Cast Nets For Sale
We sell cast nets of all sizes here at the bait & tackle stop. No need to buy live bait when you have a good throwing arm and a couple cast nets in your fishing arsenal. Cast nets can also be used to catch schools of mullet and other fish. Cast nets are designed with weights about every few inches, and when the net is thrown properly the net opens into a spiral, with the help of the weights i then quickly sinks trapping any fish or bait that it falls on. If you are a true saltwater angler then you must have a couple on your boat or in your tackle supply, so please feel free to skim through our selection of cast nets for sale, you will see that you can find much better deals here than you can at your local fishing stores.
Throwing a Cast Net
Throwing a cast net and catching bait or fish takes experience and patience, you have to know when and where to throw the cast net. If you are a beginner then I would recommend starting off by tossing a 3 foot net, since they are very easy to get the net open and don't require too much skill. Once you have the 3 foot net mastered then its time to step up to bigger and better nets and getting more fish with one throw. The trick is to get a perfect spiral, this means that the net is open to its fullest, and when it is open fully you have the best chance of catching fish, this can be quite difficult though for the beginner, the bigger the cast net is the more difficult it will be to get it to open fully. The trick is all in the hips, when I am throwing a bigger cast net, like a 7 footer, I extend my non dominant hand holding one piece of the net, keep a couple feet slag and then put the other part of the net in my mouth, then do almost a full spin when I release the net, and I get a perfect spiral almost all of the time. Below is a great instructional video on how to throw a cast net.