I love fishing. I love it
. I primarily fish for musky
. If you are a fisherman (or fisherwoman), you know that these fish are very difficult to catch. If you spend a week fishing and have not caught anything, you can easily get angry, disappointed, and frustrated. More than anything else, you just want to catch a fish. And on that last day, you might say, "To hell with it, I don't care if I catch a small fish, just let me catch a fish!" If you are like me, though, and don't want to spend that extra 20 bucks to buy a new net because your other one is way to big; then you would want to build your own. I built this fishing net out of an old, broken tennis racket and less than one roll of duct tape. That's right, I just needed two things. This project is very easy to build (i.e., if I can do it, you can too), but it is very time consuming. I will say though that it was a huge hit, and when I was building people came up to me and asked, "What is that?" You will enjoy building your very own fishing net if you like the outdoors, because a fishing net is always very handy to have around. This fishing net can be attached to your belt, or easily held with the handle.