Quadrig fishery

Quadrig fishery resembles twinrig fishery, but as the name suggests twinrig fishery uses two nets whereas in quadrig fishery four nets are used. This fishing method is mostly used for fishing langoustine. The four nets are horizontally connected. A trawl door is attached to the end of the net. There’s a middleweight in the middle, where the nets are connected with each other. The cables hanging behind the trawl doors create underwater dust clouds, startling the fish into the nets. This kind of fishing is mainly aimed at catching langoustine and round fish.

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