Re: NANFA-- seine net/dip net techniques
Sat, 5 Oct 2002 10:21:44 EDT

In a message dated 10/5/02 9:26:32 AM, writes:

<< To me, kick seining takes at least 2 people

You are right, but a smaller, less effective variation can be resorted to
when you are by yourself. I have done this successfully using either a small
seine or a larger sturdy dip net. You can walk across the riffles and at a
likely spot place the net tight to the bottom down stream as far as you can
reach and then shuffle your feet through the stones towards the net. A few
fish between you and the net can usually be caught this way -- especially

Lee Harper
Media, PA
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