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    Foot of Ontario St. is loaded on the ditch side near the out take pipes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikey eyes View Post
    Foot of Ontario St. is loaded on the ditch side near the out take pipes.
    yeah we dipped a bunch there yesterday
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    foot of ontario still loaded at the ramp/ water is dirty but they are there

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    what kind of dipping net you guys use and where can I get one thx
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    Quote Originally Posted by milt View Post
    what kind of dipping net you guys use and where can I get one thx
    jeff
    I know a Vietnamese guy named Mar Mar that makes them. I bought two of them from him. One for me and one for my father. Depending the size they are between $50-$75 and well worth it. It will last a lifetime. They are great in the wind and don't come apart like the cheap unbrella nets. I will try to get a picture of it tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikey eyes View Post
    I know a Vietnamese guy named Mar Mar that makes them. I bought two of them from him. One for me and one for my father. Depending the size they are between $50-$75 and well worth it. It will last a lifetime. They are great in the wind and don't come apart like the cheap unbrella nets. I will try to get a picture of it tonight.
    Is Mar Mar the guy at the foot of Ferry St. that sells the round nets? If so, last year I asked him how much & he said $100! You can buy a lot of minnows for a $100 bucks! I made my own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lineman49 View Post
    Is Mar Mar the guy at the foot of Ferry St. that sells the round nets? If so, last year I asked him how much & he said $100! You can buy a lot of minnows for a $100 bucks! I made my own.
    Yes that's him. I got two for that price! You must have asked him on a bad day! Nice work on making your own lineman49! I tried to make one and it turned in to a disaster! At the bait shop it's $7.50 for 50 minnows. 30-35 minnows if Sy is working. That's 12 dips for $100 at the bait shop. That's two perch trips for three guys. That net paid for it self many times over.

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    Mikey, for sure on the 12 dips for $100,I guess the net did pay for its self! I knew when they were getting $7.50 for the certified minnows(50) that the price would not go down to what it was before like $3.50 per dip (100+)minnows.

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    Memphis Net & Twine sells good hoop nets at a decent price. I bought one following someone's recommendation (on here), and I have been very happy with it.

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Size:  16.5 KBthe way I did it I picked a old bike rim take all the spokes of the rim now take a ride to ac more or jo ann fabic get yourself some netting and make your own its pretty simple you have to do a little sewing then your done look up on the internt net and copy it cost you less than 20.00 bucks this is the idea there pretty simple yellowpike
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