Cast nets are essential to catching threadfin and gizzard shad to use as catfish bait when fishing for blue catfish. Many of these nets can be very expensive and regardless of price, when you spend your hard earned cash on something you want it to last as long as possible.
Many catfishermen will take their cast nets and wad them up in a box or leave them laying out on the deck of the boat to get damaged, which is often times a safety hazard as well.
In this video we walk you through a simple and effective way of storing a cast net to make it easily accessible when you need it and prevent it from getting damaged.
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