Now that you've worn out that angry brown trout that ate your fly, go ahead and let him rest for a minute in the Fishpond Nomad Mid-Length Net and admire that big old kype and adipose before you turn him back to the river. This mid-length net gives you 11 more inches of length in the handle than its little brother, the Nomad Hand Net, for added convenience when you're trying bring in those fish that just refuse to get too close.Made from a carbon fiber and fiberglass composite blend, the Nomad Mid-Length Net resists wear from the su,is waterproof, and floats like a cork, just in case you accidentally drop it in the river. Its Riverkoat finish consists of a rubberized paint that offers a solid grip when wet, while the Nomad Mid-Length's olive carbon weave supplies a look that's sure to evoke some envy from other anglers you pass along the way to your top-secret honey hole.
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