Cabela's Net Retractor

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Cabela's Net Retractor -
The metal belt clip on back can be used for attaching to the back of your vest. The line extends 24" with a split ring for attaching your net. 2" diameter. Imported.
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Cabela's Net Retractor Reviews:


Poor investment

Using this retractor to hold my new purchased Cabela's Wood Frame Rubber Net (IK-320732) for a day of fly fishing on the Taylor River. It is poor constructed. While wading across some heavy water the net was grabbed by the water pressure. The net broke away and got in to some heavy rapids > not safely recoverable > net lost. The wire cable just pulled right out of the spool. Come on, beeter quality is needed.
Anonymous at Cabelas on 09/22/2013

Definitely will be returning

I just bought this net retractor to keep my trout net higher on my back... I attached it to my vest and hooked the ring to my net... as soon as I let go the cord pulled out all of the way. My net is an average size wood net and this retractor can't even hold it. I will be returning it and buying another product.
jse1234 at Cabelas on 05/17/2011

both broken within 1 week

bought 2 of these. they both broke within 1 week. I used them on the boat to hold a small knife and a pair of light pliers. one got all rusty on the inside and wouldn't retract any more (guess the spring broke). the cord broke near the key ring on the other one. Neither were in saltwater at any time.
lukesu at Cabelas on 11/24/2011


The net retractor is to weak to hold even the lightest net. Never tried it in the field but can't see how this would ever work well in creek/stream.
Mengle at Cabelas on 01/08/2013