Ms. L | June 27th, 2019
You could catch an elephant with this net, well, just kidding. It's huge, has strong netting, long pole. I bought it to catch waterfowls in need of rescue but it's too big. If it were in my hands to do it, I'd put softer netting in it - the current net is somehow stiff. The frame should be made of rubber, a more flexible material, the metal in it has the potential to hurt an animal if it is wrongfully placed over a captured animal. I am a woman and I found the weight of the pole to be heavy for me to handle, but I think a man could feel comfortable using it. If the pole were lighter this would make the whole handling of the Magnum Net easier. This net in my opinion is great to catch small, or medium dogs, raccoons, cats, porcupines, foxes, seals, skunks, squirrels, small, or medium size animals of any kind. Use extreme caution to catch waterfowls, hawks, turkey vultures, birds like that, because the hard netting over them could hurt their heads, if this factor is not considered. A video about how to use the Magnum Net should be recorded for customers to see how to handle this tool, that would be very useful. The product comes with no instructions. This Magnum Net is a great tool which should be handled responsibly. Animal Control officers surely be happy having the Magnum Net, Park Rangers, and wildlife rescuers too.