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scozza
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   Old Thread  #15 28 Nov 2023 at 6.13am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #13
Sounds good

Edit, had a Google, simple but a little bit of genius, love it.
Hudson
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Hudson
   Old Thread  #14 27 Nov 2023 at 6.16pm    Login    Register
Reckon it will work with the aqua net arm floats?
Leeroyjenkins
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Leeroyjenkins
   Old Thread  #13 27 Nov 2023 at 6.14pm    Login    Register
The dobbins bobbins landing net has a very simple solution to this. A hole in the spreader block, and a spike on a bankstick to put it on. It works fantastically well, and I'm very surprised other manufacturers haven't done something similar. Well, that I'm aware of anyway.
Canalcarper71
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Canalcarper71
   Old Thread  #12 27 Nov 2023 at 5.25pm    Login    Register
I bought the avid one due to the jag one I ordered being cancelled 2 days later possibly due to being out of stock,the jag was from browns angling and the avid one was for AD online.
The avid one has 2 clasps facing in opposite directions and you have to use 2 bank sticks which does make it more sturdy/secure,in fact you can take a bucket of bait and slide it on the landing net pole and use it to quickly bait up as well(as long as the bucket isnít full to top of bait).
djstrauss281
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djstrauss281
   Old Thread  #11 27 Nov 2023 at 3.08pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #10
Same here I ended up buying the korda net so i don't need a net float 😂. Solar p1 now sits in the bushes as a spare
Winkler
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   Old Thread  #10 27 Nov 2023 at 2.48pm    Login    Register
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Jag one is a fail with the net float in place, I did adapt mine to work by adding spacers to the U-rests but they should have thought about it first imo.. Maybe they only designed it for use with a fish in the net and thought it looked cool with the net simply resting in it, but of course no net floats in sight on the promo shots..

Just ordered the Avid one so will see how that works..

Agreed not a vital bit of kit but for rough gravel pit banks, it is handy to be able to unhook the fish in the net / unclip the hooklink, then let it recover while sorting the sling out.
scozza
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   Old Thread  #9 27 Nov 2023 at 1.13pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #8
I was thinking similar myself at one point mate, itís a good idea. I was thinking two thin round bar type U rests to sit the net frame in. See how this pans out

finbob
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finbob
   Old Thread  #8 27 Nov 2023 at 10.35am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #7
Nice one. Can use a pair on a cheapo buzz bar if want to lock net arms each side-obvs check the net width to suit buzz bar width. Can use 2 x individual locks if cant push handle into bank. Stops pole lifting.
scozza
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   Old Thread  #7 27 Nov 2023 at 7.21am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #6
I want it for resting fish in on the river

I bought one of the Nash butt grips as recommended, seem decent to be fair

Thanks for the feedback Shagnasty, as I suspected, no good with the net float

I am a world champ at leaving nets in reed beds and going home too
Teddybare
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   Old Thread  #6 27 Nov 2023 at 0.44am  3  Login    Register
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Ive chucked various nets on the floor over the last 35 years.

Had 30s 40s and 50s in that time, **** knows how i managed it having not spunked a wedge on the latest JAG must have.

Please can someone DM me with how JAG will make me carch more fish.

35 years wasred.😪
shagnasty1
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shagnasty1
   Old Thread  #5 26 Nov 2023 at 8.45pm    Login    Register
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I use the jag net holder and no it doesnt seem to work with a net float so I've taken mine off. Its a great piece of kit but I too.eoild have preferred one that worked with a float. My old wychwood one did but it was very heavy.
scozza
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   Old Thread  #4 17 Nov 2023 at 1.42pm    Login    Register
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Thanks lads

The butt lock looks interesting, is it rubber lined, would stop the net handle turning round?
finbob
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finbob
   Old Thread  #3 14 Nov 2023 at 8.46am    Login    Register
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I use a small nash buttlock- less faff and less kit to carry.

Spike
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Spike
   Old Thread  #2 14 Nov 2023 at 6.30am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #1
What about just a stainless bank stick and a locking type butt rest like the ND magnetic ones or Nashís snag ones where they close around the rod.

Or even just a decent cheap butt grip like ESP. To hold the rear of the net pole then you could just use a tent peg if needed
scozza
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   Old Thread  #1 13 Nov 2023 at 9.29pm    Login    Register
Really like the look of the JAG one, then I wonder if it will hold a net with a float on it, anybody using one who can feedback?

Any other options, simple is best for me, and ideally just one bank stick

Any stainless versions about that I could have missed?
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