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Net

Net

Sguil. A net (replica) used to catch lobsters before introduction of creels (a Bernera man was still using this method in the 1930s) Made of nylon line, steel hoop, nylon rope and cork weight. Five complete weights and four half weights used to float the net.
Made for, and gifted to, Bernera museum by Neil John Macaulay, 2 Kirkibost, Bernera

Title: Net
Record Type: Objects and Artefacts
Gaelic Name: Sguil
Type: Fishing Equipment
Record Maintained By: CEBL
Subject Id: 15908