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  1. #1
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    Default Real old fisherman wanted!!!!

    I need help to identify some vintage fishing gear. I think it is a smelt dipping net but would like verification. The handle is wooded and 8 to 10 feet long and is a little thicker than a broomstick. On the end is a net made out of metal and is cone shaped and you could easily net a basketball in the water. So the net opening is as large as a basketball and is a rigid cone shape the net is about two feet from tip of cone to the rim. If it helps the guy also has an array of cork floats that I assume were attached to nets at one time.
    Thanks,
    Relic Runners a.k.a. The snow monkey
    Anyone interested send me a p.m. before she hits e-bay.
    Also if you see something I have on e-bay send me a p.m. and I will try to sweeten the deal for John Dee members!

  2. #2
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    Dec 2009
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    'Da UP, eh!? (Marquette)
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    Net is definitely for dipping smelt....used to see lots of them around when I was a kid, and there were still some smelt around to be caught.

  3. #3
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    Waterford/Sidnaw, Mi.
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    Smelt net. My dad still has one. I tried it when I was a kid in L'anse and it worked!

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