still remain to be convinced.
I used to put fish in a keepnet, and I don't remember, even in the old 'knotted' days, that roach or bream lost that many scales.
I have drift netted for herrings, 2 1/4 miles of net, and yes, we got scales, when we scudded the nets, but that was gill netting.
I still can't see how netting, on a significant scale, can take place in sheds where boats are moored with lines going to both banks. Okay, so boats can be cast off, but if anyone tampered with my boat, or undid my knots I would know about it. Would thieves re moor boats as they had found them, especially in the dark? I don't think so!
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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