A comparison between the catching efficiency of two milkfish fry collecting gears and their respective modifications
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An experiment was conducted along the shore of Culasi, Antique in Panay to compare the milkfry (Chanos chanos) catching efficiency of the ordinary fry seine against its innovation and the ordinary sweeper against its 2 modifications. Results show that it is possible to replace the wings of the presently used sweeper and the ends of the fry seine with a coarse-meshed netting. This improvement decreases the water resistance of the gears and thus enables fry gatherers to use larger ones thereby giving more catch.
Quinitio, G. F., & Kawamura, G. (1980). A comparison between the catching efficiency of two milkfish fry collecting gears and their respective modifications.
SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department Quarterly Research Report, 4(4), 7-10. http://hdl.handle.net/10862/2378
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