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Landing Nets

Nash Pursuit Strongbow Landing Net

£99.99

Super light, durable and stunning quality then Strongbow Net will never let you down in your Pursuit of big carp

Fox Explorer 42' Net

£94.99

Ideal for stalking, traveling light or boat fishing, the Explorer net has been purpose designed to be compact, light weight and high quality.

Fox Horizon X3 42' Net

£79.99

Beautify discreet branded net to compliment the horizon x3 range featuring a high modulus carbon construction

Sonik Xtractor Net 42' (T44)

£59.99

Packing down to a measly 44 inches this is by far one of the most compact nets on the market, purpose built of attaching to your Xtractor holdall

Trakker EQ Landing Net - spare olive mesh

£19.99

Whether its mice, brambles or snags eventually you will need to replace your EQ net mesh

Trakker EQ Carbon Landing Net - Olive

£89.99

Extremely lightweight carbon design the EQ features a stainless steel spreader block and reinforced mesh.

Nash Scope Landing Net

£208.99 £189.99

If stalking or fishing tight swims is your style look no further than the Scope Landing Net, ideal for stalking, floater fishing or fishing a mobile approach.

Nash Subterfuge Net Float

£14.99

High bouyancy, drawstring tightening system and awesome camo design, the Subterfuge Net Float is a must have.

Thinking Anglers Camfleck Net Float

£9.99

Complete with Velcro fastening strap the Camfleck Net Float will keep your net buoyant and easily manoeuvred.

Gardner Specialist Extending Net Handle XL

£59.99

Useful in a vast array of situations whether its netting fish on zig rigs, needing extra length netting fish from steep riverbanks or waters with dense bankside vegetation the XL Specialist Net Handle really is a life saver.

Korum Opportunist Telescopic Net Handle 1.8m

£29.99

Supplied with a dedicated carry strap and packs away so small you wont know you have it on you this is the perfect compact net handle for you!

Aqua Atom Spare Landing Net Mesh

£19.99

There is nothing worse then ripping your favorite landing net mesh, actually there is. Ripping it to the point where the carp can break free once netted! Don't let it get to that point replace the mesh!