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B 'n' M Fishing Slabmaster Crappie Saver Fish Scale

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Product Description

The B 'n' M Fishing Slabmaster Crappie Saver Fish Scale is a must have for any crappie angler. Tired of your crappie not fitting into your checker? Have you ever wondered the age of your crappie? How much does it weigh? Whether you are a tournament fisherman or casual fisherman, this crappie checker is for you. After years of exhaustive research and record-keeping, Ronnie Capps has designed the ultimate checker that will be the Last Crappie Checker you will ever need.

Oversized Design: Current crappie checkers on the market have one major flaw: they simply aren't big enough! BnM's oversized checker allows measurement up to 16 inches.

Air Bladder Deflation Guide: Keeping your fish alive until tournament weigh in is a challenge. Your best bet is to deflate the air bladder. But, where is the air bladder? Easy: Simply place your crappie into the Slabmaster Crappie Saver, and measure the length. Keeping the fish properly aligned in the checker, take your length measurement and correspond it to the ADG. Insert a needle (at a 45 degree angle), and press. The air bladder is deflated, and the fish wins you that coveted championship. Made of extremely durable ABS plastic.

Estimated Weight: Beside your length measurement you will find the approximate weight of your fish.

Estimated Age: Estimate the age of your fish based on years of exhaustive research. You'll be surprised at how long it takes a crappie to reach 3 pounds!

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