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Old 03-16-2009, 03:02 PM
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Default Re: Nets

Generally I do not use one but if I fish my little brook for small native rainbows I use a small Brodin net because the little guys flop around too much to handle. For all other applications I just bring the fish in to really shallow water at shore and handle the release or the kill at that point.

* All trout, char, grayling and steelhead are released but most salmon are harvested, that's what I mean by "kill".
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