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  • Twin Rig Trawl - Nephrops twin rig

    A method of towing two otter trawls side by side to target nephrops
  • 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).
  • Multi Rig Trawl - Nephrops triple rig

    In this rig three trawls are towed side by side using four trawl warps.
  • Amity Net Grid

    The amity net grid is a selective device designed to separate nephrops from fish.
  • Multi Rig Trawl - more than four nets

    A method of towing several otter trawls side by side.
  • Coverless Trawls

    A coverless trawl has the top panel of the net cut back so that the headline and footrope are of similar length.
  • Pots and Trap - Nephrops

    Nephrops creels or prawn creels as they are generally called, are of the basic D creel design but lighter than that of a lobster or crab pot.
  • Sep-Nep codend

    The Sep Nep is an inclined panel of diamond netting to sieve the nephrops into the lower chamber and direct the fish into the upper chamber.
  • North Western Waters

    The landing obligation was introduced in fisheries of interest to the UK fleet in North Western Waters from 2015 onwards, and is being introduced for all fisheries covered by the Common Fisheries Policy by 2019. When the landing obligation is fully implemented from 1 January 2019, skippers will be obliged to land all commercial quota species they catch.
  • North Sea Waters

    The landing obligation was introduced in fisheries of interest to the UK fleet in the North Sea from 2015 onwards, and is being introduced for all fisheries covered by the Common Fisheries Policy by 2019. When the landing obligation is fully implemented from 1 January 2019, skippers will be obliged to land all commercial quota species they catch.
  • Cefas Net Grid

    The Cefas net grid is a selective device designed to separate nephrops from fish.