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White River Fly Shop Hobbs Creek Rubber Bag Landing Net


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15"x11" Hoop; 9" Handle

  • $24.99

  • SKU: 1880859

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What a value! The durable and lightweight laminated wooden frame of the White River Fly Shop® Hobbs Creek® Rubber Bag Landing Net is strung with a soft rubber bag that's gentle on fish for more successful catch and release. Traditional styling with an easy-to-handle design, 11" x 15" hoop and a 24" overall length. Color: Clear.

  • Durable, lightweight laminated wooden frame
  • Soft rubber bag
  • Easy-to-handle design
  • 11" x 15" hoop
  • 24" overall length
White River Fly Shop® Hobbs Creek® Rubber Bag Landing Net 4.8 5 4 4
Fishing Net Excellent product. Doesn't snag with the lure after fish is caught in net. Works better then nylon for that reason. September 17, 2012
Ghost net Excellent purchase. Small enough to carry out in the water and no hook snags. August 2, 2012
All good so far I fish a river that involves alot of bush wacking in between holes. I needed a net that does not get snagged on berry bushes all the time. This does not get hooked up in the brush. Flies do not get snagged in net like my old net and it dries quickly after use. Maybe will deserve one more star after it lasts a season or two. June 2, 2012
Excellent price I am almost positive this is the same net as the Cortland version which I picked up for $19 at my local shop... First impression is that its much lighter than my old net which was a deep basket and thicker rubber netting, which was overkill. The handle is longer than other nets, which is a bonus... For the price, I don't see why someone would spend $90 for the same net with different wood blows my mind that people purchase this exact same net when the only difference is the wood its made of which doesn't matter at all. All about personal preference I guess, but when you slip on a rock and land on your net and bust it, a $20 replacement feels better than a $90 one. April 26, 2012
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