The predator experts at Westin not only know how to entice suspicious predators to bite, they also know a lot about good landing gear. They prove this once again with this well thought out landing net.
The Catch and Release landing net offers a lot of great features at an unbeatable price-performance ratio. For easier transport and space-saving storage in the boat, the landing net is telescopic by simply sliding the handle into the net. The fixation is easily released by pushing in the double locking pins. The large, rubberized knotless net is gentle on the fish's mucous membranes and prevents hooks from getting awkwardly caught in the net. The rubber coating also ensures that the net dries quickly, no mucus sticks to it and thus no unpleasant odors are produced. For quick measurement of the catch, a length scale is engraved on the landing net rod (laser engraving). The net of the XL landing net is additionally equipped with a band, which prevents the net from tangling. Just before netting, the tether is released and the net unfolds to land the fish quickly and safely. In the water, resistance has been reduced by making the side meshes slightly larger than those in the bottom of the net.
The different sizes cover all predatory fish species. Even large muskies and huchen fit in the XXL version.
- Length scale engraved in the landing net rod.
- Rubberized net: protects the slime layer of the fish
- Quick drying and odorless
- Side parts with larger mesh size than the bottom: reduces water resistance
- Ergonomic EVA handle with Westin logo
- Hooks cannot get caught in the net
- Removable net holding strap with one-hand operation
- Two spring loaded locking pins to fix the handle in place
- Sturdy and lightweight
- Westin logo (Viking helmet) in the bottom of the net
|Size||Weight||Frame // Handle length||Depth|
|L||0.8 kg||60 cm (W) x 70 cm (L) // 100 cm||50 cm|
|XL||1.3 kg||70 cm (W) x 85 cm (L) // 120 cm||80 cm|
|XXL||1.5 kg||86 cm (W) x 95 cm (L) // 120 cm||100 cm|
Westin Scandinavia experienced its origin already in 1952 by Ingvar Westin. Quickly, the very small carving workshop became a large fishing company, known first in Sweden and later throughout Europe. Due to the attention to detail and the perfectionist work on all products, Westin is now a household name for every predator fisherman. Innovation, passion and especially the hunt for big fish are the focus of this company, which is especially known for high-quality rods and particularly catchy lures.