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DURASNARE

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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James Burroughs

Awesome snare. 5 stars

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Alyda D.
Fun and reliable device!

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

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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.

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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!

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R.C.

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!