A new drop net with enhanced features for catching fish from high up.
Connects To a One-Hundred Foot Line
Catches Fish Up to 50 lbs.
Reduces Chance of Fish Getting Away Once in Net
Only One Person Needed
Folds Easily for Transport and Storage
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Randy Lee Hicks of Bolivar, MO has created a drop net with enhanced features. Now even a solo fisherman will be able to catch fish up to 50 lbs. from high up.The idea was born while fishing off the Stockton Dam. Randy would catch fish, but he was unable to lift them up with just his fishing line. After breaking off several nice walleyes, he just knew there had to be a better way. In turn, he developed the High Altitude Dip Net! The invention features a frame made of sturdy, open-ended PVC piping. It fills with water and sinks until it is at the perfect level for catching fish. The bright white net is easy to see in the water and will not come loose thanks to no-snag clips. A three-point attachment system using eyebolts and paracord securely connects the frame to a one-hundred-foot line. After use, locking hinges make it easy to fold the net in half for transport and storage.Want to learn more about the High Altitude Dip Net? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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