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"Fishermen lose their nets sometimes, but we don't just leave them floating in the lake. We help them find them," Couchie said Monday. "When Nipissing First Nation nets are properly anchored to the bottom you will see a dead head jog on top of the water," Couchie said, adding not all nets belong to Nipissing First Nation fishermen.