occu 4 - other end. Longlines are classified mainly by...

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On Deck of a Trawler
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Seine Fishing Seine fishing is fishing using a seine. A seine is a large fishing net that hangs in the water due to weights along the bottom edge and floats along the top. Boats equipped for seine fishing are called seiners . Seine nets are usually long flat nets like a fence that are used to encircle a school of fish, with the boat driving around the fish in a circle.
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Basic Seine Net
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Purse Seine Encircling a School of Fish
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School of 400 Tons of Jack Mackerel
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Modern Tuna Purse Seiner
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Small Seiner Fishing for Salmon
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Longline Fishing Longline fishing is a commercial fishing technique. It uses a long line, called the main line, with baited hooks attached at intervals by means of branch lines called "snoods". A snood is a short length of line, attached to the main line using a clip or swivel, with the hook at the
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Unformatted text preview: other end. Longlines are classified mainly by where they are placed in the water column. This can be at the surface or at the bottom. Lines can also be set by means of an anchor, or left to drift. Hundreds or even thousands of baited hooks can hang from a single line. Longliners commonly target swordfish, tuna, halibut, sablefish and many other species. Longline Fishing Vessel Longline Fishing Vessel Fishing Dredge A fishing dredge , also known as a scallop dredge , oyster dredge , etc, is a kind of dredge which is towed along the bottom of the sea by a fishing boat in order to collect a targeted edible bottom-dwelling species. The gear is used to fish for scallops, oysters and other species of clams, crabs, and sea cucumber The dredge is then winched up into the boat and emptied....
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course 050 366 taught by Professor Angusgillespie during the Spring '12 term at Rutgers.

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