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White River Fly Shop Magnetic Net Release

   

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  • 5-lb. magnet
  • Secures net when not in use
  • Stretch lanyard
This handy Magnetic Net Release use a 5 lb. magnet that securely holds your net until you need it. A stretch lanyard provides ample reach.
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Perfect Net Accessory Picked up this Magnetic Net Release to make it easier to carry with me while fishing. The plastic clip, clips easily to the ring on the back of my Fishing vest, leaving it in a perfect height to retrieve when I need to land a fish. The magnet itself is strong and does not come off while walking around. If the net does happen to catch on a tree or bush, odds are it will come off. However, there is an elastic lanyard that it comes with and it is a great feature. If for some reason you need to let go of the net, it is always attached to my vest. A must have accessory if you wear a fishing vest and carry a net. June 10, 2014
so far so good Strong magnet, longer cord than the other BPS has in house. December 10, 2013
Better Than What I Was Using But Overpriced This works better to manage my net while I'm walking and when fighting and landing a fish than my old system which was hooking my net to my wader belt with a clip then keeping it retained with a shock cord when netting and/or taking pix of fish. However, the magnets are not that strong. I hike thru a lot of dog hobble when I fish and while the magnets hold most of the time they do pull apart easier than I would like them to and I find myself dragging the net. It would be great if the magnets held all the time! Plus I found this same exact rig for 25% less elsewhere. If you don't mind paying on the high side for it and you fish in wide open places, this should work fine for you. April 28, 2013
strong great magnets and seems to be quality materials great for the money April 7, 2013
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There is supplied clasps but the the best is to get a couple carabiners.
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I hang my net from the vest loop which is located near the back of the neck. Packs usually have a similar loop or strap. I like the net handle end to be hanging down so its easy to grab. This is how to do it:

* Remove one of the magnets from the cord
* Connect the freed magnet to the top of the net frame. I use a small carabiner
* Fasten the magnet-less cord end to the net handle. There's usually a metal eye-screw.
* Fasten the other end of the cord that still has a magnet attached, to the vest loop.

Pull the handle down to detach the net for use. Reattach the net by directing the top of the net basket behind you and up till the magnets meet.
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Personal preference...check something like google images for a reference and see what one you like best. I like mine to have the handle towards the ground so I can grab it easy, others like the handle on their back.
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no. Its a male/female type of connection.
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No, but you really don't need one. It attaches to the D ring on the back of your vest.
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