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dip net

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A net or wire mesh bag attached to a handle, used especially to scoop fish from water.
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This afternoon, with the help of long-handled dip nets, dads and their families will scoop into Stillman's pond in hopes of catching crayfish, dragonfly larvae, tadpoles and other rarely seen pond creatures.
In 1989, the IMA and the Haribon Foundation trained Verde Island fishermen to shift from cyanide-fishing to using handheld dip nets.
Winter shrimp season is upon us, when you can scoop up the delicious crustaceans with dip nets and cast nets as they flow on the tidal currents, especially on full moon nights.
Between June and August of 2015, 19 channels that interconnect the lakes of the Tramandai river system were sampled with seine nets and dip nets to investigate the fish community composition, ranging from the most northern lagoon to the most southern lagoon and also one artificial channel that links the Tramandai river basin to the Laguna dos Patos basin (Figure 1A).
Wearing waders, the students enter the boggy waters and use their dip nets to scoop up peat-like muck from the pond floor.
One example, 'Operation Hydrate', involved students taking water samples and using dip nets to collect aquatic insect larvae from a number of locations on the ANU campus.
With just a couple of clicks on a smartphone, a consumer standing at the seafood counter can learn that "this fresh Keta salmon was harvested three days ago by the Yup'ik Eskimo using dip nets at the mouth of the Yukon River ..."
The car was loaded to capacity; along with our luggage, it held hip waders, dip nets, buckets, a seine, a variety of empty aquariums, and a ton of photography gear.
Dip nets in the canal pond to investigate underwater life.
giganteus were collected using dip nets from a pier in Friday Harbor, Washington, by AFSC scientists.
Fountain darters were in 100% of our dip nets within patches of Rhizoclonium (53 fountain darters), 67% of our dip nets within patches of L.
People were using dip nets to catch elvers and transport them live to the Far East, where they are considered a delicacy.