Transparent nets are so-called monofilament nets, consist of a continuous yarn similar to a fishing line and are knotted. These nets should always be tightened, as the nets have a tendency to contract due to the way they are made.
Monofilament is a type of fishing line or thread that is made from a single, continuous filament of material. It is called “monofilament” because it consists of a single strand, unlike other types of fishing lines that may be made of multiple strands twisted or braided together. The term “transparent nets” is not commonly used to refer to monofilament fishing line, but it may be used to describe certain types of nets that are made from transparent materials, such as nylon or polyethylene, which can be used in fishing or other applications.
Monofilament fishing line is popular among anglers for several reasons. It is known for its high strength-to-diameter ratio, meaning it is relatively strong for its thickness. This allows anglers to use thinner lines, which are less visible in the water and can result in more bites. Monofilament also has good abrasion resistance, knot strength, and manageability.
In addition to fishing, monofilament is used in various other applications, such as kite flying, crafting, and even in medical sutures. Its transparent nature, when used in nets, allows for better visibility underwater, making it useful for certain fishing techniques and applications where visibility is important.