Old Salt Series Cast Net

   

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1 lb. per Foot

10' Radius - 3/8" Mesh

1 lb. per Foot

3.5' Radius - 3/8" Mesh

1 lb. per Foot

4' Radius - 3/8" Mesh

1 lb. per Foot

5' Radius - 3/8" Mesh

1 lb. per Foot

6' Radius - 3/8" Mesh

1 lb. per Foot

7' Radius - 3/8" Mesh

1 lb. per Foot

8' Radius - 3/8" Mesh

1 lb. per Foot

9' Radius - 3/8" Mesh

When you buy an "Old Salt," you're getting a net that is properly designed to work. Simple, effective design. Mono construction with 3/8" mesh. Includes "how-to" instructions.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by good net for the money I have 2 of the Old Salt nets and have been using the same nets for about 4 years now. They are beginning to show the age and now have a few small holes in them. These are great nets for the price but remember what you paid for it when you use it. They are stiffer and harder to manage (in large diameters) than more expensive nets. They throw good and sink o.k. I will be replacing 1 of my nets with another Old Salt net. July 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing Cast Net Taught myself how to use this cast net in 1 hr with no prior experience. Very durable and easy to use. April 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Old Salt casting net Well made net, some of the locals were looking it over and thought is was better than theirs. Also I would suggest going with at least an 8 foot across net. I was able to master throwing the net in one day and consistently in two days. I caught many mullets over a foot long in this net and would have caught more if it were bigger. July 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by great!!!! I use this net from freshwater to saltwater. and I also catch bream and crappie and catch saltwater baitfish to .I love to use it. April 28, 2011
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Radius. A 6 foot cast net is 6 feet tall when you are holding it with an outstretched arm.
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