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Photo Gallery

We would like to take this opportunity to thank and acknowledge DAFF, AFMA, FRDC, CSIRO and DEW for allowing us to use their images.

Photo gallery thumbnails
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Photo Gallery Categories

1. Bycatch species
2. Fishing gear / types
3. Technologies / Bycatch reduction devices
4. Recreational fishing
2. Fishing gear / types

Trawling at sunset Fish and prawn trawlers Hauling a catch
onboard a trawler
Hauling in the net Gear and nets left adrift in the water can lead to marine
animals being entangled
Fishers sorting a catch
Blue eye travella being caught
in a dropline catch.
Trap fishing — fishing
by means traps
Shooting a purse seine
net from a vessel.
Longline Setting - Longlining is
one of the main methods used
to catch pelagic fish.
  Skipper and deckhand working
on purse seine net

Instructions for use of photos
To download a photo right mouse click on that photo and select "Save Picture As" or select "Copy", the picture can then be pasted directly into a drawing program like Paintshop Pro or Photoshop.

Each of the photos has been resized to enable them to be used for the eCard template. You may resize the photos and use more than one in your eCard.

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Funding for this project has been provided by the Australian Government through the Natural Heritage Trust.
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