When two boats are used (pair trawling), the horizontal spread of the net is
provided by the boats, with one or in the case of pelagic ...
Trawls are enormous, cone-shaped nets that are towed by one or two boats. As
the net is towed, it herds and captures thousands of fish and other creatures.
Among all the fishing methods, bottom trawling, a fishing method that drags a
large net across the sea floor, is the most destructive to our oceans. To protect the
May 30, 2013 ... A bottom trawl is a type of fishing net that's pulled along the seafloor. Fishermen
commonly use bottom trawls to catch shrimp and ...
OverviewThe trawl nets are cone-shaped net (made from two, four or more
panels) which are towed, by one or two boats, on the bottom or in midwater (
Trawl nets are responsible for the greatest portion of the nation's fish and shrimp
... The mesh size of trawl nets varies depending on the targeted species. Larger ...
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A large tapered fishing net that is towed along the sea bottom or at a given depth
below the surface. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, ...
a. An act of trawling, as for fish. b. An act of searching for or examining something
: A trawl of local records produced some leads. v. trawled, trawl·ing, trawls. v.tr.