Bass Pro Shops® Floating Dip Net

   

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Perfect for retrieving live bait from your minnow bucket, his Floating Dip Net measures 11-1/2'' long and features a two-tone, easy-to-locate foam handle. In addition to providing a sure-grip, the foam handle keeps the net a float for easy access. A large, flat-sided opening makes bait catching simple and the durable, deep nylon net is bait friendly.
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Great Product Good Price, Good Product. I also have one to use in my pool to pick up small particles. The net lasted me over a year with consistent use. October 14, 2013
Great for catching Minnows I bought this product for the kids and they absolutely love it! They love catching minnows so this was perfect. June 28, 2013
good product for money I got this to go with the minnow trap. It is well made with good fabric and the handle makes it float WHEN you drop it in the lake or live well. It is a good size, not too big, and not too small for the children to use to play with minnows in the live well. June 7, 2013
Can't Complain It does exactly what it says it will: it floats. Bought these since someone on my boat would always lose a net over the side. The construction is solid and the float makes it easier to grab as well. October 8, 2012
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About 4-5 inches...I'm not sure...it's floating in my bait tank now...but I'll measure it next time I'm out.
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its about 3 1/4 inches at the wide part this is for scooping minnows out of a bucket its not 18 inches like that other guy said perfect if u r in a boat and might lose your net overboard
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The diameter of the net is 18" big enough for any type of trout fishing or bass fishing.
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does it extend to about 8 feet
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No this is a small bait net
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Does not extend
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No...that would be quite odd for a minnow bucket.
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No...it's a little bait bucket type of net.
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The handle does extend to about 4' adding you arm length of 24" and you have about 6'.
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no but the float will move up and down the handle so the metal sticks out higher above the water level close to 9 inches long
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no thw whole thing is about 8inches
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