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How 'used' is it?
 

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Looks to be in very good shape.

How deep is the net it self? Say frame to bottom of net?

Can it hold 12" fish without a problem? that is about as big of fish that I catch :thumb: ::)
 

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Looks to be in very good shape.

How deep is the net it self? Say frame to bottom of net?

Can it hold 12" fish without a problem? that is about as big of fish that I catch :thumb: ::)
The 12" teak handle gives extra reach when fishing from pontoon or belly boats.
The net bag weighs a scant 4 ounces and is clear in color so that it will disappear in the water and will not spook the fish. The frame is constructed of plantation grown Teak with a 4 ply bow and an extra reinforcing strip at the yoke. Flies will not get stuck in the net bag.

Features:
  • 28" overall length
  • 12" by 16" hoop
  • Lightweight clear thermoplastic net bag
  • Re-enforced yoke
It will handle 12" fish no problem:thumb:If i had to venture a guess 10-12" top to bottom.
 

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MUNI,

Thought WTF meant : Welcome To Fruita?
 

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I mean, if the goal is to get the fish out of the water safely and have a place to unhook it, many cheap nets do the trick.

For me, anyway... Spending more than $25 on a net is like buying the expensive bottled water... I mean, it's water....

Not degrading your item, man... Just my taste/preference/whatever.
 
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