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In beam trawling, two nets are used that are cast out on either side of the ship. By means of an iron tube (also called the beam), the nets are kept open. Tickler chains are attached to this construction, startling the fish into the nets. Because the nets trawl over the bottom of the sea, it is necessary to use nets of excellent quality.
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