Trap-net modification

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Study Type: 

Field study in the wild

Location: 

Curacao

Target catch: 

Groupers and snappers

Effect on bycatch species: 

Short and tall gap traps reduced bycatch of bycatch fish by 74% and 80%, key herbivores by 58% and 50% and butterflyfish by 90% and 98%, respectively.

Effect on target catch: 

Catches of high-value fish were not affected

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Study Type: 

Field study in the wild

Location: 

Lake Opinicon, Canada

Target catch: 

sunfish, bullheads, yellow perch, rock bass, black crappie

Effect on bycatch species: 

60% of turtles escaped through large hole in net

Effect on target catch: 

77% of fish escaped through large hole in net

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Study Type: 

Field study in the wild

Location: 

Lake Opinicon, Canada

Target catch: 

sunfish, bullheads, yellow perch, rock bass, black crappie

Effect on bycatch species: 

All turtles escaped from the chimney opening

Effect on target catch: 

Retained 88% of target catch

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