fishing grounds


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fishing grounds

nplzona di pesca
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We would get a sampan, and a couple of Japanese fishermen who knew the fishing grounds, and we would have great sport.
Sam had led an amphibious life for more than half a century, about the shores of the bay and the fishing grounds of the Sound.
Based in the innovative approach conducted by the WGEAFM, GADCAP represents an extraordinary opportunity to go further on in the development of the multispecies and ecosystem management approaches not just for the NAFO area, but also for other European fishing grounds.
They have stayed in port rather than catch young fish in the areas they are allowed to work after huge fishing grounds were closed.
With all the jabber about El Nino pushing exotic species into area waters, you can wait for yellowtail, tuna and dorado to turn up in greater numbers or you can take a multiday charter to richer fishing grounds.
The area includes some of Scotland's most popular beaches and fishing grounds around Arran, Largs, Troon and Ayr.
To help CFV operators and workers, the government agency will establish new fishing grounds for them by setting up 30 payaw (artificial reefs) or fish aggregating devices, in the sea, he said.
If highly productive fishing grounds are removed from the fishery, remaining effort will then be redistributed across more marginal or second tier fishing grounds," he said.
Ever wonder as your party boat putters out of the harbor for an hours-long run to the fishing grounds what it would be like to toss a line right there in port?
Peterhead skipper James Stephen said: "All we have seen so far is our fishing grounds getting smaller and the catch reduced.
Sixteen fishermen from this western Pangasinan town on Tuesday appealed to the United Nations to ask China to respect their rights over their traditional fishing grounds in the Scarborough Shoal in the West Philippine Sea.
Kousky said El Nino often drives fish away from usual fishing grounds along the Pacific Coast of North America and South America by raising water temperatures.