Jellyfish catchers are highly personal devices. Athough simple, the design varies considerably by owner in how to attach a cup to a stick. Neatness doesn't count - they all work. Poles can be as long as are easily manageable: most adults use a four to five foot long pole.

Here are 12 catchers in use at the Friday Harbor Laboratories:


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