Brodin Excalibur Guide Series Net

Brodin Excalibur Guide Series Net
Brodin Excalibur Guide Series Net
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Excalibur Guide Series Net by Brodin
If your drift boat is as essential as your rod and reel, the Brodin Excalibur Ghost Series Net is what you need to easily land and release fish. The long 53-inch handle allows you to reach out and scoop fish up to 30 inches in length while the thermoplastic Ghost net eliminates snagged flies and is gentle on fish.

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SKU: BDN0014
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