Re: NANFA-- good quality dip nets
Mon, 30 Apr 2001 12:53:01 EDT

BIOQUIP had a great dip net at one time. Very well made but a little on the
small side for the opening. I still carry it in the car; it has a break down
handle that is very well made. I think they are pretty much the main
supplier of entemological supplies for the US. I have a couple of their well
made nets for collecting insect specimens as well. They normally get a free
catalog out to you pretty quickly.

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Chuck Church
Indianapolis, Indiana USA

In a message dated 4/29/01 8:58:24 PM US Central Standard Time, writes:

Carolina Biological ( has a good selection, too. Their
catalog no. WW-65-1344 is a pretty good one for fish catching and it's only
$24.95. We have several at work that have stood up fairly well to lots of
use and abuse from staff and students. >>

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