Small Holding Trap Net

Market: Experimental & Scientific Research
Product type: Trap Net
Applications: Lac Sampling, River Sampling, Turtle, Fish Inventory, Fish Trap, Turtle Trap, Fish larve, Juvenile fish, Fishing
Lead time: Made upon order
The main purpose of the Holding Trap Net is to capture fish, both large and small, alive.
  • The holding trap net is a non-selective trap. 
  • Fabricated with
    knotless
    nylon
    mesh
    to capture and hold small and large fish.
  • Features a central leader consisting of a floating line and buoys leading to a cage that ends in a holding spindle.
  • The design of the net layers in the cage concentrates the fish in the back part. 
  • This net has been used successfully in ZECS for capturing suckers.
  • The trap door allows for easy release of unwanted catch without harming them. 
  • Standard Dimensions: (A) Width: 8ft (B) Height: 5ft (C) Depth: 12ft (D) Length of Central Guide: 150ft
$3229.00
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Characteristics

Lifespan: Average Lifespan: 5 to 10 years
Complexity: 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
Maintenance: Dry after each use
Manufacture details: Net is made by hand with a single weaving of the
twine
to fix the net and the rope
The finished product has extra ropes (free or looped) at every extremity in order to faciliate installation
It is possible to add boyees on the top of the net to increase floatbility
It is possible to add a
lead core
line on the bottom of the net to weigh it down
Material:
Knotless
Nylon
Netting
Length: 144 in
Width: 96 in
Height: 60 in

Users

  • Wildlife Management Business
  • Provincial Government
  • Federal Governement
  • Wildlife Manager
  • Researcher
  • Biologist
  • Professor
  • Student
  • Environmental Analyst
  • Commercial Fisherman
  • Traditional Fisherman

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