How to Throw a Casting Net?

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To throw a casting net, place the loop in the line around the wrist of your dominant hand and coil the line in that same hand until you reach the draw strings. Lift the net until it is completely stretched out, and pull the net itself up to the top of the draw strings. Grasp the net with the same hand holding the line, which is about 12 inches below the top of the net and then grasp the bottom edge of the net with your other hand. To open up the net, grasp the leading edge of the net with the second hand which was free, so that you can hold it at a 90 degree angle at arm's length. Turn the trunk of your body with one large, smooth twisting motion, toward the direction you want the net to go and then release the net from both hands at the same time without bending your arms.
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Slip throw line and cast netthrough hand loop tighten around arm, grab net ring, lead line, rotate, relaese and let sink to desired depth.
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1. Open the net on a flat surface outside. Open it up to see the full circle and where the weights are located around the outer edge. Find the long cast rope and loop. Slide the loop
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1 Attach the loop of the hand line to your left wrist. Most cast nets should come with a hand loop that's adjustable. You'll want this to be cinched down fairly tight and secured.
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Marinas are great places. However that channel may be good if your careful. Usually the best places are in boat marinas. Source(s) Make sure its legal though.
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A good place to look for a video on how to throw a cast net would be on YouTube. You could also check your local library to see if they have any videos for fishing ...
A good place to look for a video on how to throw a cast net would be on YouTube. You could also check your local library to see if they have any videos for fishing ...
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