Strong river keepnet

Mike atkinson

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I’m after a strong keepnet,, preferably one that lets the wind through it easily,, where I fish is very open and exposed,, my daiwa keepnet has lasted this year,, but it’s shredded now, on the rocks. Thanks
 

Minno

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I fish on the large Irish loughs and rivers 3-4 times a week and use a Preston Quick Dry net (so do most of the lads I fish with).

They with stand rocks and zebra mussels. Even after 4 years mine is still going strong. There is a new model of this net out now which is every bit as good.
 

Ken the Pacman

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The Greys river net is also very good but they have been discontinued now but you might find one in stock somewhere.
 

tee.bee

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As Ken says if you can get hold of one the Greys freeflow net is a great net
 

Simon R

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I've got this one - four Ireland trips and umpteen rocky rivers and it's still going strong

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It's a Shakespeare and I spotted it in Boyes - it was summat daft like a tenner or so.
They always have a few in stock but I've not looked at them for ages so I dunno what the current range is - and I suspect it'll probably alter from shop to shop anyway.

This one looks very similar Shakespeare Sigma Square Keepnet 3m

Simon
 
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