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Old 03-10-2014, 08:35 PM
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Default Re: Fishpond Nomad Nets

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Originally Posted by fly_guy12955 View Post
I got a longer handle net,,,and I find it helps me not have to wobble over stones when netting a fish. AND, I stopped carrying it on a magnetic thing and just stick it in my belt in back,,
Hi Craig,

I have the long handle net and carry like Mike describes above. I like it and as advertised they serve as a wading staff when needed. If you find yourself going after really big fish look to the boat net because of the larger hoop. The guide size with the 13 X 18 is good until the fish are over 2 foot. You can still scoop them but you need some finesse on larger fish to get them in the bag.

All in all based on the fact that I chose the size I bought I give it a 10 out of 10 rating.

Ard
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