Re: NANFA-- The Perfect Dipnet

Roselawn Museum (
Mon, 11 Jun 2001 09:06:16 -0400

OK, count me in, Mark. My dipnet just gave up the ghost on the last outing.
What's the price?

Steven A. Ellis
Kennesaw, GA

>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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