Rising Lunker Net

Rising Lunker Net
Rising Lunker Net
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Lunker Net by Rising
After you tire out that big old rainbow, bring your catch into the boat with the Rising Lunker net. Its long handle makes scooping up feisty fish relatively easy, and its deep-set rubber net is easy on trout's sensitive slime coating, ensuring a safe release.

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SKU: RIS000C
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