Fishing Nets

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0.25 x 50mm x 14,5ma x 3000kn
Monofilbus (Grøn)

€ 10.00 Incl VAT

Monofil 0,24x65,0x8,5x2400, Green Fitex

0.24 x 65mm x 8,5ma x 2400kn
Monofilbus (Grøn)

€ 5.88 Incl VAT

Monofil 0,20x65,0x8,5x2400, Fitex White

0.20 x 65mm x 8,5ma x 2400kn
Monofilbus (Hvid)

€ 6.38 Incl VAT


0.20 x 28mm x 26,5ma x 3000kn
Monofilbus (Hvid)

€ 8.13 Incl VAT


0.23 x 28mm x 50,5ma x 3000kn
Monofilbus (Hvid)

€ 15.25 Incl VAT


€ 10.50 Incl VAT


0.28 x 65mm x 11,5ma x 3000kn
Monofilbus (Grøn)

€ 10.63 Incl VAT


0.28 x 55mm x 13,5ma x 3000kn
Monofilbus (Grøn)

€ 11.50 Incl VAT


0.40 x 110mm x 6,5ma x 1600kn
Monofilbus (Grøn)

€ 11.13 Incl VAT

In this category, you will find our fully rigged nets and unmounted nets that we have in stock. Fishing nets is one of the oldest known fishing methods in the entire world.

In our online store you will find one of the greatest selection in fishing net for every thinking purpose. You can choose between fully rigged fishing nets and unmounted nets if you prefer to make your nets.


 Used nets are picked up at the customer.  The used nets are driven to Estonia.  The nets are being prepared for separating.  The used net are separated.


 The used net are separated.  Remounting the old net on new lines.   Remounting the old net on new lines.


The used nets are ready to be recycled. Old net mounted on new lines and.

Environmentally friendly measures at Frydendahl/Daconet

  • The customer's own used nets are remounted
  • Purchase and sales of used top- and lead lines
  • Used toplines are recycled
  • Used ledlines are regenerated
  • The customers own used nets are transported in recycled wood containers
  • We use reusable plasticboxes for internal transport
  • We use recycled cardboard boxes for weborders
  • We use LED lightbulbs troughout our company
  • We use sustainable energy for heating throughout our company

Types of fishing nets

Fishing nets are, in general, divided into two types, bottom gill nets and drift nets. The type of nets the fisherman are choosing depends on what kind of fish he wants to catch.

Bottom Gill nets are used to catch fish that live near the sea bed, e.g., cod and flatfish like plaices, soles, turbot's or similar. Those nets are placed on the bottom at fixed with anchors.

Drift nets are floating in, or close to the surface, and the nets are hanging vertically in the water like a curtain.

 Drift nets are designed to catch fish that are living near to the surface, e.g., herring, trouts, mackerel, etc.

Bottom Gill nets

Bottom gill nets are designed to be placed on the bottom of the sea, and this is managed by tying a number of nets together to a long row. This row is anchored to the bottom in both ends to keep these in the correct position. Bottom gill nets have a negative buoyancy that makes it possible for the nets to sink to the bottom and catch the fish. This kind of net can be used on almost every sea-bottom.

Drift nets

Drift nets are a type of nets that are floating in or near the surface, and you need to mark them properly thus, other vessels can pass the nets without they are causing difficulties. Drift nets are often equipped with buoy lights as well as radar reflectors.