There selling large Seaking 4000 landing nets for $39.95
That is a great deal thanks for the info!
I bought one last week.Good deal but you get what you pay for!Used the net for the first time on saturday and noticed that the butt end fell off! Still cant find it!Still lands fish just fine but I would check both ends of the handle to make sure they are on there tight.
Yeah the [u]first</u> thing a person should do with one of those is glue the butt cap on, the other end cap too.quote:Originally posted by Hoochiebob
Good deal but you get what you pay for!Used the net for the first time on saturday and noticed that the butt end fell off! Still cant find it!Still lands fish just fine but I would check both ends of the handle to make sure they are on there tight.
Down by the breakwater just before you turn into the cruise ship area. Great prices, hugh selection, was orignially geared for the commerical fishery industry but sells to every one. One of my favorite stores
Will have to visit on my next trip over.
- Mongoose -
Ok, sounds like a great price, but why are you posting a pic directly off the Scotty site depicting a Scotty net?? [link to your image] "http://www.scotty.com/marine/products/product/fishacc/pics/nets.jpg"
The SeaKing net is an awesome net [also known as a REDL net] - and that sounds like a really good deal...your posts have created some confussion for me.
Scotty nets are known as;
No. 206 - 30" solid hoop, 4 foot handle
No. 207 - 30" solid hoop, 6 foot handle
Saw a neat tip on another fishing forum. If the buts already off your net, stuff it full of foam packing pellets for bouyancy. Another way is, remove the bottom cap from the handle of your net and fill it with expandable spray foam. After it has cured, replace the cap and it should now float. That way you may not have to buy another net for a while.