▉ Throwing = (CS): Fishing from shore or a vessel utilizing a post and throwing reel. Incorporates methods, for example, whipping, jigging, dunking, slide teasing, fly-angling.
▉ Remote ocean handline = (BF): Fishing from a vessel utilizing a vertical mainline with single/various goaded snares and weight, brought down close to the base.
▉ Inshore handline = (IH): Similar to Deep-ocean handline aside from it incorporates fake draws (damashi), and is typically done in shallower profundities with lighter handle.
▉ Kaka line = (KL) (set line): Fishing with a mainline short of what one nautical mile long from which branch lines of bedeviled snares are appended. Line is set on a level plane, on or close to the base, or in shallow mid water.
▉ Shortline = (SL): Fishing utilizing a flat mainline, short of what one nautical mile long and suspended from the sea surface with coasts, from which pioneers with goaded snares are suspended.
▉ Verticalline = (VL): Fishing utilizing a vertical mainline, suspended from the surface with coast, from which pioneers with goaded snares are connected and finishing with a terminal weight.
▉ Ika-Shibi = (IS): Fishing (principally around evening time) utilizing a vertical mainline with high-test monofilament pioneer, from which is suspended a goaded snare.
▉ Palu Ahi = (PA): Similar to “Ika-shibi”. Angling (normally daytime) with a teased snare and cut bits of trap (“mate”). This strategy additionally incorporates jigging for fishes while floating, and the utilization of “danglers” for detailing purposes.
▉ Trolling = (TR): Fishing by towing or hauling line(s) with counterfeit lure(s) or dead or live trap utilizing a sail, surf or engine controlled vessel.
Trap/Trap angling = Fishing with any of the different angling gadgets made into the state of a container, or fenced in area, with at least one openings that permit marine life to enter yet shield them from leaving.
a) Crab Trap = (CT): Fishing with traps essentially focusing on crabs. b) Fish Trap = (FT): Fishing with traps essentially focusing on fish. c) Lobster Trap = (LT): Fishing with traps principally focusing on lobsters. d) Shrimp Trap = (ST): Fishing with traps fundamentally focusing on shrimp.
Note: Print the undeniable technique name or code on logsheet structures.
▉ Crab net = (CN): Fishing with a little lift net that is utilized to get crabs.
▉ Gill net = (GN): (fence net, cross net, encompass net, lay net, and pai net, and so on.).
Kona crab net = (KN): Fishing with a fine stranded netting extended over a metal casing to shape a level net. Various goaded nets are determined to sandy bottoms catching crabs when they get ensnared in the work.
▉ Lift net = (LN): Fishing with a net that catches fish by raising the net from underneath a school of fish. Ordinarily fish are attracted over and into the net with mate.
▉ Lobster net = (LB): Fishing with a huge eye work net used to trap lobsters.
▉ Satchel seine net = (PN): Fishing with a net that is utilized to encompass a school of fish and is shut by drawing the base of the net together to frame a sack.
▉ Seine net = (SN) (hukilau, sea shore seine, seine, trawl, pen, and so on.): Fishing with a net by moving it through the water to encompass or corral the fish.
▉ Toss net = (TN): Fishing with a round-molded weighted external border net that is tossed over fish.
▉ Dark coral plunge = (CD): Divers reaping dark coral utilizing SCUBA or rebreathers.
▉ Plunging = (DV): Fishing while at the same time swimming free jump (skin plunging) or swimming with the help of packed gases (SCUBA, re-breathers, and so forth.). Models are lobster or namako plunging. Does exclude plunging with a lance (see spearfishing), or a net (see different nets).
▉ Lance/Spearfishing = (SS): Fishing with a pole with at least one honed focuses toward one side normally connected with plunging. Incorporates bow and light angling.