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Promar Bridge Net
When there's quite a distance between you and the water you're fishing, the Promar Bridge Net is the only safe way to land your catch, especially if it's a big fish. This collapsible, self-deploying landing net measures 32" across on the top ring, tapering to a 12" diameter on the bottom ring; 20" depth. With a little practice, you'll wonder how you ever got along without it, and your tackle will thank you. Durable zinc frame with poly mesh netting. Includes 100'L poly rope.
Collapsible, self-deploying landing net
Safely net fish that are out of reach below
32" diameter top ring, 12" diameter bottom ring, 20" deep
Does this unit drop directly in the water without moving with the current in hard water??? lost a lot of fish with other brige nets
Asked by: McInfish
Hi, per the manufacturer,
"We have used the NE-102 Bridge Net in the past to land fish off of our local piers in Southern CA and never experience any problems with currents pulling it or shifting it around too much. Our piers are typically 20-30 feet from the surface and currents can be strong, typically it’s a two person deal where one person handle the net and the other handles the rod and reel. Also, the net doesn’t sit too far in the water to land the fish, typically just a couple feet, just so you can slide the fish over it.
The hoop itself weighs about 5lbs and doesn’t have a lot of drag because of the large holes in the net, however if they are trying to land fish with extremely heavy current or near wave break zones then I don’t think any type of hoop net will stay completely still."