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Re: Newbie question

Yes, a seign should have poles on the end.  Usually, however, you add
these yourselves.  I've nevre seen one for sale with them.  They're easier
to handle/ship/sell without them, and protected byt he little baggies,
incur almost no damage.  As to the weights, these are usually included 1/2
or 1 oz sinkers.  Theres not many of htem, my seign only has 3, so you
probably wouldn't have noticed the weight.  They do their job, though.  

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On Thu, 2 Jul 1998, Kudzu wrote:

> While in Wal Mart I was surprised to see Seine nets today. 4' x15' 1/4"
> square mesh. (They had casting nets too! I was very surprised, I didn't
> think anyone around here would know how to use one!) Knowing NOTHING about
> using one I resisted temptation and did not buy.
> Another reason was a couple of things did not seem right to me. The first
> thing I noticed is there were no poles with it. I also noticed that the
> packaged net was light, meaning there were no weights?
> Am I mistaken or are there not poles on the ends? (No big deal there to add)
> Am I also mistaken in that you want the bottom weighted so that it stays on
> the bottom?
> Jeff <*\\>< (call me Newbie)
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