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  • Trammel Nets

    Fishing nets are similar to a gill net but are made up of three layers of netting
  • Tangle Nets

    A gill net design where the netting is hung onto the ropes to create a greater amount of slack netting
  • Stake Net

    A net with a long vertical wall of netting held up by a line of strong wooden poles sticking up wards from the beach
  • Small Line

    A fishing method is similar to longline fishing but adapted to suit the smaller inshore vessels.
  • Semi-Pelagic Trawl

    A trawl towed on or very close to the seabed with the trawl doors swimming several metres off the seabed. 
  • SSC - Scottish Seine

    In the Scottish seine the gear is shot on the seabed in a rounded triangle shape with very long weighted ropes attached to each end of the net
  • DRB - Scallop Dredge

    A scallop dredge is a rigid structure with a chain mail collecting bag, towed on the seabed to target king scallops
  • Queen Scallop Dredge

    The dredges used to target queen scallops are wider and higher than a traditional Newhaven scallop dredge.
  • LA Ring Net

    A ring is a long net that is shot to surrounding a shoal of pelagic fish with a ‘wall’ of netting.
  • Bag net

    A bag net is an environmental method of targeting fish that are close inshore.
  • Beach Seine

    A net shot by hand or from a small boat in a circular shape and drawn ashore by hand from both ends, which targets fish living close to the shoreline.
  • Beam Trawl - Chain Mat Gear

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