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SF Fly Fishing Landing Black Rubber Trout Catch and Release Net

$69.99


Fly Fishing Nets & Fly Fishing Landing Nets | Sportfish

The art of fly fishing captured with the Smallfish Fly Fishing Nets. If you’re an angler of any kind it’s common knowledge that fly fishing takes skill and patience, but when mastered, it’s an art form. Like the sport, great gear can also be an art form. Leave it to Smallfish to go above and beyond a typical net design. Small Fish have done a beautiful job in adapting Japanese Tenkara style with modern day fly fishing catch and release nets leaving you with an exceptional and unique net. Influenced by Tenkura fishing nets, Smallfish designs each net with a high level of form and function utilizing organic shapes and sizes that suit both fly fisher and spin fisherman alike. Hand crafted using a variety of woods such as maple, walnut, and hickory, each net is a collaboration of nature and design. To top it off, if you have something in mind (for example, a type of wood or a variety branch), Smallfish will work with you on creating exactly what you need.

The Vermilion Fishing Net introduces traditional style to the next generation. When it comes to hauling in that catch, a net is an essential tool for any serious fisherman. Designed for the fly fisherman (although it can be easily used for boat or canoe fishing), the Vermilion by Prestonmade is a true work of masterful art. Made 100% from local sustainable harvested Wisconsin Walnut (5 laminations of steam bent walnut, plus a solid walnut handle), make the Vermilion one tough beast perfectly suited for trophy trout, yet small enough to handle everything in between. Add on a fish friendly clear rubber net (removes less of the fish’s natural protective slime compared to typical nylon bags), allowing for faster release times and giving the fish a better chance to live another day. Prestonmade has handcrafted a timeless solid walnut fly fishing net, and if you’re lucky enough to purchase this prized net, you’ll have more than one thing to brag about this fishing season.

Tenkara Fly Fishing Net | LumberJac

    Modern C & R fly fishing nets are generally made of either rubberized materials, urethane-impregnated nylon, or poly-vinyl chloride (PVC). The process is injection molded to hold the net in place. Extra reinforcing for strength is placed at the yoke.

    The frames of the nets are mostly teak, maple, or ash because these woods are lighter and will not warp in water.

    When put into water, Brodin's new Ghost series net "becomes translucent and is less likely to spook fish." A non-traumatized fish stands a better chance of survival.

FLY FISHING NETS DESIGNED FOR CATCH AND RELEASE FISHING

The art of fly fishing captured with the Smallfish Fly Fishing Nets. If you’re an angler of any kind it’s common knowledge that fly fishing takes skill and patience, but when mastered, it’s an art form. Like the sport, great gear can also be an art form. Leave it to Smallfish to go above and beyond a typical net design. Small Fish have done a beautiful job in adapting Japanese Tenkara style with modern day fly fishing catch and release nets leaving you with an exceptional and unique net. Influenced by Tenkura fishing nets, Smallfish designs each net with a high level of form and function utilizing organic shapes and sizes that suit both fly fisher and spin fisherman alike. Hand crafted using a variety of woods such as maple, walnut, and hickory, each net is a collaboration of nature and design. To top it off, if you have something in mind (for example, a type of wood or a variety branch), Smallfish will work with you on creating exactly what you need.

You'll join Greg Madrigal of Sierra Nets in the studio while building The Emperor, a beautiful Wenge, Ebony, curly Maple, salvaged Mahogany, and Buckeye Burl custom fly fishing net for a client. The net is a loving gift to his dad. You'll see hand-carved inlays of bronze, Anthracite, Fire Coral, and brass. Please Enjoy!