Scoop net

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Related to Scoop net: landing net, dip net
a kind of hand net, used in fishing; also, a net for sweeping the bottom of a river.

See also: Scoop

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Carefully landing it, I removed the hook and shad and snapped a photo of it before releasing it back into the stream, chuffed with breaking my duck and filling my scoop net.
and caught a northern leopard frog in a small mesh scoop net.
Even the most mundane domestic article as the handle of a scoop net, with the Maranaos, is carved and painted with okir, an artistic crafting style with a complex art motif nomenclature like pako rabong or climbing fern, all derived from nature, as their mythical creatures that represent prestige and elegance: the Sarimanok, the enigmatic messenger bird, or the Niaga-naga, the classic "S" dragon motif.
The main gathering of shellfish was carried in the daytime by benthic scoop net and manually.
The food resources of POME ponds were examined using scoop net (a metal container) and avian species were determined direct visual observation from January to June, 2010.
Key words: Invertebrates, POME, Scoop net, Diversity, Aves, Island.
In each hatchery, 500 fry of individual fish species, including grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idellus), silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix), rohu (Labeo rohita), mrigal (Cirrhinus mrigala), and common carp (Cyprinus carpio) were sampled by using a scoop net.
One limitation of our study is that bias could occur when sampling fish by using 2 types of net, i.e., cast net and scoop net. However, cast nets cannot be used in fry incubators in hatcheries or to catch 1-week-old juveniles.
The fry are harvested after four or five days with a fine scoop net and placed in a prepared shallow nursery pond with 6 to 7 inches of water depth.
Dredging started in the Middle Ages and was originally done with the simplest of tools: buckets and scoop nets.
The Indians used the young spring shoots for weaving and called it the "basket tree." They employed its slender branches to construct scoop nets for taking salmon.
Several chapters deal with a wide variety of nets and netting; Scoop nets, trawls and trawling, seines and seining, surround nets, lift nets, cast nets, gillnets, entangling nets, making nets, and much more.