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    Hey Asemery, what kind of net is in your avatar and what is it used for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiggersngrits View Post
    Hey Asemery, what kind of net is in your avatar and what is it used for?
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    Hammer net, Pennsylvania Dutch design. The operator of the net would stand in a river or stream. A helper upstream would hit the river bank with a large mallet or hammer (hence the name). The fish would be scared towards the net operator who would lift the net. The fish would drop into the sleeve and would be retrieved through a drawstring at the bottom of the sleeve. Tony
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    Thanks, I wondered every time I saw your avatar. I was thinking maybe some kind of net to drag on the ground to catch insects but I couldn't figure out why it would have spikes on both sides.
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