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English translation: otter boards [context: otter trawling]

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Dutch term or phrase:planken [context: plankenvisserij]
English translation:otter boards [context: otter trawling]
Entered by: Kitty Brussaard
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16:42 Dec 28, 2016
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Fisheries / Belgian fisheries
Dutch term or phrase: de planken
de hoeveelheden voor de Noordzee worden verdubbeld voor de vaartuigen die uitsluitend uitgerust zijn met de planken of met de zegen

De kabeljauwvangst in de periode 01.01.2017 tot en met 31.03.2017 van vaartuigen die volgens de officiële lijst niet zijn uitgerust met de boomkor (planken, staande want, ...I wordt in de Noordzee per zeereis beperkt tot een aantal kg, uitgedrukt als productgewicht, vermenigvuldigd met het aantal vaartdagen van die zeereis in dat gebied en wel als volgt:

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http://www.lv.vlaanderen.be/nl/nieuws/aanvullende-quotamaatr...
Andre de Vries
United Kingdom
Local time: 07:24
otter boards (cf. otter trawling)
Explanation:
Beam trawling (boomkorvisserij), otter trawling (plankenvisserij/bordenvisserij), gill netting (staandwantvisserij), seining fishery (zegenvisserij) etc. These are all examples of commercial fishing methods.

See for instance:

http://www.ecomare.nl/en/encyclopedia/man-and-the-environmen...
http://britishseafishing.co.uk/commercial-fishing-methods/

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Note added at 22 hrs (2016-12-29 15:11:49 GMT)
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Today the otter trawl is used everywhere groundfish are caught. It is a 150- or 200 foot- long net, shaped a bit like a wind sock. Giant wooden planks called otter boards are attached to both sides of its mouth. As the net is towed over the seafloor, scraping the bottom, the force of the water on the otter boards keeps it open, and fish are swept into the closed end of the net, which is called the cod end--and not just because it catches cod. Cod was a Middle English word for bag, and apparently a contemptuous way of referring to a very common fish; later it became a doubly apt name for the bag that caught the fish.
http://tinyurl.com/h37orbe

A bottom otter trawl is a cone-shaped net consisting of a body, normally made from two, four and sometimes more panels, closed by one or two codends and with lateral wings extending forward from the opening. A bottom trawl is kept open horizontally by two otter boards.
(...)
The trawl designs used by outrigger trawlers have a low opening (less than 2 meters), with the wings attached to the upper and lower edge of rectangular otter boards that traditionally are made of wooden planks spaced by slots.
http://www.fao.org/fishery/fishtech/1022/en
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planken (cf. plankenvisserij)
otter boards (cf. otter trawling)


Explanation:
Beam trawling (boomkorvisserij), otter trawling (plankenvisserij/bordenvisserij), gill netting (staandwantvisserij), seining fishery (zegenvisserij) etc. These are all examples of commercial fishing methods.

See for instance:

http://www.ecomare.nl/en/encyclopedia/man-and-the-environmen...
http://britishseafishing.co.uk/commercial-fishing-methods/

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Note added at 22 hrs (2016-12-29 15:11:49 GMT)
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Today the otter trawl is used everywhere groundfish are caught. It is a 150- or 200 foot- long net, shaped a bit like a wind sock. Giant wooden planks called otter boards are attached to both sides of its mouth. As the net is towed over the seafloor, scraping the bottom, the force of the water on the otter boards keeps it open, and fish are swept into the closed end of the net, which is called the cod end--and not just because it catches cod. Cod was a Middle English word for bag, and apparently a contemptuous way of referring to a very common fish; later it became a doubly apt name for the bag that caught the fish.
http://tinyurl.com/h37orbe

A bottom otter trawl is a cone-shaped net consisting of a body, normally made from two, four and sometimes more panels, closed by one or two codends and with lateral wings extending forward from the opening. A bottom trawl is kept open horizontally by two otter boards.
(...)
The trawl designs used by outrigger trawlers have a low opening (less than 2 meters), with the wings attached to the upper and lower edge of rectangular otter boards that traditionally are made of wooden planks spaced by slots.
http://www.fao.org/fishery/fishtech/1022/en

Kitty Brussaard
Netherlands
Local time: 08:24
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