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Bass Pro Shops Gold Series Replacement Nets

   

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Black

20" x 22" Hoop

Dipped Nylon - 18" Net Depth

  • $12.99

  • SKU: 1671573

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Black

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 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 3.6 5 16 16
Could be better the net mesh is covered in rubber. makes it hard to fold up. doesnt really perform like the frabill trout net. better off paying for a whole new net March 8, 2011
Great deal I searched several sites for a "rubber" net replacement for my extendable net. This replacement net was certainly the least expensive I found. I had the nylon style net and when a kokanee went into it, it took 10 minutes to untangle the fish, hooks and line from the net. My buddy had a rubber net, but it was very heavy and not very deep. although it rarely tangled and was easy to untangle when it did. This replacement was very reasonably priced: it appears to be a nylon net which has been dipped in a rubber-type coating. It works. The net is light and its depth holds the fish very securely. I have had some minor tangles with it, but the rubber coating makes untangling very easy. I believe the net's shape contributes to its effectiveness in preventing the fish from rolling it up into a snarl of net, hooks and fish. I haven't used it long enough to know how duable it will be and I am concerned the rubber coating may flake away easily. If that does happen, I will simply buy a replacement. They are very reasonably priced. July 27, 2010
Too large for fresh water fishing If it had been smaller it would have worked out okay. I like the way it was made. Good material and sturdy. Just way too big. June 15, 2010
Replacement net Great net works well with fluke, I also purchased replacement netting for it which I fitted to my old handle and lop. It would be help full with replacement nets to give the hoop size that it will fit. I just lucked out. Could have save some money by just getting the replacement. Good stuff June 15, 2010
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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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