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The ProKast Perfect Circle Net Thrower ensures a perfect circle throw every time! Tosses your cast net like a Frisbee®, detangling it as it spins for superior results. Attaches to any cast net 4'-8' in radius. Made in USA.
bought this around christmas time last year used all season till i ripped my net. i bought a cheap 5 foot net from wallys and it worked great on that one two.installed in about 20 mins,you need a second set of hands to install.but it opens every time for me my wife and i showed my daughter today and after 1 throw she was catching bait.great product.if you have a hard time throwing a net it is $30 well spent
August 22, 2012
Definitely make sure you have another person to help you with the install. It took a bit longer than the 10 minutes the instructions say. I put it on a new 7 footer and it is way easier to throw with a near perfect opening every time. the only real difficulty is getting the braille lines in each slot without them becoming crossed. Some minor crossing doesn't seem to be much of a problem. seems a little flimsy, so we'll see how it holds up through shrimping season
May 4, 2012
just in the way
a friend of mine bought one but then i taught him to throw a net. it resides in the local landfill now. really its a $30 piece of plastic to help people who are too lazy to learn to throw a net. i would be embarrassed to be seen with one. seriously just practice a little with your net and put that $30 in your boats gas tank.
May 3, 2012
after reading all the reveiws i made the purchace, i have a new 6 foot net that i put it on. i had no problems at all with the install took about 15 minutes at best, i also preped the net net using there guidelines ( cut tag ends of brail lines and put vaseline on the brail lines) with in 30 minute i could clear the net and be ready to throw in only a few seconds. i have no trouble getting the net to open.
April 28, 2012
b-day present 25 yrs. ago. buddy in florida showed me technique. after 6 or 7 tries i got pretty good at it. next cast i got 30 or so mullet on 1 cast. more than enough for our homemade school locker fish smoker to hold. My problem is i used it yesterday for the 1st time since then. total brain freeze. 10 tosses, got dark, tangled mess, went home. i was wrong about it's just like riding a bicycle, i'm forgetting one step, evidently an important one. does anyone know where i can get an illustration of the throwing techniques. seemed to have lost the one that came with my net
2 years ago
- mesa az.
On youtube, there are a lot of videos on how to throw a casting net. Watch some of them, and then watch your casting closly and then you will be albe to determine what that you masy be doing wrong, or leaving out
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