Bass Pro Shops® Gold Series 34''- 67'' Telescoping Handle Landing Nets

   

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20" x 22" Hoop

34" - 67" Handle

  • $29.99

  • SKU: 1648837

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22" x 26" Hoop

34" - 67" Handle

  • $34.99

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We believe strongly in catch-and-release fishing. That's why our Gold Series net features rubber dipped polyester, small-loop conservation netting in a shallow, flat-bottom design that keeps fish unharmed and supported safely while you remove the hook. Equipped with an anodized-aluminum handle for the perfect balance of strength and minimal weight. Net depth: 18''.  Telescoping handle: 34"-67".
Bass Pro Shops® Gold Series 34''- 67'' Telescoping Handle Landing Nets 4.3 5 40 40
Cool net Its a big net for a big fish. So I recomend this net only for those who want to catch a big fish. June 12, 2012
great net i used this net several times. saved quite a few fish with it. the extension handle is great when you need it . great for big bass .able to remove the hooks a little faster without getting snagged like other nets.this net was well worth the money. i wish i bought it sooner.great net for the money. for catch and release it's the only way to go. i'm very satisfied. June 6, 2012
Works great First time out using the net I thought I had caught a 12 lb walleye. Turns out it was a carp!! Too bad for me, but, the net worked great. September 22, 2011
Broke at Handle Fishing in the river caught a pike 8 or so pounds when i lifted him out of the water the net broke under the locking mechinism and fell into the water only had piece of handle left over lost net upper half and the fish dont purchase if you like to catch big fish ! August 7, 2011
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Does the head of the net move on angles. Like for different ways of pulling up the fish
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If you mean, "is the head adjustable?" The answer is, no.
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The hoop of the net is fixed. It will not rotate or adjust in any direction.
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Is it made in the USA?

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no, made in china.
it is sturdy & well made
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The weave is a stretched hexagon and measures 3/4 inch tip to tip and 5/16 across. See picture.
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I would not think so. My grandson's could not catch smaller frogs, as they would go thru the holes
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Not good for small baitfish
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you might be able to catch a few bait fish but the holes are just big enough so that most smaller shad might get through but you could probably catch larger shad
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The mesh size on this landing Net is 5/8" X 3/8".
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Need handle broke at threads...need more durable! any suggestions?
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sounds like you may have over tightend the telescoping handle!
gram you can't use it to hit anything or any one.
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you could drill holes every 6 inches or so and get a pin with a wire that locks around for easy removal and placement. make sure to drill holes through both poles in the same spot. thats what i would do
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