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Categories: Contemporary Fiction. Shark Bait Grab Your Pole, 1. Description Previously homeschooled Camie Ramsey is being shoved into the shark-infested waters of public high school, where even helium filled, penguin bespeckled arm floaties likely won't help keep her inexperienced, fifteen-year old head above water in that rip current of hormones and emotions. Camie's worldly wisdom might be severely lacking i. However, what will her fate be when she endeavors to flag down the only lifeguard on duty, the enormously popular and ridiculously beautiful Tristan Daniels?
The most sought after and virtually most unattainable guy in school who not only makes Camie's heart flatline on a recurring basis, he's also the one guy who seemingly doesn't know she exists. Feeling like an inept piece of chum that could ultimately be swallowed by Jaws, can Camie get Tristan to rescue her from floundering in the treacherous deep, or is she destined to be Shark Bait?
Other books in this series. Add to basket. Factors that may determine what line an angler chooses for a given fishing environment include breaking strength , knot strength, UV resistance, castability, limpness, stretch, abrasion resistance, and visibility. Modern fishing lines are usually made from artificial substances. The most common type is monofilament , made of a single strand.
There are also braided fishing lines and thermally fused superlines. Fishing rods give more control of the fishing line. The rod is usually fitted with a fishing reel which functions as a mechanism for storing, retrieving and paying out the line. Floats may also be used, and can function as bite indicators.
Traps are culturally almost universal and seem to have been independently invented many times. There are essentially two types of trap, a permanent or semi-permanent structure placed in a river or tidal area and pot-traps that are baited to attract prey and periodically lifted. Destructive fishing practices are practices that easily result in irreversible damage to aquatic habitats and ecosystems. Many fishing techniques can be destructive if used inappropriately, but some practices are particularly likely to result in irreversible damage.
These practices are mostly, though not always, illegal. Where they are illegal, they are often inadequately enforced. Some examples are:. Dynamite or blast fishing is done easily and cheaply with dynamite or homemade bombs made from locally available materials. Fish are killed by the shock from the blast and are then skimmed from the surface or collected from the bottom. The explosions indiscriminately kill large numbers of fish and other marine organisms in the vicinity and can damage or destroy the physical environment.
Explosions are particularly harmful to coral reefs. Bottom trawling is trawling towing a trawl , which is a fishing net along the sea floor. It is also referred to as "dragging".
The scientific community divides bottom trawling into benthic trawling and demersal trawling. Benthic trawling is towing a net at the very bottom of the ocean and demersal trawling is towing a net just above the benthic zone. Bottom trawling targets both bottom-living fish groundfish and semi-pelagic species such as cod , squid , shrimp , and rockfish. Bottom fishing has operated for over a century on heavily fished grounds such as the North Sea and Grand Banks. While overfishing has long been recognised as causing major ecological changes to the fish community on the Grand Banks, concern has been raised more recently about the damage which benthic trawling inflicts upon seabed communities.
This species is home to a diverse community of deep sea organisms, but is easily damaged by fishing gear. On 17 November , the United Nations General Assembly urged nations to consider temporary bans on high seas bottom trawling. Cyanide fishing is a method of collecting live fish mainly for use in aquariums , which involves spraying a sodium cyanide mixture into the desired fish's habitat in order to stun the fish. The practice hurts not only the target population, but also many other marine organisms, including coral and thus coral reefs. With such high mortality numbers, a greater number of fish must be caught in order to offset post catch death.
Muroami is a destructive artisan fishing method employed on coral reefs in Southeast Asia. An encircling net is used with pounding devices, such as large stones fitted on ropes that are pounded onto the coral reefs. They can also consist of large heavy blocks of cement suspended above the sea by a crane fitted to the vessel. The pounding devices are repeatedly lowered into the area encircled by the net, smashing the coral into small fragments in order to scare the fish out of their coral refuges.
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The "crushing" effect on the coral heads has been described as having long-lasting and practically totally destructive effects. Ancient remains of spears , hooks and fish net have been found in ruins of the Stone Age. The people of the early civilization drew pictures of nets and fishing lines in their arts Parker Early hooks were made from the upper bills of eagles and from bones, shells, horns and plant thorns.
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Spears were tipped with the same materials, or sometimes with flints. Lines and nets were made from leaves, plant stalk and cocoon silk. Literature on the indigenous fishing practices is very scanty. Baines documented traditional fisheries in the Solomon Islands. Use of the herbal fish poisons in catching fishes from fresh water and sea documented from New Caledonia Dahl John documented fishing techniques and overall life style of the Mukkuvar fishing Community of Kanyakumari district of Tamil Nadu , India.
Tribal people using various plants for medicinal and various purposes Rai et al. Use of the fish poisons is very old practice in the history of human kind. In , King Frederick II prohibited the use of certain plant piscicides , and by the 15th century similar laws had been decreed in other European countries as well Wilhelm All over the globe, indigenous people use various fish poisons to kill the fishes, documented in America Jeremy and among Tarahumara Indian Gajdusek From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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