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Quick Tips For a Healthier Largemouth Bass Release

nick_bass2_c A great article from the Fishing Wire about keeping your bass healthy includes:

Quick Tips:
“Waters offers anglers other tips to keep a largemouth bass alive:

Wet your hands before you touch a fish;
Return the fish quickly to the water if you do not plan to keep it or place it in a livewell; and,
Use a knotless nylon or rubber-coated net instead of a knotted nylon net.

Anglers participating in fishing tournaments can minimize fish mortality by maintaining healthy oxygen and water quality in their livewells. A few ways to do this are:

Knowing the capacity of the livewell and not exceeding a ratio of more than 1 pound of bass per gallon of water;
Running a recirculating pump continuously if more than 5 pounds of bass are in the livewell;
Using aerators or oxygen-injection systems to keep the water’s oxygen level above 5 parts per million (ppm); and
Keeping livewell water about 5 degrees below the reservoir or river temperature by adding block ice.”

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Pro Series: Largemouth Bass Release Ruler

$14.99

  • Graphics designed for photo and release
  • Never guess fish weight again
  • Foldable nose bracket
  • Quick and easy to use
  • Lightweight
  • Premium quality-never buy another ruler
  • ICAST 2015 New Product Showcase Winner
  • The perfect gift for any Largemouth Bass Angler
  • Made in the USA
  • 100% Satisfaction

 

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Product Description

When you weigh-in at the doctor, we all have an optimal average weight based on height. The same principle applies for the Largemouth Bass Release Ruler. The weights are the benchmark from biological data. The only way to get the exact weight is to measure your Largemouth with a certified scale. Even then you’ll want to measure the overall length of your once in a lifetime fish. You might be lucky enough to reach the HUGE section. The Release Rulers contrasting colors were designed to photograph for an easy to read measurement and allow for a quick release. If needed, the Release Ruler is equipped with a nose bracket- just fold and measure. It’s made of a durable, dimensionally stable, waterproof PVC to be used for many years to come. The ruler rolls up easily in any tackle box or boat and needs no batteries. Don’t tell a fish story about your big trophy bass- show your friends and family a Release Ruler fish story. The Release Ruler measures 3 inches by 32 inches. 100% Satisfaction. E-mail us with any questions- info@releaseruler.com

ICAST 2015 New Product Showcase Winner – FishSmart Category

 

 

 

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Largemouth Bass Release Ruler Wins New Product Showcase at ICAST

largemouth-bass_fishing rulerOrlando, FL—The all-new Largemouth Bass Release Ruler has taken a top spot in the FishSmart category of the 2015 ICAST New Product Showcase. The Freshwater Release Ruler provides the estimated average weight of largemouth bass based on length. The contrasting color combinations provide easily readable measurements for a quick release and the ruler is made of durable PVC to stand up to the toughest conditions bass fishermen frequently encounter on the water. The Release Ruler measures 3 inches by 36 inches, is easily stowed, can be moved from boat to boat or taken on a trip.

“The purpose of this product, as with all Release Rulers, is to allow anglers to gain an accurate estimation of a fish’s weight so they can be released to fight again,” says Release Ruler founder Dale Wills. “And while we have rulers for all the popular saltwater species, we believe that the Largemouth Bass ruler may surpass them all in terms of popularity with anglers around the world.” Wills says the rulers are based on scientific growth charts and are also customizable for easy branding and photo verification.

The ICAST New Product Showcase recognizes the top products in the marine industry in a variety of categories. It’s the world’s largest annual trade show for the marine industry.

For more information visit www.releaseruler.com or email info@releaseruler.com.

 

Contact: Dale Wills

Phone: 561-301-3841

Email: info@releaseruler.com