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Can FADs be turned from BAD to GLAD?

Saturday 14 December 2019 | Published in Environment

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Can FADs be turned from BAD to GLAD?
Non-biodegradable DFADs that environmental group Te Ipukarea Society found washed up on Suwarrow last year. TIS 19121350-19121352

Floating objects on the ocean’s surface are a jackpot for fishing. These ocean ‘floaties’ typically mean an increased catch rate, because fish like to take shelter below or feed on smaller fish which gather underneath.

Floating objects on the ocean’s surface are a jackpot for fishing. These ocean ‘floaties’ typically mean an increased catch rate, because fish like to take shelter below or feed on smaller fish which gather underneath.


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