When you start getting into fishing, you think about fishing rods, reels, lures, etc. But rarely do people think about fishing nets, especially when they are fishing for small species like bass or walleye. It is usually an afterthought because, in 90% of the cases, people just grab the net that’s hanging off the wall at their local fishing store and move on with the trip.
While there’s nothing wrong with that, you want to make sure that the nets you are using are specific to the species of the fish that you are planning to catch.
I know, all nets look the same, so why should anyone bother to get a different net for different species of fish?
That’s what I will be covering in this article. So you can know exactly what kind of a fishing net you should be using for bass. But not just for bass, you will know which fishing net to use for any kind of fish that you catch.
So without any further ado, let’s just jump right into it.