If you want a modern net that is easy on fish yet maintains a classic look and feel, the Brodin S2 Frying Pan net is just the thing you have been dreaming of. Made for western river giants, this net was built with a wider opening that will help you land a 24" trophy trout. Designed with sustainability in mind, this net embodies Brodin's ideal of beauty meets function. Concerned with creating environmentally responsible products, Brodin sources their wood from sustainable and plantation grown woods in Costa Rica where their nets are manufactured. The S2 Frying Pan features a figured Costa Rican wood handle augmented with mother of pearl inlaid marks for convenient measuring. The beautifully crafted handle is strung with a clear thermoplastic rubber net bag that makes this a high-performance catch and release tool. The clear net bag helps to improve your release rate and simultaneously protects the fish. The smooth thermoplastic net is gentler on the delicate, protective coating of the fish, which causes less stress on the water. An easy landing is enhanced by the durable rubber that deters snagged flies and line tangles which means an easier release for you and the fish.
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