A net is a fishing gear made of woven threads, or a netting tool, used in fisheries to catch fish in large numbers.
A bowline net is placed in a semi-circle in the backwaters of a river or lake and the fish are driven into the net with a noise. A design feature of the net is the increased load on the bottom grip, which makes the net tighter and more even to the bottom and prevents the fish from leaving the net.
Catching fish with a special wide net called a netsail (from the word nets - to knock loudly). A netsail is a long, thin stick with a wide wooden bell at the end. Once the nets are close to the reeds, the fishermen go out in a boat and start hitting the water with a loud rolling sound. The frightened fish rush forward and get caught in the bait placed in their path.
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