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ProKast Perfect Circle Net Thrower

   

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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.

  • Ensures a perfect circle throw every time
  • Attaches to any 4'-8' radius cast net
  • Made in USA
ProKast Perfect Circle Net Thrower 3.9 5 30 30
Best casting ever I have been fishing for years catching my live bait by casting my 7 foot net for shad and perch in the central Texas lakes fishing for stripers, catfish and black bass and at the Texas coast to catch mullet , piggy’s, and occasional pompano for reds, trout and whatever will bite. Sad to say that I am still very inconsistent in opening my net when I need it the most. The ProKast “ Perfect Circle Net Thrower” has changed all that! Now I get an open net every cast! I can spend my time fishing and catching game fish in those precious first light hours instead of wearing myself out trying to catch bait. I wish I had bought a ProKast years ago. December 15, 2010
what a concept a buddy gave me a six foot net. he couldn't throw it. i couldn't learn it either. i installed (my wife) the perfect circle to the net. went to a pond with flathead minnows and it worked as advertised, no foolin first throw fifteen minnows, three tadpoles,one bluegill.since the grass around the pond was tall we pegged a tarp to the ground for a work surface.my buddy usually traps our bait but was having no luck this year. had set traps for seven days running zero minnows. this simple device saved the day netted ten dozen in forty minutes. ordered online for the first time with bass pro. if you plan to use a net, this makes it easy April 19, 2012
AMAZING!!! Ok so I could barely I mean barely throw a 4 foot net.. Maybe getting a halfway decent throw 1 out of 10 throws. I just couldnt get it down for some reason. I went and got this and a new 6 foot net. Hooked it up by myself in 10 minutes( I dont know how others have had difficulty setting this up it was very easy) After setting it up first throw was the best throw I have ever made and it was on a bigger net. Not one throw was bad. So super easy anyone can throw a net first throw with this thing. If you struggle like I did with a cast net just buy one of these and stop struggling. March 2, 2011
Save your money Definitely takes 2 person to set it up by the directions. After I got someone to help me with assembling it, It did not help me at all with throwing the net. I throw both left and right handed, so since that it is directional, I was only able to throw one way. The way that I was able to improve my net throwing was by watching online videos, and paying close attention to my throwing to determine what that I was doing wrong, and make corrections. Now I can throw my 7' radius net w/ 1.5 lbs of weight per ft and open fully everytime. With a net that has 1lb per ft weight, it may work great. Before attempting to assemble, make sure that both person read the directions fully, as this will make the task a lot simpler March 30, 2012
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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
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I would practice spinning a towel around so u can get a feel for it. I have a friend who can do what your askin I think. So it's like lassoing a horse kinda??

And SRY I just got this app and I'm trying to figure it out. And also buy fishing stuff and kayak stuff. And clearece items. Haha.
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YOU TUBE HAS VIDEO'S
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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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Go to their website and look at the instructional video. The "milking technique" is important to me when preparing to cast.
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See the following web site for assistance: http://www.perfectcirclenetthrower.com/HTML/products.htm. Thanks
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How is this product shipped?
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it comes with a bag to store your net in.put mine up at store in was in a plastic bag
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I received mine in a padded envelope. You have to put it together on your net in order to see it like the pictures show. It will never look like the pictures until it is on your net.
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It's shipped in pieces in a fairly small box....you will need to assemble it. Mine came with a large "Laundry" bag......I just put the net and the PPCNT in the bag as the unit has to stay on the net
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It comes with a large carrying bag. The net will be much harder to transport now due to a huge plastic ring now being a permanent part of the net. Its a major downfall.
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It is shipped in in five parts and it has a blue nylon draw string bag to use after you install the unit
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