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Throw nets #13364353 12/07/19 05:03 PM
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What kind and size would be a good throw net?

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Re: Throw nets [Re: CamoKat] #13364417 12/07/19 06:30 PM
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I throw a 7’ fitec ultra spreader 11970 deep hole taped net. I get em for $120 delivered on amazon. This is a good net for getting bigger baits in deeper water. I use it shallow as well but it lets most small bait pass through. If you like to catch threadfin then this net won’t catch those unless they are fairly big. texas

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Re: Throw nets [Re: CamoKat] #13364434 12/07/19 06:51 PM
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The fitec ultra spreader gs 1500 series in 3/8 to half inch is a good net and will catch pretty deep.


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Re: Throw nets [Re: CamoKat] #13364443 12/07/19 07:15 PM
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Thanks guys

Re: Throw nets [Re: CamoKat] #13364587 12/07/19 10:30 PM
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A 3' cheapie from wallyworld .... I can throw it and make it land flat sometimes ... like maybe every 50th throw hammer


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Re: Throw nets [Re: ACAMS] #13364671 12/08/19 12:14 AM
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Originally Posted by ACAMS
A 3' cheapie from wallyworld .... I can throw it and make it land flat sometimes ... like maybe every 50th throw hammer



Keep at it. Took me a while to get it down and still make bad throws sometimes... but it gets better the more you do it.


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Re: Throw nets [Re: CamoKat] #13364778 12/08/19 01:37 AM
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I can throw any net flat on shore. On the boat is another story. The nets from Walmart where I’m at don’t sink fast enough. Looking for quality now

Re: Throw nets [Re: CamoKat] #13364897 12/08/19 03:09 AM
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A good panel net always throws better than a cheaper net.


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Re: Throw nets [Re: CamoKat] #13365004 12/08/19 04:52 AM
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I’m also a fan of the gs1500 for deeper water, right now I’m using an old salt pro series which is a heavy net but compared to the Fitec gs1500 I would choose the Fitec. In shallower water I generally throw cheaper nets because if I tear one or lose it completely it is generally in shallower water. I throw 7’ net all the time and will use 3/8, 1/2 and even 5/8 in shallower water and in deep water I throw 5/8.


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Re: Throw nets [Re: CamoKat] #13365888 12/09/19 02:51 AM
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Fitec GS series is a great net that catches bait.

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Re: Throw nets [Re: Capt. Michael Littlejohn] #13365930 12/09/19 03:37 AM
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I will sure do that 🤙

Re: Throw nets [Re: CamoKat] #13366401 12/09/19 05:55 PM
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We can use bigger than a 7ft up my way we throw 8 or 9ft Betts Brand Lead nets .... we have one taped for going deep.. thumb


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Re: Throw nets [Re: CamoKat] #13373126 12/15/19 01:00 PM
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WET ROOSTER JIGS FISHING SUPER STORE, Has 7' with lead weights 3/8 mesh,for the pro's 78.99.
7' with steel weights 3/8 mesh for a slower fall, 7' 64.99.
7' with steel weights 1/4 mesh used for shad and ghost minnows, 120.99
And for the beginners we have a 4' with steel weights 3/8 mesh 49.99
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Re: Throw nets [Re: CamoKat] #13373263 12/15/19 03:20 PM
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I use a 7' Betts Mullet net. It's heavy, throws great, but not the cheapest. I taped it my self this year and it made a huge difference in deep water.

I would buy a net that's already taped next time I need one. If you plan on throwing deep it will really increase your catch.

Re: Throw nets [Re: CamoKat] #13374080 12/16/19 10:49 AM
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Fitec ultra spreader series works for me and has for years, a good value in a great net


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