Some articles on fished:
... by coarse fishermen in order to prevent target species from disappearing in heavily fished waters ... and the prized, slowly growing, heavily fished Australian bass, heavily fished coastal species like Dusky Flathead and prized gamefish like striped marlin ... coarse fish has been used by sport anglers for as long as these species have been fished for on this island ...
... Currently, the bat ray is fished commercially in Mexico but not the United States ... However, it is sometimes fished for sport for its fighting characteristics ... Ohlone), especially in the San Francisco Bay area, fished bat rays in large numbers, presumably for food ...
... His first experience of fishing was in a small London pond at the age of 6 and as a boy he fished the Serpentine and the Long Pool in Hyde Park ... As a teenager, he regularly fished the Thames with conventional tackle for sea trout, bream, and pike ... learned the basics of fly fishing on the Wandle, a river he fished regularly every summer until 1881 ...
... itself, with split shot, or a sinking leader or line—the Muddler my be fished right on the bottom to effectively imitate a sculpin ... sculpins, Muddlers must be kept right on the bottom and fished slowly, with occasional fast strips of maybe a foot to a yard, as if trying to escape a ... It can be fished on the swing, like a typical salmon wet fly or it can be fished in the surface film as a waking fly ...
... shrimp Acetes japonicus Most intensively fished species ... rough shrimp Trachysalambria curvirostris Easier to catch at night, and fished only in waters less than 60 m (200 ft) deep. 113 ... Caridea Northern prawn Pandalus borealis Widely fished since the early 1900s in Norway, and later in other countries following Johan Hjort's practical discoveries ...
Famous quotes containing the word fished:
“There have been,
Or I am much deceived, cuckolds ere now,
And many a man there is, even at this present,
Now, while I speak this, holds his wife by tharm,
That little thinks she has been sluiced ins absence,
And his pond fished by his next neighbor, by
Sir Smile, his neighbor.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“These words dropped into my childish mind as if you should accidentally drop a ring into a deep well. I did not think of them much at the time, but there came a day in my life when the ring was fished up out of the well, good as new.”
—Harriet Beecher Stowe (18111896)