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close this bookProductivity, exploitation and fishing technology of inland open-water fisheries, Bangladesh. Consultancy report. (1995)
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View the documentAppendix 1. Particulars of gill nets operated in inland open-water
View the documentAppendix 2. Particulars of seine nets operated in inland open-water
View the documentAppendix 3. Particulars of drag net and bag net operated in inland open-water
View the documentAppendix 4. Particulars of lift net operated in inland open-water
View the documentAppendix 5. Particulars of clasp net, cast net and push net operated in inland open-water
View the documentAppendix 6. Particulars of hook and line used for fishing
View the documentAppendix 7. Particulars of traps used for fishing
View the documentAppendix 8. Particulars of spear/harpoon used for fishing
View the documentAppendix 9. Particulars of specialized fishing method
View the documentAppendix 10 Training for Fishermen and Boat Builders on Fishing Gears and Crafts
View the documentAppendix 11. Improvement of hilsa (hilsa ilisha) fishing gears and crafts of the Meghna river.

Appendix 8. Particulars of spear/harpoon used for fishing

Spear/harpoon

No. Of spear/lift

Location of operation

Fishing season

Species caught

Remarks

1. Koach

1

Beel, canal Baor

Oct.-Feb.

Snake head, W. attu, Mystus spp


2. Joti

1

Beel, canal Baor

Oct.-Feb.

Snake head, W. Attu, and major carps,


3. Ek-kata

1

Beel, canal Baor

Oct.-June

Varieties of small fishes


4. Te-kata

1

Beel, canal Baor

Oct.-June

Varieties of small fishes


5. Achra/Akra

1

Beel

Oct.-April

Mainly Mastacembelus spp,