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Subject: Re: Electrofishing
From: "James B. Reynolds" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 26 Jul 2006 13:01:13 -0800
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ELECTROFISHING IS ALLOWED IN FRESHWATERS OF THE EU (I CANNOT COMMENT ON
MARINE WATERS), BUT THERE ARE REGULATIONS FOR DOING SO. ONE EXPERT IS IAN
COWX AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HULL AND HE MAY HAVE SOME INFORMATION ON YOUR
TOPIC. IN THE U.S., MARINE ELECTROFISHING HAS BEEN MOSTLY AIMED AT SHRIMP
USING ELECTRIFIED TRAWLS (BUT HAS NOT BEEN COST-EFFECTIVE), SO THE INFO
MAY NOT BE OF MUCH USE TO YOU. HOWEVER, IF INTERESTED, PLEASE ADVISE AND I
WILL SEND YOU SOME REFERENCES.

Jim Reynolds, Professor Emeritus
School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
University of Alaska Fairbanks

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> Dear Members,
> I am looking for information on using electricity as a commercial fishing
> method in marine systems (not as a stock assessment method in
> freshwaters). I have picked up bits and pieces of information, but nothing
> too concrete. My specific interest is with respect to shellfish, but
> information has been so sparse that anything would be appreciated.
> As well as practicalities of the method, if anyone has any insight with
> respect to the legality of it in European waters I'd appreciate it.
> Regards,
> Sue Marrs
> Inshore Fisheries Advisor,
> Scottish Natural Heritage.
> UK
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