Monfilament netting, although stiffer and more difficult to maintain, is preferred by many fishermen because it is almost indiscernible to fish. Monofilament nylon is very effective in clear water and during daylight hours. We offer strong, soft, double-knotted netting that is double-selvaged for strength. The depth and feet are calculated on a "1/2 basis" (200 stretch feet per 100 feet hung netting). Having trouble deciding which netting or how much netting you need? We carry the best monofilament netting on the market. Feel free to call our customer service department.
When ordering nets or nettings, be sure they are the mesh you need:
Square measure is one-half of stretch measure. Both square and stretched measurements in our catalog are based on standard method of measurement - from center of knot to center of knot.
|TYPICAL BREAKING STRENGTHS|
|Here are typical breaking strengths for monofilament nylon twines used in double knot gill nettings. Netting strengths are lower than twine strengths because of the knots. Double knots have less shearing action than single knots and are about 10% stronger.|
|Mono Size||Old Size||Diameter.(mm)||Twine||Netting|
|1.5||110/3||.20||5 lbs.||4 lbs.||3 lbs.||2 lbs.|