Fishpond Nomad Hand Net

Fishpond Nomad Hand Net
Fishpond Nomad Hand Net
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Nomad Hand Net by Fishpond
Fishpond built its Nomad Hand Net to withstand tough fly fishing conditions. Made from a carbon fiber and fiberglass composite blend, the Nomad offers UV protection and waterproofness, and it floats like a cork in case you accidentally drop it in the river. Its olive RiverKoat finish is a rubberized paint that offers superb grip when wet while the Nomad's olive carbon weave supplies an aesthetically-pleasing look. An included rubber bag offers protection during storage.

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SKU: FSH000I
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