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Need Recommendation on both Culling and Bag. Starting this year as a Co-angler. Not sure if I will have or need a scale, or beam.

Seen some of the bags on tackle W have soft sides, wont stand up making it difficult to put in 20+lbs... Big fish need to fit


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https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/BassWidow_EZ-Cull-RZ_Colored_Culling_System/descpage-EZCULR.html

Something like this is all you need.  Don't buy anything that has a float on it.  They just get tangled in the box.  Also don't buy the fancy clips, they come off.

You probably don't need a beam but a compact scale would be handy.

https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Rapala_High_Contrast_Digital_Scale_50lb/descpage-RHCDS.html


Just get a non clear, reinforced weigh bag.  You will be shocked at how many pounds you can put in a standard lay flat bag.  When you put water in them the mouth will open.

https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Gator_Grip_Weigh_In_Bag/descpage-GGWB.html

As a Co, be mindful of how much gear you bring on board.  If you can't get it done with 4 rods and a small tackle bag then you are not prepared and probably will not catch much anyway.

A spiderwire sling backpack is all I use as a CO.

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https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/BassWidow_EZ-Cull-RZ_Colored_Culling_System/descpage-EZCULR.html

Something like this is all you need.  Don't buy anything that has a float on it.  They just get tangled in the box.  Also don't buy the fancy clips, they come off.

You probably don't need a beam but a compact scale would be handy.

https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Rapala_High_Contrast_Digital_Scale_50lb/descpage-RHCDS.html


Just get a non clear, reinforced weigh bag.  You will be shocked at how many pounds you can put in a standard lay flat bag.  When you put water in them the mouth will open.

https://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Gator_Grip_Weigh_In_Bag/descpage-GGWB.html

As a Co, be mindful of how much gear you bring on board.  If you can't get it done with 4 rods and a small tackle bag then you are not prepared and probably will not catch much anyway.

A spiderwire sling backpack is all I use as a CO.

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That's the exact bag I use when I'm a guest/Co-angler on someone's boat. This sling pack can hold a lot of gear. As far as rods, I run with 4, max 6. This depends on the size of the boat I'm going on, but most of the time, I carry 4.

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Did great in the bass busters team tour. a month ago. This co thing is a little different. I did get a smaller bag, and can cover what i want with 5 rods....
As written, most likely not to catch much depends a LOT on Boater, his knowledge of lake O. In the right spots, lots to throw at... if he pitches outside edge, not much chance...