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Not that long ago, most Aussie anglers just fished for the table, with success being measured by how many fish were in the Esky at the end of the day. Now, catch and release is widely practised right around the country, with many anglers still catching plenty, coming home with nothing for the pot, yet considering it to have been a good day. Catch and release has now become the norm - and not just for fish that are undersize or considered poor table fare, but tasty fish as well. Obviously, vulnerable species like Australian bass, estuary perch and cod are the number one catch-and-release targets, but barra, bream, big flathead and even snapper are being set free in increasing numbers. If you want to practice catch and release the correct way, then get yourself an Environet. The brainchild of the late Dave Irvine, a dedicated, thinking angler who really cared about the survival of his favourite species like bass, cod and jacks, the Environet has no knots to damage the fish's all-important mucus layer, the mesh is fine enough to let the water flow through, but not so large that fins can become frayed, and hooks don't get caught up in it either.
|Product Description||Length||Head size||Material|
|Environet BAIT NET BLACK||480mm Total||Small Head||Aluminium Frame|
|Environet FMS200 (Full Mesh) BLUE||200mm Handle||Small Head||Aluminium Frame|
|Environet FMS500 (Full Mesh) BLUE||500mm Handle||Small Head||Aluminium Frame|
|Environet FMS1000 (Full Mesh) BLUE||1000mm Handle||Small Head||Aluminium Frame|
|Environet FML500 (Full Mesh) BLUE||500mm Handle||Large Head||Aluminium Frame|
|Environet FML1000 (Full Mesh) BLUE||1000mm Handle||Large Head||Aluminium Frame|
|Environet FMXL1000 (Full Mesh) BLUE||1000mm Handle||X Large Head||Aluminium Frame|