Hydro Landing Net Extension Handle

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The Hydro Landing Net Extension Handle allows an additional 3ft to be added to the handle length of either the Hydro 42″ Landing Net or Hydro Two-Piece Landing Net, creating a 9ft handle which is perfect when using extra-long hook links or when netting fish over marginal weed.

The Hydro Landing Net Extension Handle features a Japanese shrink-wrap handle grip, with a removable bung at the end of the handle, allowing additional Extension Handles to create an even longer handle if required!

  • 3ft extension handle for the Hydro Net or Hydro Two-Piece Net
  • Perfect for when using long Zig hooklinks or landing fish over marginal weed
  • Japanese shrink wrap handle
  • Sleek, minimalist design

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Technical Specifications: 3ft high-modulus carbon pole 3k weave finish
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