- Wood: Hawaiian Koa and Sinker Cypress
- Approx. Size: 3¾” x 5¾” x ¾.
- Contact me here with custom order questions.
This is a short section of the Green river between the Flaming Gorge Reservoir and Red Canyon where it leaves the National Forest. This piece is approximately 3¾” by 5¾” and is about ¾”thick. This map is made out of Hawaiian Koa and Sinker Cypress. This will make a great desk or mantle piece.
Sinker Cypress, Hawaiian Koa
Brookie Nets: 10″x 15½” Hoop with an 8″ handle for an overall length of 23″. These are the smallest nets I offer and are great for those who will be fishing smaller streams or lakes. This is a great net if a 10″ to 12″ fish will be a trophy fish for you that day. Not to worry it can easily handle a bigger fish when the time comes.
Backcountry Nets: 11″x 16″ Hoop with an 8″ handle for an overall length of 24″. These are the second smallest nets I offer and are great for those who will be bushwhacking to smaller streams or lakes. This is a great net if a 12″ to 15″ fish will be a trophy fish for you that day.
Small River Nets: 12″x 17″ Hoop with an 9″ handle for an overall length of 26″. This net is bridging the gap between my Backcountry and River Nets. This can easily handle fish in the 17″+ range. This is a great option for someone who fishing larger streams and rivers.
River Net Series: have a 13″x 19″ Hoop with a 15″ or 22½” handle for an overall length of 34″ or 41½”. These net are my midsize nets and come in two handle lengths. I use this net most of the time when I know landing fish in the 18″+ range will be the norm for the day. These nets are great for river wade fishing or from a kayak/belly boat.
Guide Nets: 13″x 19″ Hoop with a 45″ handle for an overall length of 51″. This is the largest net I make and is really for a guide or for use in a boat. This net is almost 51″ so you won’t want to carry and fish with this net. This is a custom order at this time. Perfect for fish in the 18+ range.