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Transcript of FISHING
·Fishermans life is realy dangerous for many reasons like the water and depending on the area you fish you have the problen of the ice.
·Another problem is the size of the waves because it moves the boat and all the heavy metal equipment on it.
·the biggest enemie is tirednes because if you are tiered you make mistakes.
·Nowadays they have radars to track the fish, computers to watch the weather and beter boats.
·The pay will change with the capture of the week
·If they catch a lot of fishes, they can win her normal pay and a bonus but if they catch a slow number of fishes they can win less money with no bonuses.
·The tripulation can win less money with the repairs and the new equipment for the boat
·The fishing it is very dangerous with the ice and the wind.
·The catch it can increase and decrease depending of the location because on different places appear different tipes of fishes with different size.
FISHING AS A WAY OF LIFE
Three main groups of fishing:
In shallow water:
Fishing near the sea.
In deep water:
Fishing is practised in specific areas of the ocean.
In very deep water:
They work in fleets organised by fishing companies.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF FISHING
Ellande, Urko, Eneko
- Who win more money?
c) The fishes
- How many groups of fish we can distinguish?
of finned fishes:
Fishes that swim near-surface water.
Fishes that swim near the bottom of the ocean.
Fish-hooks are suspended to catch underwater and surface fishes.
They use a special net were the fishes can acess but they can leave.
A cone-shaped net that is dragged from a boat to catch fishes from the sea bottom
A set of nets is used to catch demersal fishes.