The average pay for a Fish Net Stringer is £28,184 a year and £14 an hour in London, United Kingdom.
The average salary range for a Fish Net Stringer is between £21,819 and £33,346.
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Strings fish netting to meter lines or ropes to form gill or pound nets, using needles and thread or twine, using either of following methods: ties seaming twine or thread to end of meter line or rope. (1) runs twine through outside meshes of netting, and over and under meter line to string gill net, using needles. (2) draws shuttle-type wooden needle through successive meshes of netting, brings needle over and under rope at specified distance, and makes half hitch to fasten twine to rope.
May be designated according to type of net strung as gill-net stringer; webbing seamer, pound net.
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