Dave Neely (
Mon, 25 Jun 2001 08:55:01 -0500

NE gang,

>more than a couple of seasons of heavy use, but the good nylon ones must be
>ordered from a wildlife biology supply house such as Forestry Suppliers
><> and will cost from $100-$150.

Forestry Suppliers tends to be a bit pricey. Try Memphis Net and Twine-
(don't have the URL handy, but a search should get you there quick). The
nylon Delta seines we use wind up being about $60 each, with all the bells
and whistles. I have no commercial interest in them, just do a lot of
seining ;) They have cheaper models too.

>were not rare species with legal protection. We, as NANFA New England
>would like to draft some suggestions for similar regulations regaurding
>native fish; for the budding ichthyologist.

Best of luck- this is an awesome idea!


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