Hangs and obstructions to trawl fishing
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Hangs and obstructions to trawl fishing North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia by James A. McGee

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Published by University of North Carolina Sea Grant Program in Chapel Hill .
Written in English


  • Trawls and trawling -- Southern States.

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StatementJames A. McGee, Sumner K. Midgett, R. Hughes Tillett.
ContributionsMidgett, Sumner K., Tillett, R. Hughes.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14131071M

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Trawl fisheries targeting fish account for nearly 50% of global landings and shrimp trawling is one of the most important fisheries in the Gulf of Guinea system. Slide 4 – Introduction. Trawling is an active fishing method that involves pulling a cone-shaped net through the water behind one or more boats. Slide 5 – Introduction.   Fishing stories are as old as the rivers that hold 'em. We've collected some of our favorite fishing books to fill the time when you're away from the water. Fishery Basics – Fishing Gear Gear Types All types of fishing gear, regardless of how it might be used, are designed to lure and capture fish. Fishing gears are defined as tools used to capture marine/aquatic resources, whereas how the gear is used is the fishing method. Additionally, a single type of gear may also be used in multiple ways.   Trawling is a fishing technique in which a boat pulls a net through the water to trap and catch fish. The net can be pulled anywhere in the water column of the ocean, including the midwater or bottom sections. When the net is towed along the sea floor, the technique is called bottom trawling. There are two types of bottom trawling: benthic and.