Due to courier overlength surcharges, if your order is over 1.4m & under £150 we will contact you to advise any shipping cost before dispatch. All overlength orders above £150 are shipped free of charge within mainland UK.

Drennan Acolyte Landing Nets

Unlike anything else on the market and offering a significant technical improvement on existing match and carp nets. Featuring a special mesh that is kind to both the fish and your hooks.

DescriptionPart CodeStockPriceQTY
14 inchesTNLAHR014Out of Stock£19.95
16 inchesTNLAHR016In Stock£20.95
18 inchesTNLAHR018Out of Stock£21.95

Product Description

Acolyte Hook Resistant Landing Nets are unlike anything else on the market and offer a significant technical improvement on existing match and carp nets.

They feature a special mesh that is kind to both the fish and your hooks. The flat section, knotless mesh with a super fine, tight weave is fish friendly. It’s also seriously hook resistant and designed to release rare hook ups much more easily and quickly.

The net is designed to hold its form and shape, so you need never untangle the mesh when speed netting.

Other features include a lightweight but strong D-section frame, a metal spreader block and a stainless screw fitting. Ideal for all types of venues and species, including carp and silverfish.

Available in three sizes: 14in (36cm), 16in (41cm), 18in (46cm)

Features:

  • Unique hook resistant mesh
  • Anti snag material
  • Soft and fish friendly
  • Lightweight D-section alloy frame
  • Extra strong spreader block
  • Stainless steel thread
  • For carp and silverfish
  • Ideal for barbed and barbless hooks

 

Sorry, this item is currently out of stock.
We currently hold [remaining-stock] units of this item in stock but more should be available soon.
You cannot order more of this item than we currently hold in stock.
You must order at least [min-order-qty] of this product.
You must order at least [min-order-qty] of this product. We currently hold [remaining-stock] in stock but more should be available soon.

This site uses cookies. By continuing your visit, you accept their use as set out in our Cookie Policy. OK