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Old 07-08-2019, 07:43 PM   #1
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I ripped my net with my anchor. Any suggestions on where I can take it for repairs. The net is only 8 months old
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What is the net made of? I had one that was made of soft rubber (plastic). I used zip ties to close holes. Be careful and have all of the "rough" parts on one side of the net and keep them to the outside so they don't rub of the scales/slime particularly if you are releasing.
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I tie any tears or open holes in mine up with mono....whatever i use for leader. Just sew it up tie the holes shot......been like that for years.
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I tie any tears or open holes in mine up with mono....whatever i use for leader. Just sew it up tie the holes shot......been like that for years.
This^^^^ or, when it's a big hole, and if it's just a regular net (not a vinyl coated, float equipped super net), you can get a replacement net at academy and replace the net.
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I repair mine with some 20# braid while watching fishing shows.
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I ripped my net with my anchor. Any suggestions on where I can take it for repairs. The net is only 8 months old
Hey TXanalogkd, I don't think "the hole in my net" is on the back of the shirt, that has all of the excuses for not catching fish. We need to add it. I'd use some nylon string and jury rig it.
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