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Ghost Fishing - Wiley Online Library

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Ghost Fishing by Abandoned Trotlines in a Simulated and Actual Reservoir

Ghost fishing is described as the continuation of fishing using abandoned fishing gear. In a fake reservoir and a real reservoir, we tested the suitability of topu2010water set trotlines to ghost fish. During the winter and summer seasons, we introduced Channel Catfish Ictalurus punctatus to baited and bare hooks of two hook styles in our simulated reservoir. Catch rates of baited hooks did not differ significantly in the simulation reservoir, but circle hooks were 1. 5 times more effective at catching fish than u201d hooks, and fish were kept longer in the winter than in the summer compared to the summer. Trotlines caught mainly fish, but the majority of catch occurred after the initial bait was lost. More organisms were found in winter than in the summer u2010set trotlines, according to the U2010set trotlines. This report reveals that abandoned freshwater trotlines do ghost fish and will persist for months after being initially predicted.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/nafm.10770

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