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Checking how our fish are caught

Saturday 10 August 2019 | Written by Losirene Lacanivalu | Published in Outer Islands

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Checking how our fish are caught
A longline fishing vessel next to the carrier vessel during the last in-port transhipment in Rarotonga in June. 19080909 / MMR

About 550 metric tonnes of fish, mostly albacore tuna, will be transferred from nine longline fishing vessels to a carrier vessel anchored at Pukapuka this weekend.

About 550 metric tonnes of fish, mostly albacore tuna, will be transferred from nine longline fishing vessels to a carrier vessel anchored at Pukapuka this weekend.


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