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We believe strongly in catch-and-release fishing. That's why our Bass Pro Shops® Gold Series Nets are made from rubber dipped polyester and feature small-loop conservation netting in a shallow, flat-bottom design that keeps fish unharmed and supported safely while you remove the hook. The Gold Series Replacement Nets are 18'' deep and are designed to fit round and teardrop-shaped hoops.
Bass Pro Shops® Gold Series Replacement Nets
net impossible to use
This product is fine quality, well made. It is also impossible to install. No way can you can stretch this thing on your hoop. Don't buy it.
July 8, 2011
Good replacement net
Great replacement net. High quality, great price. A hair difficult to get onto the basket frame, though.
July 4, 2011
I have a rubber net for trout, kokanee, etc. It works well, but is heavy. I ordered this net pen replacement bag for an old smelt dipping net i have. It was just the right size, and looks like it will work great. Nice and light, as well as tangle free. The long handle on the smelt net gives me the extra reach I want, without being too heavy. Price was excellent compared to other products i could find locally.
May 5, 2011
If you have an older net that is not rubberized this is the way to go! Anew net could cost up to 70 bucks, this was a fraction of that and now I have a good landing net that doesn't hurt the fish and best of all hooks don't get stuck in it! Very easy to install>
April 5, 2011
It took some effort: I removed the hoop from my old net, then started feeding the net onto one side of the old hoop. I kept feeding the net around the hoop until the entire net was on the hoop. It did get very tight towards the end, but I managed to get it done.
Simply removed 2 screws to seperate handle from hoop, removed old net, then held net under hoopwith an open end of the net in front of an open end of the hoop . Then basically turned hoop clockwise while feeding it through the top(rolled over section of the net until it came full circle and the end of the hoop that I had been pushig through came out the other opening in the net and then reattached the hoop to the handle with the 2 screws.
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