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RS Nets Catfish Landing Net #14550694 11/30/22 03:54 PM
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Anyone interested in an RS Nets LAnding Net? If you want one PM me. I have a new one to get rid of. They are really nice, well made but they are too heavy for me. I am back to my old Bass Pro landing net...


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Re: RS Nets Catfish Landing Net [Re: Catfish Tim] #14552809 12/02/22 11:55 AM
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Tim, I got a new net recently and I already miss my old, aluminum handled net that couldn't possibly land a big fish (other than the 1,000 pounds of catfish it landed last year, including numerous fish over 40 lbs). These new nets are heavier and bulkier than I like. I'm sure I'll eat my words the first time I bring a 60 or 70 pounder to the boat though!

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