Flathead abundance, 1 based on trotline
catches, showed no apparent pattern with depth.
So Zacker was dressed that day in late October as he check his deep trotline
sets for one last time before settling in to trap and hunt for the remainder of the year.
It was written in 1956 and is full of useful skills--from determining true north with a leaf and needle to making shelter out of branches to catching fish with a trotline
. The grocery list for a six-month British Columbia canoe trip was probably a bit impractical, but I still read the book from cover to cover probably 20 times between the ages of 10 and 20.
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At a grow site in July, he found a fisher that had died from eating one of many poisoned hot dogs strung around the site on a trotline
. A state game warden raiding a grow in 2011 discovered a black bear and her cubs convulsing on the ground, having eaten into a stash of pesticides.
When father was there he set a fixed trotline
of hooks across the mouth of the strand and in the morning he often had fish--plaice, dabs, flounder, bass.
Consistent advertising for positions is a little like setting up a trotline
. A trotline
is a long line set with multiple hooks that does your fishing for you while you go off to do something else.
a license that would allow them to run 1,200 feet of trotline
He set up camp in the swampland and built a log cabin, setting up a trotline
In Tasmania striped trumpeter are taken commercially over inshore reefs (5 to 50 m), generally as a by catch of gillnetting, and are targeted with hook methods (handline, dropline, longline, and trotline
) on deeper reefs (80 to 300 m).
suspending the body from the same trotline
that earlier held Grinnup