Fishpond Nomad El Jefe Net- River Armor

Fishpond Nomad El Jefe Net- River Armor
Fishpond Nomad El Jefe Net- River Armor
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Nomad El Jefe Net- River Armor by Fishpond
The River Armor line from Fishpond is comprised of bombproof nets in varied sizes, including the Nomad El Jefe Net. A core of carbon fiber and fiberglass is surrounded by an outer layer of DuPont Kevlar and carbon fiber for optimal strength while maintaining a light weight. The large bag is spacious enough to comfortably hold prize-winning fish, while the net is still a manageable size for hiking and wading.

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SKU: FSH003W
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