300M*1000M Light Purse Seine Net without Bag

In a purse seine the top of the net is floated at the ocean’s surface and the bottom of the net is held under the water by lead weights.
A wire that is threaded through the bottom of the net can be tightened to close the bottom of the net trapping the fish inside.
The net is then pulled in toward the boat and the catch is either pumped or lifted out with small nets or the whole net is brought aboard.
Purse seines are nets that are weighted on the bottom and float atop the water column with the use of buoys. Along the bottom of the net are a series of rings, known as the purse rings, through which a rope or wire is threaded, known as the purse line.  The purse line enables the closure of the bottom of the net similar to an old-fashion woman’s purse or half of a cylinder. Fishing vessel operators are occasionally supported by “spotters” in helicopters or use radar “fish finders” or other indicators, including dolphins in the tuna industry, to locate schools of fish. The fishing boats use the purse seine to encircle the school, and proceed  to chase the fish until they are compacted into the smallest possibly density. In larger fishing operations, extra vessels can be used for support. The purse line is pulled closed, creating a net open at the top and closed at the bottom and hauled back onto the ship.
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