Carangidae Horse-eye jack
Gillnets and entangling nets are strings of single, double or triple netting walls, vertical, near by the surface, in midwater on on the bottom, in which fish will gill, entangle or enmesh.
Gillnets and entangling nets
|Gillnets can be operated from boats and canoes on inland waters and inshore, decked small vessels in coastal waters and from medium sized vessels fishing offshore. |
|Species EnvironmentA pelagic schooling species usually found in offshore reefs (between 60-140 m). Juveniles are encountered along shores of sandy beaches, also over muddy bottoms. May penetrate into brackishwater and ascend rivers. Feeds on fishes, shrimps, and other invertebrates.|