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Bass Pro Shops® Gold Series Replacement Nets

   

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20" x 22" Hoop

Dipped Nylon - 18" Net Depth

  • $12.99

  • SKU: 1671573

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22" x 26" Hoop

Dipped Nylon - 18" Net Depth

  • $15.99

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We believe strongly in catch-and-release fishing. That's why our 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.    
Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Choice I was skeptical about how this would fit but was pleasantly surprised. I made sure I rounded up in size and not down. The new net went over the large frame just like clockwork and fits it like a glove. The secret is to work it around the frame a little at a time. I am looking forward to many more years of use from this net for a minimal investment. I would recommend it to anyone and the price is easy on the wallet. January 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Installation was easy After reading all the negative reviews about how hard this net was to install this net I almost didn't buy it, but I'm glad I did. I had NO TROUBLE whatsoever installing this net. It slipped right on the hoop with no problems. The only way this net will be a problem installing is if you are trying to install it on a hoop that is too big. Do not hesitate to buy this product if your hoop is with in the specs given in the product description. It could be made a little more shallow but over all is an exellent net. September 13, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Simple net replacement When you look at this net, your minds eye tells your brain, " it's a piece of cake". That's because your minds eye and your brain have issues with each other. It'll go on but you'll be a different man when you're finished. Wish I could help with the where-with-all to get'er done but I can't. Get ready for an ordeal. May 7, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not best purchase It is very difficult to install. It took 2 people and we bent the frame getting it on. April 20, 2012
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Measure the longest point to point and buy the size larger than the dimensions.
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Me sure the diameter around the hoop
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Measure the widest part of the net frame.
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Measure the net frame from side to side and then from the top to bottom of the hoop. When selecting the proper size, always, always always round up. A slight bit large will work fine. A little small will be too tight to install. I disconnected the hoop from one side. Then started feeding the net on that open end. I began by pushing as much net on as possible and let it bunch up like a curtain pushed to one end. Then I began working it around the frame. The rubber coating on the net I had gripped the frame metal a little but I just kept working with it. It will come out looking great. You should not have to force or bend anything if the net you got is large enough.

Good fishing
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I am assuming you mean the hoop not the handle! Remove the hoop from the handle. Start the net on one side and thread it around keeping the other end close. As you thread it work it around and keep moving the material. At the end there should be enough flexibility to to finish bringing it around.
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Most good net handles come apart to work with them
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Very difficult to do. You just have to start working it off one direction in short segments.
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This is the answer I got from BP. We got it on but would have difficult repeating it again. The directions are not easy to comprehend. We did not follow these instructions but figured it out somehow. Hope this helps.

Thank you for contacting Bass Pro Shops. I received a notice from our Contact Center regarding information on how to put the replacement net on the hoop for the the Bass Pro Shops Gold Series.

Putting on a replacement net is not easy, requires a certain amount of strength and can be made easier with 2 people.

1) Remove the yoke from the hoop.
2) Start threading the net on the hoop.
3) When it starts to get difficult to thread more on, reduce the size of the hoop by crossing the two tag ends of the hoop (pull the left tag end of the hoop to the right, and the right tag end of the hoop to the left). This is where a second person comes in handy to hold the hoop while the other person threads the netting. Hope this help.
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Lace it all on around one side or the other gradually working it around. It will go on easily if the net is sized correctly for the frame. If the frame is too big, you may have to make a cut where the net is sewn together to have enough clearance to lace the net all the way around. Once the net is on. Just sew the cut back up.
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I cut the net with a scissors and then attached it to the frame of the net and then I sewed it back up and superglued it.
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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.
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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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