fishing waters
waters used for angling or commercial fishing

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • List of fly fishing waters in North America — The articles listed below on specific bodies of water seas, lakes, rivers, etc. have significant content on the subject of fly fishing for the fish that swim in them or are notable fly fishing destinations in North America.United States* Alaska… …   Wikipedia

  • List of fly fishing waters in Europe — The articles listed below on specific bodies of water seas, lakes, rivers, etc. have significant content on the subject of fly fishing for the fish that swim in them or are notable fly fishing destinations in Europe.Great Britain * Amwell Magna… …   Wikipedia

  • Fishing light attractor — A Fishing light attractor is a fishing aid which uses lights attached to structure above water or suspended underwater to attract both fish and members of their food chain to specific areas in order to harvest them.Just as fisherman seek… …   Wikipedia

  • Fishing in Portugal — Fishing is a major economic activity in Portugal. The country has a long tradition in the sector, and is among the countries in the world with the highest fish consumption per capita. [pt icon PESSOA, M.F.; MENDES, B.; OLIVEIRA, J.S. [http://igbp …   Wikipedia

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  • Fishing in the North Sea — is concentrated in the southern part of the coastal waters. The main method of fishing is trawling.Annual catches grew each year until the 1980s, when a high point of more than 3 million metric tons (3.3 million S/T) was reached. Since then, the… …   Wikipedia

  • Fishing industry in Scotland — found fishing to be of much greater social, economic and cultural importance to Scotland than to the rest of the UK. Scotland has just under 8.6% of the UK population but lands at its ports over 60% of the total UK catch of fishref|Royal.Many of… …   Wikipedia

  • Fishing techniques — There is an intricate link between various fishing techniques and knowledge about the fish and their behavior including migration, foraging and habitat (Keegan 1986). All fish traps and methods of catching fish are based on this intimate… …   Wikipedia

  • fishing — /fish ing/, n. 1. the act of catching fish. 2. the technique, occupation, or diversion of catching fish. 3. a place or facility for catching fish. [1250 1300; ME fisshing. See FISH, ING1] * * * or sport fishing Sport of catching fish freshwater… …   Universalium

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