The top of the net opening is buoyed with floats while the bottom is weighted with a chain. A wooden “door” acts as a spreader off each end of the net. These doors ensure that the net stays open while fishing on the floor of the bay. The closed, trailing end of the net is made of small mesh to retain fish.
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