Industrial Scale Rod And Line Fishing - BBC

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 4 years ago Misc

Fishing tuna like a boss.
There are 19 comments:
Male 186
Is there something wrong with me that I think those fish look CGI? Or is anyone with me on this? Something`s not right about this...
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Male 1,586
I once caught a 75 lb tuna and it was delicious.
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Female 2,549
This is perfect, no drag net killing whole bunch of species. Target fishing, looks like employes a lot more people too & sounds sustainable. Those draters are big one yellow/ blue fin will take care of one seating of big sushi restaurant. Cool cool cool
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Male 1,364
that cant be true.
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Male 2,344
Oh dude, 2:03... Hoooly poo.
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Male 766
squeamish much? just food man . . . y`all gotta eat. even that tofu came from a living entity. the mayo has plant oils and eggs . . . mmmmm tuna sanggy!
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Male 110
This makes me wonder why most vegetarians still eat fish.
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Female 1,894
i need to stop eating fish... :( that was sad seeing blood splatter
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Male 25,416
Awesome
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Male 7,123
That was beautiful.

And if you are stuck with manual labour in a third world country, that`s the job to go for.
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Male 36,558
vv good point @Buiadh, by-catch is BAD! Lots of fish & other creatures get killed by nets for no reason.

Now I`m hungry...
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Male 1,511

I pictured them yelling WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE as they were flung up.
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Male 658
Since when is 12 guys fishing is "industrial scale"?
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Male 6,737
@skytz1337 - I think you`re missing the point, you get no bycatch with rod+line wishing. Should some other sea creature be hooked up, if they`re not fishing for it, it gets put back in the water.

Also this form of fishing is sustainable. Whereas net-based fishing is scouring oceans of life.
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Male 687
1st...looks awesome
2nd...how to give a fish concussion 1:55
3nd...this is way too much work when you can just use a freaking net
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Male 5,413
Would love to be on that boat fishin`
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Male 1,083
a lot better than using nets
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Male 6,737
Is this from BBC`s Pacific?

Quite old if it is. But I thought that was an Attenborough doc?

Edit: I see it seems to be a new doc. "South Pacific".

On topic: All tuna I buy is rod+line. More expensive, but happy to pay extra.
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Female 8,044
Link: Industrial Scale Rod And Line Fishing - BBC [Rate Link] - Fishing tuna like a boss.
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