Secure your prize-winning lobster catch with this cleverly designed lobster bag. The Lobster Inn Bag is equipped with a sturdy, tapered PVC lid and handle for easy placement. Once inside, the integrated PVC closing flap deems escape impossible for your catch.
The bag is made entirely out of mesh for easy water drainage and is fabricated with two easy removal options:
1. A zippered enclosure at the base of the bag.
2. A hook and loop strip to secure the base of the bag.
The Lobster Inn Bag is large enough for multiple lobster and is must have for your next catch.
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Comments about Aqua Lobster Inn Bag:
I've had this bag for a while and was using it as a chum-bag which I hung off of the side of my boat with minced fish and it worked Great! However 2 weeks ago I took it on an open water hunt to a reef 14 miles offshore called "The Hump". I dropped in on a nurse shark to my right and a nice size Lobster (4lbs+) to my left. Out came the Green Stick, got him and found that I had to do quite a bit of fitting to get him Through the mouth of the bag. Two kicks and a bigger Lobster (6-8lbs) was basically just standing there in the open. Again, Green Stick, loop over tail, Got Him! Tried to bag him and the tail went on top of the trap and his body and legs couldn't fit so he just sat there like a baby in a pram.
Down here in the Southern Caribbean we have the little bugs close to shore but when you go on the offshore reefs if you meet Lobesters; they are generally going to be BIG and usually just out appearantly Grazing (Hence the reason we call them Cows). When out this far we have very little interest in Lobsters under 3lbs.
Loved the idea and was just trying out the (CHUM) bag as I recently ordered the " Lobster Inn Deluxe" (haven't collected it yet) however The opening appears to be the same size.
Note to the manufactures:
1.) It would be great to have a model with a bigger opening.
2.) There are way more fishermen than divers. This product should be marketed as a Chum Bag, I've used it for years in this manner; pull the opening over my rod-holder-mounted mincer and mince bait remains and old fish into the bag then just hang it over the edge where it splashes in and out of the water and it keeps a steady flow of attraction going for an hour or so.
I was once told that "advice may be free but someone's got to pay for the electricity so;
"SKY" (Ocean Hunter of the Islands)