Nomad Nets are constructed with carbon fiber/fiberglass composite material. The result is a very lightweight and durable net. Nomad Nets are built for the conditions that prevail where great fishing exists; they are waterproof, UV protected, and float like a cork. All Nomad Nets come standard with a rubber bag.
Our Nomad Hand Net suited the vest-types, and the Guide Net got the pros' attention. The hardcore lumbar pack wearer, however, wanted a net with a little more length in the handle so they could stuff it between their pack and their back. The Mid-Length Nomad is it.
Well made net. Lightweight and quality materials. TFF shipped it out incredibly fast!
I have used this on the lake, wading and floating the river. Perfect length for some of those hard to reach landings but not so long that it's cumbersome to wade with. The construction and durability is excellent. This might be the last net I'll ever need.
The lightweight construction of these nets is what really makes them shine. It never seems like a burden to carry for a long day. They are crazy durable as well, mine has handled some pretty rough handling and it still looks really clean! The length comes in handy when you are fishing from the bank in still water for bass or trout. This is an easy recommend for any angler!
Good balance of light weight and durable. I’ve had this net for 3-4 years and just a little scratches from normal wear and tear. Definitely on the larger side of the net spectrum for wading trips but very manageable and not too big by any means. Good reach for netting in hard to reach places, with a good size basket to handle the majority of trout the average angler would come across (I’ve landed 26+ inch fish with no problem). I’ll even use the butt end of the net as a wading staff through some sketchy crossings. Wouldn’t necessarily recommend using as a boat net, but definitely could in a pinch.
This is my go to net: I use if for just about everything. The length is gives you some reach but it's still short enough to stuff behind your sling pack or through a belt. It's great for everyday use on nearly every river and it works in a boat too. It floats: I've chased mine down the river and was able to retrieve it because it was floating along. The only time I don't use it is when I'm headed to the high country - then it's too big/long/heavy.