fishing space

fishing space

[′fish·iŋ ‚spās]
(civil engineering)
The space between base and head of a rail in which a joint bar is placed.
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HI Fishing space around the two accessible sides of the pocket is tight, with about a dozen casters being the limit at any one time.
The open floor plan of the 2019 models allow more room for rod storage and a huge amount of fishing space. The aerated live-well, at 41 gallons, could keep a mermaid alive.
This is an application of the mechanism of investment quotas, an increase in the threshold of development of aquatic biological resources on their own vessels to 70 percent, stimulation of delivery of fresh and cooled fish to the shore at the expense of an increase factor of 1.2 with the allocation of quotas for coastal fishing, the introduction of a single fishing space and the exclusion of the fishing industry sites.
Partnering with NetFish was a no-brainer because we share the exact same audience and they are geared to be a huge player in the fishing space." After completing the evaluation CMG found that, "Due to their robust data collection abilities, (Netfish) is able to offer advertisers niche targeting to guarantee they are hitting their desired audience with minimal waste.
"Bahrain has limited fishing space due to reclamation, but here come senior government officials, military personnel and VIPs who profiteer from the sea through multiple licences that sink poor fishermen who have fewer resources and cannot compete with their influence or power," he said in parliament yesterday.
Following the Israeli summer aggression on Gaza, the ceasefire agreement stated to increase Gaza's fishing space to five miles.
The new round of talks between the two sides is expected to dwell on the Palestinians' demand for increasing fishing space off the coast of Gaza; establishing an airport and a deep seaport in Gazaand swapping the bodies of two Israeli soldiers killed during the latest offensive on the Gaza Strip with the bodies of Palestinians in line with an Egypt-proposed agenda for the negotiations.
Just in front of the console is a 65quart Yeti cooler upgrade that has seating for two, and to add even more passenger capacity there's an available flip-down stern bench seat that preserves fishing space when not needed.
The island in the centre of the lake was also accessible and made the fishery more interesting while giving extra fishing space.
Amendments have been made to the basic branch law that provide for the preservation of the historical principle for the next 15 years, investment incentive mechanisms have been introduced, decisions have been taken to develop coastal fishing, create a single fishing space, have adopted a federal law on aquaculture, their results, approved a large number of by-laws aimed at improving the efficiency of fishing organization.
Behind the helm is a full- width bench seat that folds down to fit flush with the deck for increased fishing space. A beam of 7 feet, 6 inches has 13-inch wide gunnels to make fighting a fish 360 degrees around the boat a snap.