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fish net float

Ojibwe miniature fish net float. (n.d.). Minnesota Historical Society, Saint Paul MN 

This miniature fishing net float is made of a lightweight, light-color wood, probably cedar. It is an oblong shape, wound with a strip of black plant fiber near one end. Probably made as a model for display at the Mille Lacs [Minn.] Indian Museum; full size floats are about 12 inches long and fastened to one edge of the net with stone sinkers on the other edge. Floats are fastened to the edge of a net.