Cabela's Fishing Barometer

Priced: $16.99 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Fishing Barometer -
Keep a constant eye on atmospheric pressure changes to take full advantage of the best times to be on the lake. When the barometer is on the rise, the needle moves through the multicolored key to let you know the fish are at their best. A red indicator shows you where the needle was at the last time you set it to give an instant indication of rising or falling pressure. The rubberized body provides an easy grip, wet or dry. And it comes with a lanyard to prevent accidental drops.
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Cabela's Fishing Barometer Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Barometer works fine

One thing ya gotta remember, give the side a couple of taps in the morning to wake it up! I set it against the local weather station and its amazing how accurate its been. Came home this morning, gave it a small "love tap" and checked it against the station... Right on the money!! I'm amazed but it actually works perfectly.
QuackHeaded at Cabelas on 10/25/2012

Negative Reviews:

Waste of time and money

In looks good and that is it. I was never able to set it up from the back screw and never worked. It reeds the same pressure since the day it came. Bottom line, this is a waste of time and money. I wish I can return it but is already too late for me, so I'm stock with it.
Fisherman77 at Cabelas on 06/27/2013


Couldn't test in clamshell packaging but looked heavy-duty and better than the one I currently had. Bought it, opened packaging and tried to set dial on the back. Screwhead spun around but needle didn't move. Did the same on my old cheapy one and it worked fine. Got money back and went back to my cheapy.
GBLWA at Cabelas on 12/06/2012


Seems to change with the temperature and not really to accurate.
juliobigbuck at Cabelas on 06/25/2013