Large Minnow Seine Net (100ft x 6ft) with Central Bag (6ft x 6ft x 6ft)

Market:
Scientific Research
Product type:
Senne
Applications:
Commercial Fishing, Juvenile Fish Sampling, Fish Larve Sampling, Fish Inventory
Lead time:
10 to 15 Days
The main objective of the Minnow Seine Net is to catch minnows during commercial fishing or sampling
  • The minnow seine net is used specifically for catching minnows in various types of waters.
  • The seine is relatively small with a central square, rectangular or conical pocket to hold the catch, minnows, grubs or small fish. 
  • Floats
    every 2t with a double
    lead core
    line
  • Standard dimensions: 
  • Seine: (A) Height: 6ft (B) Length: 100ft 
  • Central Pocket (Square): (C) Height: 6ft (D) Width: 6ft (E) Depth: 6ft
  • Material:
    Oval Mesh
    (1/4in x 1/8in)
  • Length: 100 ft
  • Width: 6 ft
  • Height: 6 ft
  • Depth: 6 ft
$1845.95
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Characteristics

Average Lifespan: Average Lifespan: 5 to 10 years
Installation Complexity: Quick and easy installation that requires a minimum of two (2) people
Local Product: Product made by hand in Quebec
Warranty: Lifetime warranty covering manufacturing defaults
Transportable Net: Light and Compact
Maintenance: Remove, rince with fresh water and dry after each use

Manufacturing

Manufacture details: Net is made by hand with a single weaving of the
twine
to fix the net and the rope
It is possible to add boyees on the top of the net to increase floatbility
It is possible to add a double lead core line on the bottom of the net weigh the net down (ideal for waters with strong current)
The finished product has extra ropes (free or looped) at every extremity in order to faciliate installation

Users

  • Provincial Government
  • Federal Governement
  • Wildlife Manager
  • Environmental Analyst
  • Researcher
  • Biologist
  • Professor
  • Traditional Fisherman
  • Commercial Fisherman
  • Aquaculture

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