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Best Crappie fishing net


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By beerWradima - Posted on 09 February 2011

What net do you guys prefer that will work for both trolling and single pole fishing? I fish a good bit by myself and not sure about these long handle crappiei nets.

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Well there have been a few crappiei specific nets introduced to the market in the last couple of years. The main differences in crappie nets and others is length of handle and weight.
The ego net is very popular with crappie fishermen and can be found here:
https://www.adventureproducts.com/ego/fishing-nets/reach-nets
Another is the crappie masters net and can be found here:
http://www.mengo-ind.com/DisplayDetail.aspx?which=340

Ray

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