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Step 4:

Step 4:

When you find a good spot, throw out the net and give it a good stretch into a U shape. The top line is held afloat by corks while the bottom (heavy lead line) sinks down about 25 feet and hangs there.

Step 6:

Step 6:

Once you spot a fish, pull the net onto the bow and shake it out. It’s called gill netting because the salmon swim in head first and get caught by the gills.