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    Default Crappie Masters Net?

    Anyone ever seen or used one? I'm leaning towards this one.

    The Crappie Masters Net - Landing Nets



    Wichita

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    HOLY S_ _ T !!!!!!! $50 bucks for a dip net

    You go for it !!!!:D


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    Thats not to bad of a price for one that extends that far.
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    Looks like a steal to me.

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    I bought one from them 2 years ago at nationals in reelfoot. Love it, and it light enough that my 11 yr old has no problem using it.

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    Couple of guys I know up here that fish walleye's use them!!! They really like the rubberized net.

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    What the heck...See something ya like get it! I've lost 50.00 on a lot less useful things ha ha.... Thanks all for the feedback!
    Wichita

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    I have one of those and have used it for a little over a year and we really like it. My wife and grandson can both use it easily.
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    That looks like a good net to me,I got a new one with the rubber netting from BPS last year and really like it and paid about 50 bucks for it.

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    Well I guess I was a little un-informed with my response . When I got home I pulled out the ole Bass Pro fishing catalog to check out the price of nets. To my suprise there was one in there for $89.99 and several over the $50 price range so if that is what you want to spend your money on the feel free to do it. There were also some resonable priced nets for under $20 that would do the job just as well and if you want a longer handle on them you can just cut a mop or broom handle off and stick it inside the aluminum handle add a couple of screws and you have a long handled dip net and I'll bet the crappie will never know!


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