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  1. Daiwa Trout Net Telescopic

    Starting at £28.99

    Daiwa Trout Net Telescopic

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  2. Wychwood Rover Landing Net

    Starting at £41.16

    Wychwood Rover Landing Net

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  3. Shakespeare Agility Trout Net

    Starting at £27.99

    Shakespeare Agility Trout Net

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  4. Greys GS Net
    £21.99

    Greys GS Net

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  5. Snowbee Aluminium Frame Hand Trout Net

    Starting at £10.99

    Snowbee Aluminium Frame Hand Trout Net

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  6. Cortland Catch & Release Net
    £23.99

    Cortland Catch & Release Net

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A session of fly fishing encourages thoughts of country estates and landed gentry, ghillies and tweed. For many hoping to catch a trout or salmon, we have sorted the best of fly fishing nets on the market that is not going to drain your bank balance.

Do I need a net for fly fishing?

A premier quality net is without a shadow of a doubt one of the most important pieces of tackle that you can own. Not only is a net the only safe way you can transport your fish from the water to the bank, but owning a good quality net is a vital aspect of fish care. 

What to look for in a fly fishing net

All the fly fishing nets we stock here at Angling Direct, have been designed by tackle companies who really understand both the needs of the angler and the needs of the fish. We stock nets in a variety of shapes and sizes, so you can pick the perfect net for your needs. Our fly fishing landing nets include rounded and triangular net heads to complement the shape of the fish, thus providing the most support for the fish as you lift it out of the water. 

Many of our fly landing nets are manufactured with rubber or latex netting material. This is much for ideal for fly fishing to eliminate snagged hooks as well as lowering the change of smelly water residue penetrating the material. This will be important to those anglers popping a wet net in their car to find it can stink the whole boot out! You can avoid a smelly net by also looking into luggage options such as a net bag.

Additionally, rubber nets are better for fish as they provide less friction, meaning when the fish is in the net and pushing itself against the net material its protective slime and delicate scales are safe from damage. This is perfect for practising catch and release.

The type of handle you have on a fly fishing net is also important. We stock nets with a shorter handle that are designed to fit compactly inside a boat, as well as nets with telescopic handles that you can extend to you ideal length. You can also find on our site folding nets that are convenient for those looking for long-handled trout nets but want the save of transportation space. 

Angling Direct has always said that fishing isn’t only our business, it’s our passion too, which is why you’ll only ever find products that we’re proud to use in our own angling on our shelves. This means that we only ever stock products from the very best brands in the business, and you can find fly fishing nets from the likes of Wychwood, Daiwa, Sensas, and Greys in our tackle shop. These are all brands we trust on a daily basis in our own angling, so we’re confident that you’ll love them too. 

If you’d like any additional information on any of the fly fishing nets we stock then please contact our customer services team. All their contact information can be found on the dedicated customer services page of our site and, as all our calls are handled in-house, our team are able to offer you unrivalled impartial advice on any aspect of angling.

Why not check out the fly fishing section of the Angling Direct website as well as tips for fishing on the fly found on our AD blog.

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