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1. Put it back exactly the way it was.
2. Find a good hide within a short distance from it
3. Wait for days, possibly weeks for someone to come check on it.
4. I’m not saying water boarding someone is a responsible or even legal thing to do so just skip to part five.
5. Get us some damn answers man! This could be important!
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Not a lot of use, no stains on rope or brick.
Rope would not last tied to a concrete brick like that in a moving current.

It looks like it got little to any use in a water environment.

Though I would guess leach or snail trap for fish bait?
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That there is your basic Hester-Dendy multiplate artificial substrate sampler. Each sampler block is composed of eight pieces of Masonite hardboard separated in various widths by nylon spacers.

Used for scientific sampling of macroinvertibrates.

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Weight for a fishing net?.
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That there is your basic Hester-Dendy multiplate artificial substrate sampler. Each sampler block is composed of eight pieces of Masonite hardboard separated in various widths by nylon spacers.

Used for scientific sampling of macroinvertibrates.

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Well Iíll be damned....


That was gonna be my next guess.....


I still think the hide idea I had was a good one
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Well Iíll be damned....


That was gonna be my next guess.....


I still think the hide idea I had was a good one
I know, I mean I thought everyone knew about those Hester-Dendy multiplate artificial substrate samplers! Geez.
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That there is your basic Hester-Dendy multiplate artificial substrate sampler. Each sampler block is composed of eight pieces of Masonite hardboard separated in various widths by nylon spacers.

Used for scientific sampling of macroinvertibrates.

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Probably the most obscure reference to anything ever found on the internet. I don't know how you found it but good job.
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That there is your basic Hester-Dendy multiplate artificial substrate sampler. Each sampler block is composed of eight pieces of Masonite hardboard separated in various widths by nylon spacers.

Used for scientific sampling of macroinvertibrates.

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With all the flippant replies, I thought this was a joke, too.
Did an image search for "Hester-Dendy multiplate artificial substrate sampler" (no quotes), and hot-damn, you're dead-on correct!



Hester-Dendy samplers in a catalog

Article on use: Using Freshwater Invertebrates in River Monitoring

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That there is your basic Hester-Dendy multiplate artificial substrate sampler. Each sampler block is composed of eight pieces of Masonite hardboard separated in various widths by nylon spacers.

Used for scientific sampling of macroinvertibrates.

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Great job. Thanks for finding the answer Don H.
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I assume the H in DonH stands for Hester?


Personally, I identify as a macro Invertebrate.

Don't judge me. Now where is my bathroom?
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Probably the most obscure reference to anything ever found on the internet. I don't know how you found it but good job.
I just did a Google search on the information provided in the picture and description: masonite, eyebolt, stream. Then scanned through the images.
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Nice Google fu DonH! I've seen them in my youth but had no clue what they were. They looked exactly like the OP's pic but we're tied further apart.
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Page 7 is the acknowledgement page
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That was a good find...

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Well, I guess "someone" screwed them on this one... LOL
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Page 7 is the acknowledgement page
Page numbers are bottom, center. Not the Roman Numeral numbers.
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I want one!
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Well danm I snagged one while catfishing years back. Tossed it in the trash bag with other random junk then dumped it at the gas station on the way out.
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Glad I could post an interesting diversion from all the political/religious/cop bashing nonsense.
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I wonder if it could be used to catch Dragonfly nymphs for fishing.
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