We’ve carried these nets for a while now, with the occasional enthusiast wanting to pick up something that will last. These are a great option for guys trying to avoid large squid crowders which are hard to find and even harder to use on your own. The mono netting is durable and connects to the hoop in a way that prevents chafing and tearing of the mono. Lately guys have even been using these to catch the flying fish over at Catalina, so they can avoid the $30 per piece fees to get into the bluefin tuna kite game. They are a bit heavier than your typical cheaper nets, the handle is thick and feels solid, the net itself comes with a nice zippered carrying case along with a cover for the handle to prevent it from getting damaged when not in use. Pair these up with one of the HydroGlow bulb lights and you can easily get squid and avoid the extra cost at the bait receiver.
This is a large net which has to be sent in two packages so shipping can vary anywhere from $20 to $70 depending on where you want it shipped, when you place an order you can either pick it up in store or we will give you a shipping quote.
From the Manufacturer:
This high-end bait catching dip net is exactly what the bait doctor ordered. This net features a stealth black anodized 28″ diameter frame, extra deep hand-crafted 1/4″ mesh monofilament bag, and a 10FT aluminum anodized telescopic handle. The heafty 1 1/2″ diameter handle allows for solid and rigid support even when fully extended. The ProtecNet design guards the soft monofilament netting internally within the frame, protecting against abrasion or snags. Great for netting squid, shad or other elusive baitfish.