Compact storage


Storage should be a big consideration when choosing a fishing net. Even in my 21-foot bass boat, one-piece nets take up a bunch of room and there’s really no convenient place to store them. I can strap ’em down on my front deck, but then I’m limiting the number of rods I can have on my deck. 

This net, however, breaks down easily into two pieces. The handle screws right into the hoop in just a few seconds and cross-threading has not been an issue thus far. 

It’s a nice feeling knowing I can stuff my net into one of my rod lockers and keep it there at all times. I’ve kicked myself dozens of times for accidentally leaving my net at home on tournament day, but that’s not an issue with this net. It stays in my boat, so there’s no excuse to not have it whenever it’s needed.