trawling


trawling
traw|ling
sb., -en

Dansk ordbog. 2015.

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  • Trawling — is a method of fishing that involves pulling a large fishing net through the water behind one or more boats. The net that is used for trawling is called a trawl.The boats that are used for trawling are called trawlers. Trawlers vary in size; from …   Wikipedia

  • trawling — the operation of a trawl …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • trawling — n. netting, net like material trɔːl n. fishing net dragged along the sea bottom v. fish with a fishing net dragged along the sea bottom …   English contemporary dictionary

  • trawling — trawˈling noun • • • Main Entry: ↑trawl …   Useful english dictionary

  • pair trawling — Trawling by two vessels steaming in parallel with the net towed between them. Very large nets can be held open and towed in this manner and the net is generally hauled alternately aboard the two vessels for processing of the catch …   Fisheries — dictionary

  • Bottom trawling — The Celtic Explorer, a research vessel engaged in bottom trawling …   Wikipedia

  • Midwater trawling — is trawling, or net fishing, at a depth that is higher in the water column than the bottom of the ocean. It is contrasted with bottom trawling. Midwater trawling is also known as pelagic trawling and bottom trawling as benthic trawling. External… …   Wikipedia

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  • Pair trawling — are not required. By utilising the towing power of two boats, and as no otter boards are needed, a larger net may be worked than would otherwise be possible, or alternatively, the two boats can share increased fuel efficiencyref|sains.As doors… …   Wikipedia

  • bull trawling — pair trawling (bottom or mid water trawling by two vessels towing the same net. Very large nets can be towed in this manner by relatively small boats and the net is generally hauled alternately aboard the two vessels for processing of the catch) …   Dictionary of ichthyology


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