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BOUNCE nanf at actwin_com: Non-member submission from [klaus.schoening at jungle_org (Segeberger)] (fwd)

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Date: Mon, 18 May 1998 14:09:08 -0400 (EDT)
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Subject: BOUNCE nanf at actwin_com:    Non-member submission from [klaus.schoening at jungle_org (Segeberger)]   

>From jwiegert at nexus_v-wave.com  Mon May 18 14:09:06 1998
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From: klaus.schoening at jungle_org (Segeberger)
Subject: Re: NANFA-- collecting in N Indiana 
Date: Mon, 18 May 1998 14:10:07 GMT
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Organization: The Jungle's Vine BBS
To: nanf at actwin_com

 I collect almost exclusively with a dipnet, and I use the steel rimmed
type that can take a lot of punishment.  go to ---------------->
http://www.aquatic-eco.com and you can find all kinds of dipnets, seines
and traps as well as about 5000 other fishing/aquarium products.  The
dipnets are pretty good and rugged.

  Another net I bought recently became a 
-> sacrificial lamb while in pursuit of some elucive fish.  Even the 
-> tubular aluminum type landing nets won't hold up to intensive muck 
-> and vegetation dipping.  I may offer my industrial strength net for 
-> sale by special order, but the parts may add up to quite a bit 'o 
-> cash.  I'll be glad to share the design, though.