Frabill® Kwik Stow Folding Trout Net
Ideal for kayak and canoe fishing, Frabill's Kwik Stow Folding Trout Net folds down for compact storage and extends for added reach. The Kwik Stow Folding Net's quick latch telescoping handle extends from 20'' to 40'', and the push button activated collapsing net completely folds down for compact storage. When collapsed, the entire Kwik Stow Folding Net is only 25'' long! The fish-friendly, 14'' deep, tangle-free micro mesh net has 3/16'' mesh and the hoop measures 18'' x 16''.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by tfultz Money well spent! Is a nice addition to the boat. Seems to be well made, light and with bps pole storage clips can go any where on the boat! December 19, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by selbass great item great item i recomend this for anyone who is concerned with storage and convenience of their gear. the net is strong and has a wide opening to handel the big fish. the extending handel makes this net very useful in many situations. i recomend. September 10, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by papadave It is a trout net Just received mine today, and it's true to it's name. It opens/closes easily and stows very compact. Although it appears well constructed, it is lightweight. I don't think I'd try to net anything over 10lbs with it. This isn't a big fish net! July 19, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Scubawayne Folding net It may be designed for a kayak or a canoe BUT, I fish from a 25' Searay Cruiser which is not a fishing boat. The net works great for this application that has limited abilities as a fish catching platform. Make sure you wash the net before you stow it. July 13, 2010
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Details:I was wondering if the netting is strong and small enough to be used to scoop out frogs and tadpoles from under bushes in ponds.
Details:is this net packable ? how big is it closed up ? can i deploy it 1 handed?
is it durable enough for packing in to river
A:yes this is packable. 24"x3" when I was in the river, I kept it at its shortest length of 24" with the hoop looked open,and hung it on my side,and it worked well. To deploy it more than 24" you need two hands.And yes,it is most durable for the river.
A:The Frabill net is packable and is about 20" closed. Packs in the back of my trout vest. Only takes a second to open the net.
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A:Net is packable and durable for river use. It's about 24" closed. You'll need both hands to deploy.
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