Bass Pro Shops® Replacement Netting

   

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18" x 20" Hoop - 1" Mesh

Nylon - 30" Net Depth

24" x 27" Hoop - 1"x1/2" Mesh

Wtd. Nylon - 38" Net Depth

20" x 24" Hoop - 1" Mesh

Dipped - 36" Net Depth

18" x 20" Hoop - 1" Mesh

Rubber - 12" Net Depth

20" x 24" Hoop - 1" Mesh

Rubber - 14" Net Depth

18" x 20" Hoop - 1" Mesh

Poly - 30" Net Depth

20" x 24" Hoop - 1" Mesh

Poly - 36" Net Depth

Replacing the worn-out or damaged netting on your fishing net is an easy and affordable way to keep your favorite trophy landing net in action. We carry a nice selection of replacement netting suitable for a variety of nets. Even if your net has not weakened from years of use, it makes sense to keep spare netting onboard you boat or in your tackle box because you never know what will strike next.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice replacement net bag I fish at night with Rapalas and found out a long time ago that a rubber net is the way to go. A feisty walleye, 3 sets of treble hooks, darkness and a regular nylon net is the perfect recipe for an unpleasent project that keeps your lure out of the water for way too long. This replacement rubber net is very affordable compared to a whole new net, although it is kind of a pain in the butt to install. DO NOT make the mistake of getting one that is too small....it will not work! April 27, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by well worth buying was not sure it was what i wanted but was easy to replace a very durable August 12, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by ok replacement Its ok. would not use it as an all around net. Good for bass and walleye. You can expect top of the line for the price. July 19, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rubber replacement net I bought the 38-480-576-00 18" to 20" size rubber replacement net for my hoop that is 20". It was very difficult to get installed on my 20" hoop. Almost sent it back to get the larger size, but finally managed to get it on. I had to really do some stretching, and it took many tries. It seems like it would be an easy process, but its not if you have a 20" hoop. You may want to consider the 20" to 24" size to save yourself some frustration if you have a 20" hoop. Once on, it did fit, just installing it was a pain. Other than that, I really like the product, and it saved me a bunch had I just bought a complete rubber net which are around $50.00. June 18, 2011
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I have a Ranger Power Net, it's nylon but I want to replace it with rubber. I need to know how to measure it.
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 - On the shores of Lake Ontario
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length X width of opening
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verry easy
the widest part of the net across
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We've always just measured the diameter of the hoop. It's always worked out for us.
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Never had a problem with any style of hooks.
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you can't get line, hook or sinker snaged even if you try.
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They don't snag at all. If they catch on anything, they simply tear.
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My net is 21" by 24" and the 20"-24" rubber model worked perfectly.
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First lay the net on the ground and measure across the widest part of the hoop, = hoop size
Now pick the net off the ground until the bottom part is barley touching. Now measure the ground to frame = depth
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Measure the diameter of the hoop.
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