Cuda Medium Telescoping Net - extends from 5.5ft to 6.75ft, 23" depth, replaceable net
18201| Product Description
Cuda Medium Telescoping Net - extends from 5.5ft to 6.75ft, 23" depth, replaceable net is rated out of 5 by 1.
- 26" x 20" Hoop with 23" Deep Net
- Telescoping Handle Extends from 5.5ft to 6.75ft
| Product Description
This medium size net features an aluminum hoop size of 20" width x 26" long and the coated net is 23" deep. The aluminum handle telescopes from 5.5 ft to a total length of 6.75 ft and has a corded section for a secure non-slip grip. The net is replaceable and easily removes with a water-resistant zipper construction.
Rated 4 out of 5 by WallyeWacker from Bang for the Buck You can pay more for less, for a lot of nets. This is really good quality and the matching twine/rope on end of handle is a nice accent.
Date published: 2020-08-15
I just purchased your MEDIUM telescoping fishing net. Is there replacement netting that could be used for minnoes and if so, what is the cost?
Hello Frank, We do have replacement nets, however, the netting is the same as the netting you purchased. We do not have different size net holes available for the medium net. We hope this answers your question. Thanks! The Cuda Team
Date published: 2020-07-22
Can I get a deeper replacement net for my model 18201. This one does not enough depth for cobia, or larger grouper and red snapper.
Hello, We do have some replacement nets for #18201 but they are the same size as your current net. For a deeper model, you would need to upgrade to net #18202. Unfortunately, the nets are not interchangeable, you need to have the larger shaft of #18202 in order to use the deeper net. We hope this answers your question. Thanks. The Cuda Team
Date published: 2019-11-20
Hello. Need to get a medium replacement net. How do I order one? Thanks!
Hi Bill, Please email [email protected] for help with a replacement net. Thanks! The Cuda Team
Date published: 2019-12-16
Ever though of making a longer handle for your medium net ? It looks like it would be great for salmon trolling except for the length. Thanks for your time, Matt
Hello and thanks for the question. What length handle are you looking for? We do have another net that is longer at 6.5ft to 7.75ft but it does have a wider hoop and deeper 30" net. Thanks for the suggestion, we will certainly keep your comments in mind. The Cuda Team
Date published: 2018-06-19
Has no one taken a close look at the page content? The Product Descriptions for both Large & Medium contain conflicting info re hoop size (medium first says 20" x 24", followed by 26" x 20"; large first says 26" x 36", followed by 38" x 26"). Actual?
Hi Jack, Thank you for pointing this out to us, we will get it corrected immediately. The correct specs for the medium net are - hoop size 26" x 20", net depth 23", handle extends from 5.5ft to 6.75ft. The large net has a hoop size of 38" x 26", a net depth of 30" and the handle extends from 6.5ft to 7.75ft. We apologize for the confusion! Regards, The Cuda Team
Date published: 2018-03-12
I was going to order your medium telescoping net for my husband for Christmas. The shipping charge was $37. Really?????!
Thanks for bringing this to our attention, please be on the lookout for an email from our Customer Service group. Regards, The Cuda Team
Date published: 2017-11-08
What is the net coated with? Is there a manufacture warranty? What is the total length with the handle retracted? What is the maximum recommended weight for the net?
Hi, The netting material is pvc coated. There is a warranty on the net shaft/hoop (against defects in materials or workmanship) but the netting material itself is not covered. For the small telescoping net #18201, the length is 4ft and extends to 5.25ft. We do not specify a maximum weight for the net. A thrashing fish that weighs less can be as difficult, or more difficult, to handle as a larger, calmer fish so it really depends. The depth on this particular net is 16". We hope this information helps and thank you for your questions. Regards, The Cuda Team
Date published: 2017-08-02