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DURASNARE Vinyl Coated 8oz Blue Line Crab Snare

DURASNARE Vinyl Coated 8oz Blue Line Crab Snare

Regular price $20.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $20.00 USD
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  • (1) Custom handmade Dungeness crab snare
  • 8oz of lead integrated into the cage
  • 16 gauge vinyl coated galvanized steel cage
  • Hardened copper-tinned terminals
  • Slim aerodynamic design for long distance casting
  • Installed snap lock to add additional weights if needed for the surf
  • Loops are secured tight on the cage to prevent floppiness from overlapping loops
  • (6) Loops that are snappy with good resets on loop form and Made in USA
  • Packaged flat so loops are not damaged by being tied up for shipping
  • Perfect for catching crab from a fishing pole and for crabbing enthusiasts
  • Snaring is the new innovative way in catching crab from the pier, beach or jetty
  • (1) Instruction manual inside detailing how to use the product, gear and bait recommendations
  • (1) Spare rubberband included
  • Durasnare crab snare will catch you more crab!
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Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
James Burroughs

Awesome snare. 5 stars

Alyda D.
Fun and reliable device!

Had good weight, and cage closed easily to keep in bait and definitely catches crab!

Micki Webber

Really enjoyed and learned a lot at the Waldport hands on presentation. A great option for people who don't have a boat. And also for us seniors since pulling crab traps from the dock gets more and more challenging. Now I can easily crab with my 8 year old Grandson and he can be a more active participant.

Randy M.
Super Fun!

Just got a chance to try my new Durasnare out at the Oregon coast, what a blast!! I own a $100K fishing boat with 8 crab pots that just might sit in the driveway more often. These snares come packaged flat and spread out better than the other snares available. Quality product!


Ordered online on Monday and it was in my mailbox by Friday just in time for me to use on Sunday! Super easy to use, I stuffed the snare with raw chicken and casted it into the waters. I waited about ten minutes and caught one then repeated the steps and caught another. Easy Peasy and I didn't even break a nail! I find crab snaring is easier to do than pulling up pots and it's easier to find a spot on the docks to set up and go!