’s very accurate from use to use, which is the most important thing.


I’ve been using this one for several years now. Normally spot on when we weigh in 5 fish or big bass on Fork. Pretty accurate scales.

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This Rapala scale works great for keeping track. It is easy to use, has memory for up to 8 fish, 1-8. It automatically shows which number fish is the lightest, the heaviest, and total weight

Just keep 5 fish in it at a time and use the corresponding numbered cull tag. It will let you know what fish to cull. Just weigh each fish as it’s caught, assign it a number. Easy. When you cull a fish, save the new fishs weight in that numbered spot.

Mines very accurate since it uses a piezo pressure sensor. +\- .5% to most tourney scales used. It’s very accurate from use to use, which is the most important thing.


I’ve been using this one for several years now. Normally spot on when we weigh in 5 fish or big bass on Fork. Pretty accurate scales.


Got this same one this past Christmas. Weight is pretty close to my club scale but haven't used the memory feature yet.

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I have been using the Connectscale 3...it culls and seems to work well...


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Re: Tournament scales [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13902078 02/25/21 08:18 PM
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I have this one and love it😀

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