MadBite Fishing Net Safe Catch & Release Fish Landing Net, Foldable, Telescoping – Durable, Strong Yet Light Weight
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- NEW! MadBite is the landing net to have! MadBite compact fishing net is foldable and retractable. Durable, supple, tangle-free coated fine mesh net captures even the smallest (or biggest!) fish. Its special coating guards against your hook points getting stuck in the net and it will not harm the fish’s scales aiding safe quick release. The fish net coating is non-absorbent and will not get heavy with water.
- Scoop up your fish with this amazing, lightweight yet powerful fishing net that folds for easy storage. 3 great net sizes, 16”(Fixed Handle), 20” & 24" hoops size. Telescopic handles retract to as small as 21".
- MadBite fish landing net hoop is made of tough, durable e-glass that withstands impact and will not dent or bend like aluminum.
- The push button to fold the net is made of very strong, durable industrial nylon material. Handle is made of high-grade octagon-shaped aluminum. The hand-hold end of handle is made of non-absorbent PVC material.
- MadBite fish landing nets have a convenient belt clip for easy transport. All components are non-rusting and saltwater approved. Non-glare finish. Put it in the boat with MadBite. MadBite fishing nets…Madly Different!
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MadBite Fish Landing Nets are great for conservation minded anglers. The soft, supple non-absorbent net does not harm a fish’s scales, giving you optimum safe catch and quick release. MadBite fish net’s coating and fine mesh greatly reduces the chance of your hook’s point sticking in the net. Throw a MadBite compact fishing net in your boat for freshwater or saltwater fishing. Folding hoop and telescoping handles make storing this fish landing net easy. Don’t let the big one get away with net sizes to 24”/60cm.
Size A: 16”/40cm length for one of the triangle side. 20”/50cm for the handle; 35”/90cm total length; 21”/53cm fully folded.
Size B: 20”/50cm for the side of net, 42”/106cm for the handle, 63”/160cm for total length after full extension(Two section Telescopic handle); 26”/66cm fully folded
Size C: 24”/60cm for the net, 62”/156cm for the handle, 83”/210cm for the full length. (Three section Telescopic handle); 28”/70cm fully folded.
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Folded length: 28"
Unfolded total length (2 telescopic sections): 83"
Unfolded total length (1 telescopic section): 50"
Great fishing net. I like that you can fold this fishing net. Being that i have limited space on my boat that feature is awesome. I use this net from a boat and have caught many rockfish. Total fishing landed with this net on my last outing was about 20 rockfish with the biggest being 4 1/2 lbs. The telescopic net has two section, so you can extend it to either 50" or 83". You must look into this company, If your new to fishing or want to buy good quality items with budget prices.
Comes folded up in simple clear bag
Purchased the 24" (largest size) for saltwater use on my kayak. It did not disappoint. All aluminum extendable handle reaches out over 7' to use off a boat or pier, but can be kept short for use on the kayak. Added a photo of it next to my 8" rod. Rubberized mesh better for the fish and less likely to get tangled on hooks.
This cannot be beat. The size is impressive, I was able to fit my head and shoulders into the net, which is perfect. Surprisingly light with a sufficient amount of give to easily catch the fish, while still being very very strong. The flexibility and durability offered by the extendable pole is spectacular. Easily folds the net down with one hand
But, I was worried about the strength... based on reviews of broken handles. Tonight I tested it by lifting dead weight from the floor with handle held straight out. With the handle fully extended I could only lift 2 lbs. With two sections out I could lift 3 lbs. With the handle collapsed I could lift 6lbs. And if i gribbed it right behind the yoke, 8lbs. But, at 8lbs the sides of the net sagged a lot. I did not even try 9lbs. Obviously, when lifting large fish you need to hold the handle vertical.
Why 4 stars? It is a good collapsible net for $30. If i had paid $75 it would be really disappointing. If you aren't canoe camping, get a solid net. If you are carp fishing, get a solid net. Salmon? SOLID NET.
The 20" version probably makes more sense than the 24". The larger size might help you catch a fast moving fish, but anything you NEED the 24" size for could break the net if you arent careful.
Update: Just returned from BWCA. The net worked very well for pike to 30" and lakers to 22". The large size made it easy to net fish. The mesh proved hook proof despite a fish thrashing into my open tackle box. I would recommend the 20" or 24" size for canoeing and camping. But, not for fish over 8-10lbs...
But with this the whole thing collapse to a size of a small umbrella. Easy for me to hang it on side of my backpack. The length of the handle can be adjusted and the net quality is top notch.
Would be good any fishing occasion.
I often use crank baits that have two treble hooks on them, and without exception, every time I catch a fish and use this net, one or both hooks get's so tangled in the net I've had to use my K-Bar to cut them free.
I'd say buy a net with a MUCH larger net mesh size (bigger "holes" in the net).
On the plus side, if you use single hook or flys, etc, this may not be an issue for you. The construction, strength, and portability of the net are great.
So my only complaint for me is it's propensity to get tangled with treble hook equipped lures. If you don't usually use those, I'd high recommend the product.
If you do use treble hooked lures, I'd recommend you find a net with much larger mesh.
Update: I have read several reviews on the handle breaking. The method I have learned to use fishing from a boat is, it's important to remember how you take the fish out of the water with the net. Lifting the fish horizontally may put strain on the net handle and break. The way I learned to use mine is lifting the fish vertically. This way you're not putting any strain on the aluminum handle. Using this net vertically, I would assume if the fish will fit in the 24" net it will come out of the water. Hope this helps...I absolutely love my net...so much I bought two.
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