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  • Michael Strahan
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    Places to buy dipnets

    Originally posted by GWHunter
    This year I want to purchase a Kenai dip net instead of using my Chitnitna one. Anyone know the phone number or address of a place that sells them?
    Here's my recommendation:


    Ron Fuller
    Custom Dipnets
    688-1271


    He lives in Eagle River and seems to really know his stuff. Color is everything.

    -Mike

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  • RayfromAK
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    Originally posted by GWHunter
    This year I want to purchase a Kenai dip net instead of using my Chitnitna one. Anyone know the phone number or address of a place that sells them?
    Sentry in North Pole, as well as Frontier Outfitters (above Sentry on 3rd Street) have them. They cost $79.99 for the hoop and net. The hoop is made of solid aluminum, and the net is made of twisted nylon strand. These are not gill nets, however, just dip-nets.

    A net by itself (without the hoop) costs $28.00. I believe these nets are 3.5 feet in diameter at the opening. A 10' to 12' pole for the nets cost $24.00, but a standard aluminum net pole fits just fine.

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  • AKmud
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    look a few posts down...

    under the thread "the dipnet guy", the topic was beaten to death a little while ago.

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  • GWHunter
    started a topic Kenai Dip Netting

    Kenai Dip Netting

    This year I want to purchase a Kenai dip net instead of using my Chitnitna one. Anyone know the phone number or address of a place that sells them?

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