Fishpond Nomad Mid-Length Boat Net

Fishpond Nomad Mid-Length Boat Net
Fishpond Nomad Mid-Length Boat Net
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Nomad Mid-Length Boat Net by Fishpond
Building upon the legendary Nomad Net, Fishpond took the original blueprint and made it bigger and longer to handle those extra-wily fish. Its carbon fiber and fiberglass composite construction offers the power to handle bigger fish without being too heavy, and the rubber net bag holds tough through some serious battles. Plus, this net is waterproof, UV-protected, and floats like a cork should you drop it in the drink.

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SKU: FSHC02A
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