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White River Fly Shop Magnetic Net Release

   

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This handy Magnetic Net Release from White River Fly Shop use a 5 lb. magnet that securely holds your net until you need it. A stretch lanyard provides ample reach.

  • 5-lb. magnet
  • Secures net when not in use
  • Stretch lanyard
White River Fly Shop Magnetic Net Release 4.4 5 13 13
Gets The Job Done I've been looking for a sufficient method of carrying my net with me when I go wading in the summer, and this seems to be the ticket. The magnet is quite strong, it might be a little too strong, but you won't have to worry about losing your net in the river. April 5, 2013
Fast and easy to use. This is a good strong magnet that works very well. One quick pull and my net is released and ready. Since the magnet is so strong it's really simple to re-attach, getting the 2 pieces anywhere near each other results in an instant connection. This product has probably saved me a ton of fish I would have lost before while trying to fumble around with my old clip attachment. July 31, 2012
$50 magnet for less than 1/2 the price I was given this magnet as a gift after purchasing my Frabil Rubber net (See it on BPS, great net!) and it holds the net extremely well and doesn't even come apart unless I want it to. A must-have for any angler who fishes while wading, especially fly fishermen. It was a whole new world when I used this attachment to gain easy access to my net hooked onto my back. September 3, 2011
Excellent fly fishing aid This magnetic net holder is the perfect accessory. It holds the net securely until needed and releases easily. If you need more time to play the fish, just let go and the stretchable tether keeps it handy and you won't lose your net downstream. I only wish it came with instructions for connecting the net to the device and vest. I made it work nevertheless. August 24, 2011
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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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