Frabill Conservation Series Landing Net with Camlock Reinforced Handle, 20 X 23-Inch
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- 9510 Frabill Conservation Series Net with CAM-LOK reinforced handle (1" dia.)
- 20" x 23" hoop with 24" to 48" telescoping handle
- 3/8" Tangle-Free Knotless Mesh Netting
- 16" deep, Flat Bottom net basket
- Ideal for Bass, Walleye, Speckled Trout, Small Redfish and safe for fresh or saltwater fishing
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The Frabill 9510 Conservation Series Net with CAM-LOK reinforced handle (1" dia.) is designed with safe catch and release in mind. The net features 100% knotless mesh netting, eliminating injuries commonly caused by sharp knots. The flat, linear bottom reduces fish rolling and supports the weight of the entire fish. Tangle-free coating prevent hooks entangling in the net. The mesh guard hoops resist wear and greatly extend the life of the net. It is ideal for Bass, Walleye, Speckled Trout and small Redfish and is safe for both fresh water and saltwater species.
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I bought this for my dad and for us to use next year when we do our fly-in up in Ontario! It certainly seems like fish are less shocked when landing them in this net. The rubber preserves their coating and the flat bottom lets the fish sit comfortably in the net.
Cons: pad on bottom of handle has weak adhesive and comes off easily when twisting to extend. Can be fixed with more adhesive but it is an annoying problem.
The part where the net loop attaches to the handle is made of plastic. This seems to be a prevailing trend in most nets these days. This part feels like the weakest link in the whole apparatus. This part has some flex but has proven sturdy after being used to net several fish.
I decided to fix the grip myself by using double sided tape used for golf club grips. So far this has works great and I now really like the net.
We tend to carry our nets upright in kayaks, shoving the handle into a rod holder or into a PVC pipe in a milk crate, and in that position, the mesh on this net catches the wind. I've had to lay it down on the bow several times, which isn't a big deal, except it makes one more area for me to snag with a hook. I should have thought about it and considered one of the folding nets, but at this price, I'll live with it.
In general, for kayak fishing, you'll be better with a net that's at least as deep as the longest dimension of the hoop because you're going to be lifting fish vertically to "trap" the fish as you lift it out of the water.
Other than those two issues specific to kayak fishing, these are very strong and durable nets and the handle length is perfect for my use. I'd recommend it.