The fishing net is a type of high-tenacity plastic net used by fishermen to trap and catch aquatic animals such as fish, shrimp, and crabs at the bottom of the water. Fishing nets can also be used as an isolation tool, such as anti-shark nets can be used to prevent dangerous large fish such as sharks from entering human waters.
1. Cast Net
The casting net, also known as swirling net, spinning net and hand-throwing net, is a small conical net mainly used in shallow water areas. It is cast out by hand, with the net opening downward, and the net body is brought into the water through sinkers. The rope connected to the edge of the net is then retracted to pull the fish out of the water.
2. Trawl Net
Trawl net is a kind of mobile filtering fishing gear, mainly relying on the movement of the ship, dragging the bag-shaped fishing gear, and forcibly dragging fish, shrimp, crab, shellfish, and mollusks into the net in the waters where the fishing gear passes, so as to achieve the purpose of fishing with high production efficiency.
3. Seine Net
The purse seine is a long strip-shaped net fishing gear composed of net and rope. The net material is wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant. Use two boats to pull the two ends of the net, then surround the fish, and finally tighten it to catch the fish.
4. Gill Net
Gillnetting is a long strip-shaped net made of many pieces of mesh. It is set in the water, and the net is opened vertically by the force of buoyancy and sinking, so that fish and shrimp are intercepted and entangled on the net. The main fishing objects are squid, mackerel, pomfret, sardines, and so on.
5. Drift Netting
Drift Netting consists of dozens to hundreds of nets connected with strip-shaped fishing gear. It can stand upright in the water and form a wall. With the drift of the water, it will catch or entangle the fish swimming in the water to achieve the effect of fishing. However, drift nets are very destructive to marine life, and many countries will limit their length or even ban their use.
Post time: Jan-09-2023