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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

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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".
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent I have purchased many fishing nets in my 50+years of fishing.This product is a winner. It is very light for all the features it incorporates. The net material does not tangle in the lure hooks. The telescoping hand works well. Very reasonably priced. October 11, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good boat net This net is a good net for walleye and medium sized pike (big trout, salmon etc). The net gets top marks minus a point for the handle extention lock. I always turn it the wrong way at least once. I know...lefty loosey...however, it doesn't "catch" quickly enough and I end up second guessing myself and go the other way. Hopefully it's just me. Try it before you buy it. Regardless, it's far less than many and as good as most. The handle telescopes enough for the largest of deep v boats and has held in the lock position for me without fail. The net is a good basket design and works well. The mesh is not as heavy duty as say a Beckman, but it is good enough for anyone who doens't fish for a living. I'd buy it again. September 28, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Net This is the first net I ever bought. It's bigger than I thought and the telescoping handle is great. The first fish I landed was a 3 lbs 15 oz Large Mouth Bass. I really like the rubber coated netting. It performs like the big heavy rubber nets but it's lighter and more flexable. I plan on using this net for salmon fishing this fall. Can't wait!! The only draw back is the way the net attaches to the handle, just a small push button. August 26, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Net / Good Value Net is just what my fresh water fish needed to get released unharmed, but if I had to offer 1 bit of advice: I would recommend a set screw be installed in the handle as the current locking pin leaves a bit to be desired as far my trusting it goes. If the current pin securing the net to the handle lets go, so goes your net and the fish that was in it. Took me all of 5 minutes to install a nut and bolt lock and looks like it was custom and now is less likely to release at the wrong time. July 5, 2010
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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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