Frabill Kwik-Stow Folding Net
Frabill Kwik-Stow Folding Nets feature a folding design for compact storage and an extendable handle for added reach. Kwik-Stow Folding Nets are constructed of heavy duty plastic and aluminum and are perfectly suited for use in a kayak, canoe, pram or boat. The netting is constructed from fish friendly tangle free micro mesh.
- Model 3607 is great for trout, panfish, and small bass when fishing from a canoe, kayak, or small boat
- Model 3608 is great for large trout, bass, and walleye when fishing from any size canoe or boat
|Size (in.)||Hoop Size (in.)||Net Depth (in.)||Open Handle Length (in.)||Colapsed Handle Length (in.)||Model|
|18 x 16||18 x 16||14||24 - 41||25||3607|
|22 x 20||22 x 20||14||35-63||36||3608|
Ratings & Reviews
Great net for those who need a compact design.
by River Brown
This is just the net I need. It fits perfect in the back pocket of my fishing pack, and unlike fly nets, it does not bounces against your back as you walk, and there is no need to stop and reattach the net to the back of your vest. I like the v-shape design, and allows for clean sweeps under the fish. The meshing could be better used much much worse, and a whole lot better. To sum this up, I enjoy my purchase, and would highly recommend this product to any avid or weekend angler. P.s. It is kid friendly and easy for the youngsters to open and help land fish.
Steady and large
by K' -
Bought a small version and lost it. Then bought the larger one for salmon and large catfish. The net is steady and easy to store once folded.
think it's a keeper!
by Ron in Tennessee -
We live in the south (TN) and the recent weather has been so bad that I haven't had a chance to use the net yet. This purchase was to replace a similar net I'd had for nearly 30 years and had lost in rough weather during a tournament. Even though I haven't actually had the net in the water yet, I couldn't be happier with it. It folds down to a very manageable size and appears to be durable and well constructed. All I need now is for the weather to be nice long enough for me to try it out!
Good net for Four-Six pounders
by Mike -
Stores nicely in the boat. When the net is fully extended, it feels like a heavy fish could break the handle.
Excellent for my needs
by Big Rich -
I often hike along rivers and tribs in winter for steelhead and browns. I stopped carrying a net due to hang ups on brush/tees and lost a good number of fish as a result. This net is perfect. Folds into a compact unit, easy to cary, long extendable hande makes reaching down a snow/ice covered bank easy. Folding mechanism still worked and did not freeze up even in single digit temps. Only had it a couple of months so can't speak to long term durability but looks really good so far.