Up until this point I've only dipped in the Kenai, but due to time constraints in mid-July, I'm thinking about taking a trip out to Chitna this weekend. My question is if my Kenai dipnet will suffice, or if I need a different style net. My impression of the Copper is that it's fast flowing and that you have to keep moving the net upstream and letting it flow down with the current. Is this correct? In the Kenai we all tend to just plant out net out as far as it'll reach and wait for the fish. The current is so negligable that we don't need to move it at all, which is a good thing given it's size. (Max. size net loop, long handle) Would I be better off getting a smaller net that's more manageable? That might pursuade me to not go, but if I can get away with my Kenai net I may give it a shot. Any thoughts?