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Umbrella Drop Fish Net

   

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Top quality net at an affordable price! Great for seining minnows, smelt and etc., this net is constructed with galvanized spring wire and two heavy steel stampings. This cadmium plated net is sewn with tough Dacron thread, and conveniently folds up when not in use. Equipped with a heavy nylon binding, the net measures 35'' x 35'' and has 1/4'' thick mesh. Imported.

  • Galvanized spring wire
  • 2 heavy steel stampings
  • Cadmium plated net
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cheap quality for a good idea Loved the concept behind this net so I decided to go ahead and order it. First time out using it, the metal bracket that holds the 4 rods bent and the whole thing fell apart. The metal they use to support the whole thing is to thin and not strong enough. September 19, 2010
excellent for catching bait I do a lot of cat fishing and use minnows for bait , this net is awesome and has saved me a lot of money . I would recommend this net to anybody that fishes with minnows . April 19, 2010
Great Net My store did not carry the net so I had to order it online. Shipping was extremely quick. The umbrella net has edges around it to trap minnows and make catching them easier. I cut a small hole in the pouch in the middle to put bread it. The net folds up and is easy to carry around. I have saved a lot of money by catching my own minnows with it and have caught huge bass with the freshest minnows you can get! I recommend a aerator with it to keep minnows happy! March 4, 2008
Umbrella net The umbrella net comes pre-assebled. Take it out of the bag and simply open it it up. It closes just as easy. You need some rope and a long pole such as an old shovel handle. Tie the net to the rope and the rope to your pole. Hang it over the side of your boat under a floating light and catch shad in minutes. October 14, 2013
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yes it will anywhere if it has fish I catch bluegill to minnows in mine so try it if you don't like it use somewhere else
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Yes at night. Get a floating light to bring in the minnows or shad. Tie the net to a long pole with a length of rope.
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We got ours December 28, 2010, used it for about a month and it has completely rusted and fallen apart.
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Any medal used in salt water will rust,always rinse off salt water after use!
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I have a sun pier I keep my party barge in. I have flood lights on pier to attract gar, perch, and shiner minnows. I put the 36-inch trap in the water as directions, 3-inches under the water. I even tried it at 1-foot, to 2-feet under water. All the minnows shied away from going over the fish net. I did get a few small perch, but I purchased this item for minnows. What is the secret for getting the minnows?
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I will put a piece of bread in the middle of the net and throw a few piece out to get fish then I throw out the net about 10 feet wait 30 seconds for it to sink and then pole in as fast as you can and have fish I have caught 62 minnow in one throw I like this net but it takes some time to get use to.
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Get a floating light to concentrate the school of minnows. Tie the net to a long pole. Once you get the bait schooling under your light, put the net in the water and leave it about a foot or less under water. Give it time. The minnows will soon get used to the net. Don't lean over watching as that will scare the bait.
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Hey friend, if you can, get a little mesh sack and put bread in it and tie it in the middle where it will hang down and watch as the minnows come it to get the bread. As soon as it is busy with the minnows, make your pull up and put em in the bucket!
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Before you drop the net in the water , get a hot dog and tear it into several pieces , put the pieces in the net . Secondly , turn the lights on after you have put the net into the water and thirdly , do not let the minnows etc. see you when you lift up the net . If the minnows see any movement they will swim off . Only other advise is to be quick ? Good luck .
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Invest in a umbrella seine. 1st try dipping into moving water. I have got minnows the around docks as well. As net goes under water add 1/2 teaspoon of canned ( not the Chunkey kind, just cheap)dog food, count 20 seconds and pull up net. When you have got all you want turn net over to clean out remaining dog food. Good luck
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