American Hand Fishing Cast Net
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Are You Not Catching Any Fish? Well, this Fishing Cast net will save you a lot of money on your saltwater fishing baits. With a little practice, you will be hauling in finger mullets and even a few shrimp. Fingerling mullets are the best live bait for saltwater spotted trout, redfish, and snook.
Cast Net Fishing
Casting a net can be fun as well as a way to make money. Knowing how to cast a net is an art in itself. It takes time and practice to throw a net to its full circle so that it drops down upon the water’s surface with its weights entrapping fish in its netting.
There is no better sight in the world than a full open net against a morning sun. The greatest thrill, of course, is to feel the wiggling weight of the numerous varieties of fish you will haul in. They range from bait fish such as small finger mullet to sheepshead, blue crabs, larger mullet, redfish, snook, shrimp, and many other salt-water varieties.
The game fish you get, such as trout, red drum, and snook, must be thrown back. It’s illegal to catch these fish with a cast net.
Casting a net is only allowed in the salt water.
The cast net consists of a throw rope, usually twelve to fourteen feet long, attached to the center of a circular net. These net's range in size from three feet up to sixteen feet. The net also has a string of weights circling the bottom to allow it to drop into the water and to the bottom quickly. If the fish see the shadow of the net coming they will scatter.
Throwing a cast net does take a few practice throws to succeed.
- Pull the loop at the end of the rope secured around your left wrist. If it is too loose around your wrist, you will see it go sailing off your arm, out into the water, leaving you standing on the dock with no net.
- With your right hand, roll the hand line up like you would a garden hose and loop it onto your left-hand fingertips.
- Lift the net straight up off the ground, allowing the drawstrings to be straight, not twisted. Then grab the net one third down with your left hand, keeping the coiled rope near your fingertips. The weighted bottom of the net should be held tightly between your teeth and your outstretched right hand. You hold the net like this on your left side, pivot to the front, pitching the net like a Frisbee.
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Fishing net with Pendant
Each fishing net size measuring by a diameter
Pendant material: Iron
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