NANFA-- The Perfect Dipnet

Mark (
Sat, 9 Jun 2001 23:23:44 -0400

At 10:13 AM -0500 6/9/01, D. Martin Moore wrote:
>OK, you got my attention. What is the Perfect Dipnet?

It has a Monorail hoop with an aluminum yoke which makes the hoop-handle
connection stronger, and allows easy removal of the handle for
storage/travel and to switch handles for different purposes. We will offer
a variety of octagonal aluminum handles designed to be telescoping,
one-piece or to break down for travel in a suitcase or backpack. The
Monorail hoop prevents the netting from being damaged on rocks or other
substrate and allows the net bag to be easily removed and replaced if it
gets old and worn or torn by a monster alligator snapper. I have been
searching for a perfect dip net since I destroyed my first butterfly net
catching minnows, frogs and anything else that lives in water. I've been
destroying nets ever since. I think this design is the perfect combination
of durability, light weight, adaptability and reasonable price. I will try
to get some photos and info together this week and get it on the web site.
If you want a personal notice of it, send me your email address.

Columbus Ohio USA <))><

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