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Ahi Cast Nets

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Experience the difference in Ahi USA products! Headquartered in Gardena, California - American Maple Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of fishing tackle and outdoor products. We have over 50 years of manufacturing and product development experience and currently manufacture more than 400 products under the Promar and Ahi USA brands. Driven by innovation and rooted in quality, American Maple designs, builds, and customizes premium products to provide an enhanced experience for the outdoor enthusiast. The World’s Most Dependable Cast Nets Generations of Research & Design For over 50 years we have been in the cast net and net business, paving the road for designs seen today. Through generations of experience and know-how, we have developed, refined, and created the most effective and dependable cast nets. Our Level of Commitment All Ahi USA cast nets are meticulously hand crafted with attention to detail, as is reflected in our effort to hand glue all tied knots to insure a non-slip design. Quality Craftsmanship Every cast net is inspected multiple times for perfection and quality craftsmanship from assembly to shipment. Each Ahi USA cast net bears a Seal of Quality Craftsmanship, reflecting the highest level of quality control. What the Pro’s and Guides Demand Out of a Cast Net The Pro Guide Series Cast Nets are custom designed with all the features that Pro's and Guides expect out of a high quality net. All Pro Guide Series Cast Nets Feature: Double Knotted Premium UBE Chip Net Material: stronger and softer Six Panel Net Construction: opens and spreads net wider Top and Bottom Double Selvage Construction: more strength and durability when supporting a full net More Lead Weight Per Foot: a better sink-to-weight ratio translates to a faster sinking net True Lead Construction: while other brands have switched to lead substitutes to cut corners on cost, all Ahi USA Pro Series Nets are still constructed with lead weights