The plan apparently was to gather the catch, then, if the catch was good, with the boat running heavy, to row to the nearest sheltered shoreline, stash the catch, along with the setline
(for again, this was the last run of the year), then row back to gather the next set.
Halibut injury and mortality associated with manual and automated removal from setline
--Arab-Pacific conference calls for setline
Iranian-Emirati island dispute.
Incidence of crystallized otoliths from the 2000 and 2002 IPHC setline
and NMFS trawl surveys.
Due to its modular design, it can he configured as a standalone machine or alternatively integrated with downstream OYSTAR A+F packaging machincs, such as tile Setline
The A+F SetLine
Sleeving-Packing System combines sleeving and case packing technology into one space saving, cost effective operation.
Although targeted by directed commercial setline
and recreational fisheries, bycatches of halibut occur in many other fisheries involving various gears.
With the C125, alignment of electrical position to the mechanical encoder position can be done with a simple setline
. The device is capable of up to 820 kHz frequency response.
Alignment of electrical position to the mechanical encoder position is said to be quick and easy with activation realized via set button or setline
. The CoreTech concept uses a minimum number of components to achieve maximum variety: a proprietary hybrid OPTO-ASIC and a small code disk.
Alignment of electrical position to the mechanical encoder position is rapid, with activation realized via set button or setline
Trotlines, along with limblines, throwlines, and juglines, are all varieties of setlines
. In my home state of New Mexico, the Department of Game & Fish defines a trotline or setline
as "a line without a rod or reel attached that need not be held in the hand or closely attended."
Field sampling was conducted during the IPHC's standardized setline
survey in June 2006.