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Seine Nets

Walking a seine net with a partner

 

8764100418 DOUGLAS-P418-SEINE NET - 4' X 4'-BROWN POLYESTER

7.99

8764100618 DOUGLAS-P618-SEINE NET - 6' X 4'-BROWN POLYESTER 12.99

8764100818 DOUGLAS-P818-SEINE NET - 8' X 4'-BROWN POLYESTER 15.99

8764101018 DOUGLAS-P1018-SEINE NET - 10' X 4'-BROWN POLYESTER 19.99

8764101218 DOUGLAS-P1218-SEINE NET - 12' X 4'-BROWN POLYESTER 22.99

8764101518 DOUGLAS-P1518-SEINE NET - 15' X 4'-BROWN POLYESTER 27.99

8764102018 DOUGLAS-P2018-SEINE NET - 20' X 4'-BROWN POLYESTER

35.99

8764102518 DOUGLAS-P2518-SEINE NET - 25' X 4'-BROWN POLYESTER 43.99

8764103018 DOUGLAS-P3018-SEINE NET - 30' X 4'-BROWN POLYESTER 51.99

8764105018 DOUGLAS-P5018-SEINE NET - 50' X 4'-BROWN POLYESTER 85.99

Douglas Seine Nets

The Best Bait Is Free? Catch Your Own With A Seine Net!  Seine Nets from Douglas are all-purpose seine nets that are made in the USA from very strong extra-heavy weave polyester netting. Douglas Seine Nets are high quality, yet economical in price.

 

The Douglas Seine Nets listed on this page are multipurpose seine nets designed for a wide variety of seining applications. They feature a 1/8" polyester mesh, shown in the picture on the left. Each seine net is complete with floats and leadline. The seine net's lead weights are spaced about 12" apart and the floats are spaced about 24" apart. The nets are 4' tall/deep and come in a variety of lengths.

Setting up your Douglas Seine Net:
Unpackage the seine net. Attached to a rigid pole (not included-use a strong wooden dowels ~1" diameter and ~4.5' long) on each side. There are strings on the four corners of the seine net for tying onto the poles.

Tips on Seining:
Once your seine net is set up and get ready to catch bait. Scout out a good spot and use the seine. The lead weights on the bottom edge of the seine should be held down on the bottom of the creek bed (or area that you are seining) as you walk and push the seine upstream against the current. By keeping the seine on the bottom it prevents bait from swimming under the seine net's lead line. The floats are to keep the seine up and prevents fish from swimming over the top and out of the seine net. Seine nets can be used in any place to catch bait where there is water shallow enough for wading such as edge of a lake, shallow coast line of a bay, sandbars in a bay, inlet, or ocean, rivers or creeks. Seine nets can be used just about anywhere. Note a small seine can be pushed along in the water by one person; however, for best results there should be a person on each side.
 

 

02/09/2011

 

 
 
   

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