The trawl fleet used for the exploitation of the continental shelf is represented by stern trawling (simple trawling), double-rig trawling (drag tangones), and pair trawling
. These are responsible for catching the most significant share of demersal fishery resources.
agassizii from March 2005 to April 2006 captured by fishing pair trawling
, at depths ranging from 10 to 146 m.
They also asked fishermen to not sail up to Sri Lankan shores and advised them not to use the banned purse seine and pair trawling
nets to ensure trouble-free fishing.
Stunned Facebook user Sharon Bevis snapped the pair trawling
the ornamental centrepiece in Church Green East, Redditch.
"However, they could be moving away from something and there are concerns about pair trawling
for bass which kills between 4,000 and 7,000 dolphins a year."
Fast on the heels of this announcement came another damaging one: The government had embarked on an exercise to stop "pair trawling
" by foreign fishing vessels in the territorial waters of Ghana.
They say pair trawling
, where nets are dragged between boats, is causing carnage.
Please write to your MEP asking him or her to ban pair trawling
immediately to combat these appalling facts.
GREENPEACE protesters yesterday dumped the bodies of two dead dolphins on the steps of the French embassy in London as part of its campaign to end pair trawling
, which they claim kills thousands of dolphins every year.
The European Commission has turned down the UK's request to save dolphins by banning pair trawling
off its South-West coast.
Scientists say up to 50 dolphins can be trapped in a single haul during lucrative pair trawling
, where a giant net up to half a mile wide is slung between two boats for hours.