gill net


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gill net

[′gil ‚net]
(engineering)
A net that entangles the gill covers of fish.
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The abundance of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) found after rotenone application was better represented from boat electrofishing sampling than gill nets.
650-1013 mm) of fish captured by the commercial gill net fishery, which targets adult corvina during their spawning season.
Gill nets have long been the center of attacks from national conservation groups that worry about the bycatch captured by trawls and gill nets.
A gill net and a trammel net were set at each of the sampled depth ranges.
In all years, catch rates were low (<1 common snook per gill net set).
Records of the fishing dispute go as far back as the 1920s when a 52-year-old lady named Eliza Sero had her handmade gill net taken away from her by non-Native fishers in the Bay, who also took the day's catch.
It shows, from personal experience on an offshore fishing vessel, that going fishing for turbot with gill nets is to participate in a marine massacre.
The dig has also uncovered a cedar-bark gill net, more netting, a harpoon shaft, and an area where elk and deer were butchered and processed.
Fishing gear surveys revealed that villagers use 800 km of gill net.
ANOVA was used to determine how fishing effort for each of the three principal gear (hook and line, gill net, and spear gun [fish traps were rarely used]) varied according to seasons (SW monsoon and interim period vs.
Under the new regulations, a vessel in the EEZ or having fished in the EEZ with a drift gill net aboard may not possess Spanish mackerel.