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Shrimping with frame nets
Frame Net Techniques:
Since the shrimp that are running usually do so in the upper levels of the water. Besides dipping as mentioned above you can place a Frame net attached to your boat, this will catch any shrimp that you don't see or that has slipped by...
1. You can attach the frame net to a pole and extend it out to the side of you boat.
2. Hang it of the back of your boat if facing into the current.
3. If you position your boat sideways and hang it of the middle backside of you boat...
4. If you position your boat sideways, you can attach the frame net to a pole and extend it out to the stern of your boat.
Capt. Ron O'Brien Shrimping Frame Nets
Call Ron at 386-
Make sure you tell him ShrimpNFishFlorida sent you and he will treat you right!
Capt. Ron O'Brien Shrimp Nets sell his custom net at the Oak Hill Flea Market
Capt. Ron sells 10 ft dip nets, collapsible frame nets, replacement nets for hoops and box, and is the inventor of the fence which can be added to all new sock replacements for free!
Here are his prices; ( Tell him your seen it on ShrimpNFishFlorida and he might give you a discount )…
Dip net sock [6 to 7 ft] 3/8 mesh for $20 [you sew it on, $5 if you want him to do it], he will replace net and add fence, and sew it for you for $25
Frame Net Sock -
Collapsible Frame Net -
HD Collapsible Frame Net -
New 10 Ft handle Dip Net with Sock: $50 and $60 if you want the fence
Two Piece Bolt [2 sections, total 18-
Repairs: If net is new, he will repair otherwise if the net is dry rotted it is a waste of time. Repairs are negotiated.
Note: Capt Ron is not really one to spend time on the Internet, and he is not much for cell phones. He loves folks to call him on his home phone. In these pictures is Capt Ron next to his CFN [collapsible frame net]. Your best bet to catch him is to call him at his Deltona home at 386-
He is an old fashion craftsman that is a people type person, and he is not into email etc. Pick up the phone and call him, and let him know we sent ya.
he will be at Oak Hill Flea market every Sunday from 7:30am to 1:00pm, if you come early he can work on your net there. If you need replacements nets call him and schedule your repair on site...he does get busy and his books up quickly at the flea market. He also has been known to sell out of product at the market.
To make sure your trip goes off without a hitch, call Capt Ron in advance so he has product and or time scheduled for your needs.
Photo of Capt. Ron O'Brien at the Oak Hill Flea Market, Oak Hill Florida
Standing in front of his sign.
CALL Capt. Ron O'Brien at:
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