dip net


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dip net

n.
A net or wire mesh bag attached to a handle, used especially to scoop fish from water.
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"The guests get to be the biologists." It features a longer nature walk through Ted Sperling Park on south Lido Key, and a boat trip to a sandbar where everyone gets a dip net "and gets to experience that joy of pulling something up amazing," she says.
JULIA O'MALLEY NYT Syndicate Wenceslous Fru, a physician assistant from Anchorage, stood on the sandy shore of the Kenai River and imagined the dinner he would put together once he felt the jostle of a salmon in his long-handled dip net. He would make it the way they do back home in Cameroon, splitting it down the belly and opening it like a book, rubbing it with ginger, garlic and spices, and then slipping it under the broiler.
Most of the gears operate during winter and pre-monsoon seasons mainly, cast net and dip net has no seasonality and is operated throughout the year.
Anglers may continue fishing under the temporary regulations: no daily bag or possession limits, no size limits, and anglers may harvest fish by hand, dip net and angling.
Puget Sound, Washington, USA: UW 145909, 1 (23.5 mm), 48[degrees]31.8'N, 123[degrees]0.0'W, 0 m depth, dip net, 4 April 1992; UW 145910, 5 (24.7-29.8 mm), 48[degrees]31.8'N, 123[degrees]0.0'W, 0 m depth, dip net, 7 April 1992; UW 145911, 8 (19.4-32.0 mm), 48[degrees]31.8'N, 123[degrees]0.0'W, 0 m depth, dip net, 2 April 1993; UW 145912, 1 (28.4 mm), 48[degrees]31.8'N, 123[degrees]0.0'W, 0 m depth, dip net, 9 April 1994.
To sample the total monospecific area at each stratum, we used a 0.4 by 0.4 by 0.3-m dip net with a 0.08-cm mesh that targeted all sizes of E.
Primary translator for the Calista Elders Council, Rearden has collected, transcribed, and translated stories by people of Nelson Island, or Qalutaat, from qalu-, "dip net." They explore the people of the island, the island itself, Nightmute and Toksok Bay, the ocean, Qalvinraaq River and its tributaries, Chefornak, and Newtok and Tunanak.
We tied several yards of string to a small stick, which propped up a dip net. It wasn't long before the bread crumbs placed under the net attracted one.
The forward 22-gallon livewell is long enough to hold species like pike or musky, and there's a minnow bucket so you don't have to chase around the golden shiners if you forget your dip net. The aft livewell holds 21 gallons and, like the bow unit, is lighted and features a remote drain.
5 Sweep a dip net through the water in a small area to collect any macro-invertebrates, or animals without a backbone that can be seen without a microscope.
When getting ready for a biology lesson, the teacher says, "I can simply take a dip net down to our outdoor wetland, scoop up what I need and bring it right back into the classroom." The project earned Fritchman the Governor's Marine Science Teacher of the Year award.