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keepnet

(ˈkiːpˌnɛt)
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(Angling) a cylindrical net strung on wire hoops and sealed at one end, suspended in water by an angler to keep alive the fish that have been caught
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His leger tactics with sweetcorn and pellets as bait put 169lb of carp in his keepnets.
After starting on a plan of taking 'silvers' in open water from the off, Glyn went down the edge after an hour to begin taking carp to 8lb on pellet, amassing his catch as per club rules in 'four' keepnets.
At the February monthly meeting of Ferryhill and District AC, it was decided that in future Keepnets must be a minimum of 2.
So when I loaded the car I decided to put two keepnets in, just in case," said Dave, who is now operating a guiding service on the big river - see www.
The officials have changed the peg positions this year, but I'm totally convinced that six and seven are the pole positions and Ed Warren (6) and Chris Vandervliet (7) are going to be the guys with the heaviest keepnets.
The set also includes a handsome D-shaped zipped and padded reel case and a 'stink' bag, big enough to carry home smelly wet keepnets and landing nets
I understand this fishery provides visitors with the use of keepnets and landing nets and in addition offers an excellent breakfast on site.
The River Avon has started to provide great catches of roach and they should be in most keepnets during the Bank Holiday three day WychAvon Festival of Angling which starts today with the Individual title event which has a 10am draw at Crown Meadow in Evesham, match fishing times are noon until 5pm.
I left the rod out a little longer as I packed up my landing and keepnets.
They'll accept frozen still waters, swollen rivers, deep frosts, lashing winds and rain - but empty keepnets after a three or four-hour session are beyond the pale.
There is also a ban on keepnets on Morgans Pond and School Pool until further notice.
Drayton Reservoir fishery manager Mark Ryder says that banning the use of keepnets at the Daventry 'bagging' water was one of the best decisions he's ever made.