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Fishpond Nomad Native Net

$125.95

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  • Original, One Size
    $125.95
  • Native, One Size
    $125.95

Keep em' wet.

Save the fish you love to catch so much by catching and releasing them as gently as possible with a little help from the Fishpond Nomad Native Net. The smallest offering in the Nomad line, the Native Net is ideal for small creeks and remote rivers. Fishpond's burly carbon/fiberglass composite frame will hold up to season after season of use, and is coated with a RiverKoat finish, which makes the net easy to hold when wet. 

  • Carbon fiber and fiberglass composite frame
  • Clear rubber net
  • RiverKoat finish
  • Waterproof, weatherproof and buoyant
  • Item #FSH001B

Material
[frame] carbon fiber, fiberglass composite, [net] clear rubber
Size
[head] 8.5 x 17.5 in, [length] 25.5 in
Recommended Use
fly fishing

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>Rating: 5

Fishpond nomad net

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Very well crafted net....only wish the net was more eco friendly:(

Very
>Rating: 4

Just Beautiful

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

My "daily carry" net for trout here along the smaller streams and waters in Utah. Super strong and light with a beautiful pattern and gorgeous grippy texture to the handle.

>Rating: 5

Great catch and release net

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought this to use when fishing with a friend who is a fly-fisherman. We used it for trout while hiking on the river banks. The hooks never get caught in the netting and we could safely release the fish back into the wild.

>Rating: 5

My favorite net!

I love this net for when I'm wading on the streams & rivers. Lightweight, durable, floats & has a nice rubbery finish with a cool trout pattern. I've had some of the cheaper rubber nets and this is much better. The cheaper ones use a stiff rubber that wears out quickly. This basket has been through 2 hard seasons so far and is still going strong, I especially like that the rubber basket is nice & soft and doesn't stiffen up. I do have the mid length too but it doesn't get near as much use. Definitely use a lanyard. I keep an S carabiner on my wading belt with a coil cord going to the handle with the magnet zip tied to the head of the net where it attaches to my vest. This nets a bit expensive to lose down stream!