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  • Demersal Trawl - Sole Trawl

    This is a trawl towed on the seabed, with the mouth held open by a pair of otter boards (trawl doors) designed and rigged to target Dover sole.
  • Demersal Trawl - Scraper net

    A long low demersal trawl towed on the seabed, with the mouth held open by a pair of otter boards (trawl doors).
  • Demersal Trawl - Rockhopper trawl

    The rockhopper, or hopper trawl, is a  trawl that is towed on the seabed, with the mouth held open by a pair of otter boards (trawl doors).
  • Demersal Trawl - Nephrops trawl

    A low demersal trawl towed on the seabed, with the mouth held open by a pair of otter boards (trawl doors) designed to target nephrops.
  • Demersal Trawl - Nephrops hopper trawl

    A nephrops trawl towed on the seabed, with the mouth held open by a pair of otter boards (trawl doors).
  • Demersal Trawl - General

    A demersal trawl is a cone shaped net that is towed on the seabed to target demersal fish species.
  • Beam Trawl - Sumwing

    In this fishing method of beam trawling, the beam is replaced with 'wing' style of beam without any beam shoes at the ends.
  • Beam Trawl - Shrimp beam trawl

    The beam trawl used to target brown shrimp is much lighter than that use to target flat fish in the North Sea.
  • Beam Trawl - Pulse trawl

    The pulse trawl is a development of a standard beam trawl as a method of targeting bottom living species but in particular Dover sole.
  • Beam Trawl - Open gear

    This is a Beam trawl that is rigged to target flat fish on soft sand and muddy sea beds.  
  • Beam Trawl - Chain Mat Gear

    This beam trawl is similar to other beam trawls in that its held open by a steel bar with shoes on each end.
  • Bag net

    A bag net has a long vertical wall of netting, often several hundred metres long, running at right angles to the shoreline.