Rick Jones (OH) | March 29th, 2022
I added a rope to the handle.It is now perfect.
MXM (Pgh, PA) | March 1st, 2022
I ordered this net in the River Armor finish. It looks awesome! Fast shipping from reelflyrod. This net is the perfect size and is a nice upgrade from my old wooden frame net. It fits nicely tucked into my Orvis guide sling pack.
Ronnie (NC) | February 24th, 2022
This net is the ideal length for wade fishing and carrying in the Fishpond belt system. Lightweight and very durable
Dave (Colorado) | February 12th, 2022
Mid length nomad net is perfect for wade fishing if you are over 6 ft tall. It’s a great design and really makes netting the fish easy in streams compared to other ones I’ve used.
Dave (North Carolina) | February 5th, 2022
The mid length net is perfect for stalking bigger fish and fishing from a kayak. The extra length is useful when you need a bit more reach and slightly bigger net. The option to use two hands is nice if you need for landing a bruiser.
Andrew Emerson (Boise, ID) | February 2nd, 2022
I bought this to pair with a new Fishpond sling pack. It fits perfectly in the net slot and is very lightweight and durable. It's nice to have the extra length compared to the hand net. I also plan to use it from my float tube this spring and I think that the length will make netting fish much easier.
GB (California) | December 6th, 2021
I picked up one of these mainly for use when I’m direct line/euro nymphing. The long handle on this net is really handy when using a long rod.
Leon (CO) | September 30th, 2021
I had the fishpond emerger but decided to buy the mid-length for bigger fish. The extra five inches and slightly bigger net definitely is helping me net the 22-24" trout easier. If you're choosing between the two, IMO go for this one.
Danny H (SE Ohio) | September 18th, 2021
I gotta say that this net fits the bill. The length of the handle saves my back and makes it easy to net the wiley fish you are lucky enough to get.
The maiden voyage for this net was on a section of the Little Miami. It fits pretty nicely through a belt or under the sling of a pack to make it accessible. I hooked into a nice smallie and the extra reach allowed me to land the fish and take a good photo with minimal effort.
Later I took this net to fish the Elk in West Virginia. There are some bigger trout in that river and it was handy to have the net to land the more athletic salmonids. The rubber net protects the fish from injury. I highly recommend it.
Enzo (NH) | August 17th, 2021
I have this net and it’s light and pretty easy to carry. We be dropped it a couple times and it still looks like new