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Floating Trout Nets from Frabill — New for ICAST

These nets make it easy to land and release your catch safely and quickly.

Floating Trout Nets from Frabill — New for ICAST
Courtesy photo

(From Source Outdoor Group) Trout anglers long for that flash of silver, as a big trout erupts from the bottom to sip a fly off the surface of the water, or grab a strategically placed spinner.

The ensuing battle brings pandemonium to the cold-water angler longing for action.

Wading clear, rumbling streams, or fishing quaint, secluded lakes, trout anglers are always searching for their next adventure. A proper landing net will ensure any fish released will survive for another day. Proper handling ensures a future for this precious resource, and a landing net is an essential piece of equipment.

Frabill developed the Floating Trout Net family to enable anglers to practice proper catch-and-release methods, as well as to put a fish on the dinner table. The design of the nets benefits anglers who like to wade, fly fish or use their favorite watercraft.


The floating hoop keeps the net frame on the water surface for easy fish handling, and holds the tangle-free micromesh netting in place. Comfortable rubber handle and lanyard with a carabiner keeps it secure in your hands.


Frabill’s Floating Trout Nets come in a variety of sizes.

Frabill Floating Trout Nets
Frabill Floating Trout Nets. (Courtesy photo)

Product Features

Floating Trout Net Family

  • Available in Tangle-Free Micromesh
  • Flat bottom nets to better protect the fish
  • Designed to conserve fish through proper catch-and-release
  • Includes a lanyard and carabiner
  • Gunmetal finish hoop

Floating Trout Nets




  • Floating Trout Net 11x15 7.5" TFMM 1”
  • Floating Trout Net 9x20 7.5" TFMM 1”
  • Floating Trout Net 13x18 7.5" TFMM 1”
  • Floating Trout Net 17x22 7.5" TFMM 1”
  • Floating Trout Net 19x25 TD TFMM 1”

For more information, please visit: www.frabill.com

Frabill Floating Trout Nets
Frabill's floating trout nets make it easy to land and release your catch safely and quickly. (Courtesy photo)

Conservation is the future of fishing, and Frabill empowers anglers to practice safe catch-and-release while protecting fish. Plan for tomorrow and get a Floating Trout Net before hitting the water.

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