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“May the holes in your net be no larger than the fish in it.”
- Irish Blessing
Local Species albacore, opah, salmon, yellowtail
Trolling

Boats equipped with up to 20 individual lines tow lures behind them at a set speed in order to target particular fish species. The speed, depth, and even color of the lure can be changed depending on the desired catch, when fishing for albacore the lures are towed between 4-8 knots to target...

Boats equipped with up to 20 individual lines tow lures behind them at a set speed in order to target particular fish species. The speed, depth, and even color of the lure can be changed depending on the desired catch, when fishing for albacore the lures are towed between 4-8 knots to target those fast moving species. To target salmon, the boats troll with bait, at much slower speeds, and much greater depth. Many trolling vessels range up to hundreds of miles off shore, and on a daily basis it is possible to catch hundreds of fish once you find the large schools.

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Pros Like rod & reel this is a highly selective method to catch only specific species with little to no impact on the bottom.
Cons This method allows fishermen to catch large numbers of fish, and in many places they target the younger fish.
Rod & Reel

Rod & reel fishing is practiced by people around the world for recreation and commercial use. This is a highly targeted method of catching specific fish. In many fisheries it allows fishermen to catch fish selectively, reducing bycatch and improving the quality of the fish available to...

Rod & reel fishing is practiced by people around the world for recreation and commercial use. This is a highly targeted method of catching specific fish. In many fisheries it allows fishermen to catch fish selectively, reducing bycatch and improving the quality of the fish available to consumers. While it requires more time, the impact and rate of extraction are minimal, which is good for all fish stocks.

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Pros Bycatch is minimized when using rod & reel because fish that are landed incidentally can oftentimes be thrown back with minimal harm caused to them, especially smaller fish that are released to live out their lives and reproduce.
Cons Rod & reel requires a lot of time investment for each individual fish that is caught. Because fish are only caught one at a time, it makes the market availability lower and cost per pound higher.