Frabill Hiber-Net

Item No.: 106863

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Product Details

The Frabill Hiber-Net features a revolutionary patented design that makes net storage fast and easy. A simple push of the grip opens the net to land fish. With a pull of the grip, the net collapses inside the handle, making it ideal for storage.

Frabill Hiber-Nets are constructed of heavy duty, extruded aluminum and are perfectly suited for use in any boat, including bass boats and center consoles. The netting features knotless construction for less tangles and easier use.

  • Model 3601 is great for use on smaller boats, canoes, and kayaks where the longer handle is not required
  • Model 3600 is great for all species of game fish and works equally well in fresh and saltwater

Size (in.)Hoop Size (in.)Net Depth (in.)Handle Length (in.)
4018 x 181540
52 1/224 x 261852 1/2

Ratings & Reviews

4 Reviews

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Extremely handy


It has been a great net for my son and I catching walleye, pike and steelhead. The only problem seems to be is that it packs away so well, I sometimes have to double and triple check to make sure I'm packing a net along on fishing trips. I'm used to seeing a cumbersome net taking up a bunch of space on the floor of the boat.

best pontoon fish net bar none

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I fish steelhead from a 9" pontoon boat, the frabil net is the the bomb

Great net, keeps the mess out of my boat

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Great net, keeps the mess out of my boat

Great design..... Not so great netting material

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The design and compact ability of this net is outstanding. I generally fish with another guy, and with all of our poles and tackle, space is at a premium and this net would have been perfect. The deal breaker for me with this net is the material the net it made of. It's made from a soft nylon fiber that is anything but hook resistant. Hooks penetrate the net very easily and do not come out. Before I ever used the net,I purposefully put a hook thru one of the net strands, long story short, I ended up getting another hook caught while trying to get out the 1st hook and ended up having to flatten the barbs on two hooks on a brand new lure just to get the lure free. I returned the net and never actually used it to land a fish, but I can only imagine the disaster I would have had on any type of fish that was caught with lures that have treble hooks and roles in the net.