ProMar’s introduced a new net for 2009’s season, their Ambush. The Ambush is trap-like in it’s construction, but it’s not a trap, the bugs can indeed escape. That’s what makes it a legal net in the eyes of the DFG, and that was confirmed again in the DFG’s 2009/10 regs. It’s 32 inches wide, making it more manageable for those using kayaks for their hoop’n. This net features non-collapsable sides, it’s also steeper in design and higher on the sides, making it harder for the bugs to crawl out. You should pair this net with ProMar’s NE 103 Pro harness/accessory kit, not the EK version. These are great tools folks, very likely the most effective net a novice bugger can own. There is one competitor to this net on the market, the ProMar is indeed better because of the angle and depth of the side walls. This net, like all other ProMar’s also has a built in bait bag at the bottom of the net.
|NE-107||32”||18”||5lbs||Heavy Duty||3″x6″ Brown Float|
|NE-107XL||36”||20”||6lbs||Heavy Duty||3″x6″ Brown Float|
|NE-107XLH||36”||20”||14lbs||Heavy Duty||3″x6″ Brown Float|
Nets are oversized, so shipping does carry an expense. We will not bill or ship your order until you have been notified of the final shipping costs. If your plan is to buy just one net, be prepared that shipping may run more than the cost of a net! So, it’s a much better plan to buy a few nets and spread out the cost of the shipping over several nets. It’s much more economical that way. We will try to defray some of the shipping costs for case packs of nets, but do understand that these things are big and relatively heavy. A full case of nets may end up costing $80 and more to some areas. Before billing, we will contact you directly regarding the shipping costs associated with your order of nets – they can not be shipped at no charge. However, when you buy a full case there is a cost savings on the nets AND WE WILL DEFRAY SOME OF THE SHIPPING EXPENSE.