- Danish seine
The main form of boat seine in Australia, used on the continental shelf out to its edge to fish along the sea floor. In reality \'fly dragging\', the gear is set in a pear shape with the net at the base of the pear and the ropes making up the sides; it is retrieved by a combination of the forward movement of the vessel to close the net and the hauling of the ropes using a powered winch; see also purse seine.
Fisheries — dictionary. Aardward. 2004.
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Danish seine — a seine or cone shaped otter trawl which is hauled over an area of about 2 square kilometres to a stationary vessel from an anchor buoy, the very long towing ropes disturbing clouds of mud which help herd the fish into the net. Also called anchor … Dictionary of ichthyology
danish seine — noun Usage: usually capitalized D : a seine arranged to be drawn through the water by a boat somewhat in the manner of a trawl … Useful english dictionary
Danish seine trawl — Danish seine … Dictionary of ichthyology
Danish trawl — Danish seine … Dictionary of ichthyology
Seine fishing — For other uses, see Seine (disambiguation). A basic seine net Seine fishing is fishing using a seine. A seine is a large fishing net that hangs in the water due to weights along the bottom edge and floats along the top. Boats equipped for seine… … Wikipedia
Danish trawler — a vessel 60 65 feet long, over 10 gross tons, with a crew of two or three. The wheelhouse, engine and accommodations are forward and the fish hold is aft. The hauling ropes of the Danish seine are coiled into the well decks … Dictionary of ichthyology
seine — a net shaped like a curtain used to encircle fishes, usually weighted at the bottom and with floats at the top, and often with a bag in the centre. May be operated from shore, or from a boat (Danish or Scottish seines) … Dictionary of ichthyology
anchor seine — Danish seine (a seine or cone shaped otter trawl which is hauled over an area of about 2 square kilometres to a stationary vessel from an anchor buoy, the very long towing ropes disturbing clouds of mud which help herd the fish into the net. Also … Dictionary of ichthyology
purse seine — A fishing method capable of harvesting large quantities of surface schooling pelagic fish by surrounding the school with a net. A line which passes through rings on the bottom of the net can be tightened to close the net so that the fish are… … Fisheries — dictionary
boat seine — a net consisting of two wings, a body and a bag, operated from a boat and hauled along the sea floor by two long ropes that help in driving fish towards the net opening, e.g. a Danish seine … Dictionary of ichthyology