YakAttack Leverage Landing Net
The YakAttack Leverage Landing Net is a new, innovative kayaking net. With its unique forearm grip, this net offers unbelievable stability and control when landing fish. When you are done, it simply folds on a hinge for quick and painless stowage. K models sport an additional foam covered extension handle allowing it to be placed in a tube or flush mount rod holder.
- Revolutionary forearm grip
- Folds for easy storage
- Rubber coated net
- Qty. per Pack: 1
YakAttack Leverage Landing Nets are made in the U.S.A.
|Model||Hoop Size (in.)||Length (in.)||Foam Extension||Length with Extension (in.)|
|LLN122047||12 x 20||49||No||N/A|
|LLN122047K||12 x 20||47||Yes||56|
|LLN202148||20 x 21||47||No||N/A|
|LLN202148K||20 x 21||48||Yes||54.5|
|LLN202160||20 x 21||60||No||N/A|
Ratings & Reviews
Great net for solo outings
This net is the best product you can use to help netting fish by yourself. If you are in a kayak or by yourself in a smaller boat, this net will make your life a bit easier. The rubber net material is also easy on the fish if you need to release and easy to do hook your lure from said net. I've been told (youtube) that it does not float or stay floating long, so I will be adding additional foam (pipe insulation or pool noodle) to get that needed buoyancy in case it's dropped overboard. Other than the floatation concern, this net is great!
Perfect kayak fishing net!!
by Marty M.
A perfect net for kayak fisherman! I have the "K" version, that stows easily in a molded rod holder on the yak. When I need it, it quickly swings open to full size and give you the "leverage" you need to land large fish without leaning out too far and sacrificing stability. Then folds up to a relatively small profile to save space. The larger net version is big enough for large Bull Reds, Stripers, etc. And it has enough foam to float it, if it is accidently dropped overboard.
The first was a gift, the second will be for me!
by hoopvol -
I purchased this for my nephew. We both just recently bought us a Nucanoe, I have the Frontier 12 and he has the Pursuit. We floated down the Clinch River last Friday fishing for trout. He caught two and he was thrilled with how easy this net was to use. The net seems to be very strong and sturdy even though we didnt need all that much while catching and netting trout. I can see how well this will work on the lake and netting much larger fish he may catch. I have some pictures of him using it but there doesn't seem to be a way to post them here. I plan on ordering one for myself soon.