YakAttack Leverage Landing Net Review (Top Pros & Cons)

By: Tony Acevedo on May 15, 2020
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If you fish by yourself a lot, you’ve probably noticed that it can be tricky sometimes to use a landing net to land fish.

You’ve got the rod with a fish on in one hand, and a big net in the other, and it can get a little hairy if you’re not careful.

In hopes of solving the problem of using nets one-handed, YakAttack came out with the Leverage Landing Net.

It’s a net that has a cupped piece to make it easier to use with one arm and in this video, I’m going to share my thoughts on it.

There a lot of things to like about it, but it’s not perfect, so I’ll share both the pros and cons.

Also, we’re not sponsored by YakAttack or any other company, so you can be sure this review is 100% unbiased.

YakAttack Leverage Landing Net Review [VIDEO]

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There’s a lot to like about the YakAttack Leverage Landing Net, but it’s not perfect, so let’s get into the pros and cons.

Pros:

  • You can use it with one arm
  • It’s big enough to land big fish
  • It can fold in half
  • The rubber mesh helps preserve the fish’s slime coat and makes using it around treble hooks easier

Cons:

  • You can pinch your fingers when closing the net (trust me, it doesn’t feel good)
  • It does not float —it sinks slowly
  • Price: $80-90

Conclusion

YakAttack Leverage Net

If you fish by yourself and you’re in the market for a new landing net, the YakAttack Leverage Landing Net might be a good option.

It’s got rubber mesh, so it’s good for the fish, it’s easy to use with one hand, and it folds up.

However, it doesn’t float and is on the expensive side.

You can get this net from Amazon here.

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Have you used it?

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Curtis Thompson
7 days ago

Going to have to take notice on your kayak videos where you store a net like this. My handle is straight and slips down into a vertical rod holder.

Gary Rankel
10 days ago

Think I’ll stick with my fish grips.

Hey Tony…….are your going to throw over your camo Gulp for those new Alabama green jerk shads?

Gary Rankel
9 days ago
Reply to  Tony Acevedo

My money is on the Gulps!

Gary Rankel
5 days ago
Reply to  Tony Acevedo

I hear ya…….wind is crazy this year. Thank God for protected backcountry.