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Clip for holding net bag back

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Does anyone have a picture of how they rig a clip to your net handle to keep the bag from being pushed out in front when netting a fish?  I can't get any pictures when searching for some reason.

 

Thanks in advance

 

Tomy

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I just use an old downrigger release and run the wire around the net handle and clip it to the wire again

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Made my own with a scotty down rigger release and electrical taped the lead around the handle.

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Scotty down rigger clip ... just wrap the excess wire around the handle and duct tape it in a position that it reaches and keeps the very tip of the net as far back as possible.

 

Bass pro does have a custom clip.  Basically two parts, one goes on the net hoop and the other on the netting itself.  The two connect with a strong magnet. Under the weight of a fish, the magnets release and you're good to go.

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Buy this for $3 from Home Depot - magnetic carabiner hook - and attach it to the bottom of your net. Then use electrical tape to attach a washer to your net handle. The two couple together perfectly and come apart easily when you lift a fish in the basket. It's a three dollar solution and it works slicker than sh!t. 

 

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