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Brodin Cutthroat Phantom Series Net


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    Easy on the eyes and fish.

    Gentle catch and release practices are critical to protecting trout streams for generations to come, which is why you head to the creek with the elegantly shaped Brodin Cutthroat Phantom Series Net. The thermoplastic Ghost net won't snag flies and is easy on fish so you can turn them loose to fight another day. Plus, the non-native eucalyptus wood frame looks great when you snap a few pictures of that beautiful native cutthroat trout. 

    • Plantation grown non-native wood
    • Eco-clear net
    • 24-inch overall length
    • Item #BDN000H

    Tech Specs

    lightweight thermoplastic
    11.75 x 16 in
    Recommended Use

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    Fit for a Pro.

    • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    Initial thoughts, "Perfect net for spending a day walking along the river. Shorter handle makes it easy to stash and the net material is very soft to keep those trout happy and injury free."
    The "ghost" material was introduced by Brodin in 2007 and was initially constructed with nasty plastics, last year they developed an eco-friendly version right here in the U.S.A., and have since equipped all of there nets with this material.

    Big wading net

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I bought this to be my primary net for all of the fishing I do, which is primarily wading smaller rivers around Utah. It is a little big for walking around the river, but it has a deep net which is very handy. No one wants to worry about your fish jumping out of the net once you land it. I switched to the thermoplastic net from a mesh fabric net since I was getting my hooks stuck in the mesh all of the time.