Frabill® Hiber-Net™ Stowable Nets
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- Net and net frame collapse and store inside handle
- Slide the handle back, net pops right out
- Lightweight and nimble for fast scoops
- Corrosion-resitant construction
- Knotless Catch & Release netting
The most easily stowable net you'll ever use! When not in use, the net and net frame collapse and store inside the handle. Once you have a fish on the hook, just slide the handle back and the net pops right out with the ease of an umbrella. Plus, it's lightweight and nimble for fast scoops, with corrosion-resitant construction and knotless Catch & Release netting that protects fish from harm. Rinse and dry before storing.
Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 14
Rated 3 out of 5 by Ratherodd RatheroddGreat
I like the net but the tube it was packed in was open and the black handle was scratched up pretty bad
May 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Forker One of the best new ideas in years
I received this as a birthday gift from wife, who got the idea from a fishing buddy she asked for help. It's well made, a very practical idea and appears that it will hold up well, but that's yet to be seen as I just received it recently and have used it that much as of yet.
Not having to have a net under foot in the boat or catching on everything it can, is a terrific solution to an age old problem. I’m sure there will be copycat nets on the market soon (all good ideas are copied, some improved on some just to reduce the price), but for now this is really all you could ask for.
April 15, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bergoff Puuush!
This is a great space saver in the boat. As long as you can master getting the net out of the stow tube you should enjoy this net.
If however, you're smaller or have a trick shoulder, this may not be the best net for you. I have yet to hit this thing with some silicone spray to see if that loosens up the motion but it can be a bit tricky to open at times.
March 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Slsoa Good Stowable Net
I have had this net for several years. The best part is how easily it stows in the rod box. It does require some effort to open and some care in closing, but those draw backs are well overcome by the stowability. Open it to start the trip.
February 1, 2011
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