Gill nets consist of a single wall of netting weighted at the bottom and supported at the top by floats attached to a head rope so it hangs vertically (at slack water) in the water column. Most bottom-set gill nets use a braided synthetic rope headline with floats around every 1-3m apart. The greater the buoyancy on the headline the more stiffly the net will hang in the water. Braided rope is preferred to twisted rope as it stop the nets spinning up during fishing.
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