Re: NANFA-- Dipnets: Deep vs. Shallow

R. W. Wolff (
Mon, 8 Mar 2004 22:51:11 -0600

I second that, after using both kinds, deep beats shallow nets hands down in
every situtation I have used them in. Especially useful in situations when
tons of fish are encountered, large fish are found in tight quarters, or
lots of junk would foul out a shallow bagged net.

> Definitely a deep net - it can fold over on itself so as to keep fishes
> flipping out. It can also prevent snakes from gliding out of the net.
> Martin

Ray W.
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