Made with #104 multifilament line, sinks fast with 1 lb. of plastic coated steel weight per radial foot.This Champion multifilament cast net has a 8 ft. radius, 1/4 in. sq. mesh. Features include heavy monofilament brail lines with separator, heavy duty 10/0 swivel, white.
Our Champion series of Cast Nets are extremely popular, having been continously improved over many years. All Champion models feature panel construction and heavy duty components.
Comes packed in vinyl bag, complete with instructions on use and throwing.
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Apr 30, 2015 | By Jim Dorman
Third multifilament net I have purchased from you. After 23 years the first one I purchased is still in use,my son has. Second one is on my boat and third I purchased for my brother. Great net love it. Thank you Jim Dorman St Pete Beach Fl.
The harsh truth
Oct 16, 2017 | By adam
Ordered an 8' cast net that was $110.00 plus $20.00 shipping and expected to get a quality castnet. When I received the cast net I had to retie a few of the loose ends that were coming undone. Threw it in the yard a few times and did not like the way it threw and I have been throwing cast nets for 20+ years. It looked as though a few of the main mono lines that run the 8' down and connect to the weighted part of the cast net were not the same length all the way around so it was throwing there balance off. It was a brand new net and inalready had to tie up a few loose ends so I was not about to start redoing the main lines of the net, that's why I bought a net instead of building one myself. I have had better quality out of a $40.00 net from Walmart that I throw in rockier areas that I can justify sacrifice if it gets hung up. I tried to return the net and they wanted me to pay a 25% restocking fee and I had to pay return shipping. So after all said and done I would have to Pay almost $30 in a restocking fee, almost 30 bucks return shipping and not to mention the $20 I paid on shipping initially. Therefore after I return the net I would still pay $80.00 for the initial $110 cast net, that I wouldn't have. The girl on the phone did not know why I still did not want to return it and would not take away the restocking fee. I will be sticking with Betts cast nets from now on.
cast net 8'
Mar 11, 2018 | By N
prefer smaller "real.lead weights" not the.plasric & lead ones provided
Owner Response:Most cast nets are now made with weights that are coated in plastic.