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Attwood® Fold & Stow Fishing Nets

   

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S (13.75" Stowed)

Black/Silver

  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1847812

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M ( 21.25" Stowed)

Black

  • $14.99

  • SKU: 1756996

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  • Fold into compact size for storage
  • Easy to use
  • Opens quickly
  • Telescopic handle
Attwood Fold & Stow Fishing Nets fold in half for easy storage in tight spots - great for kayaks and canoes. Easy to use nets open quickly for use at a moment's notice! Telescopic handle. Dimensions: Small: 24"Lx12.5"Wx10"D, 13.75'' stowed; Medium: 47"Lx16"Wx16"D, 21.25 stowed''; Large: 81"Lx27"Wx27"D, 31.5'' stowed.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best net ever! I bought the large size and it's perfect. It folds up small and opens fast. It's strong and locks in at any length you want. September 18, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Small Turns out this net is smaller than I expected, but will make a good net for catching smaller fish or minnows. Not recommended for netting fish larger than your foot. July 6, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Plastic broke I purchased the net and on the first fish 4.3lbs it broke at the head where the plastic is. Should have been metal not plastic, which accounts for the break. Glad it wasn't a larger bass and in a tournament. November 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by This padding net is Great The best one I have used so far. I would recommended it to any one who needs a new net. July 19, 2013
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I fish for fish typically 2ft and under. What size should I get?
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I would suggest the large size. Depends on how close you are to the water but being that it's a telescoping handle you cant go wrong with the large one.
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The medium size is 16"Wx16"D, the large is 27"x27", the large may be too big to be useful to you.
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how big is the M net??

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Is it big enough for bass and walleye??
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I have the large size and have landed many bass with it. It's the perfect net for lake fishing.
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Big enough for 20-30 pound catfish.
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This is a mid size good for trout and bass. Would go one size larger for Walleye and larger fish.
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The medium net is 47"Lx16"Wx16"D and it should be large enough for bass or walleye.
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Depends on what you consider "big" but it's a pretty good size and can hold most catfish. If you happen to hook up too a huge monster cat it might not fit but for most all it will be fine.
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Definitely not large enough for big fish.
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Not a big bass. I just fit a 4.3 lb bass in it and it broke
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The larger net would handle fish up to about 8-10 lbs.
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only 16 inches wide. I don't believe it would hold a bigger catfish. But good luck.
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