fresh fishing


fresh fishing
commercial fishing where the catch is put on ice rather than salt, cf. salt fishing. Fish were placed in meter high pens so the weight was kept off the bottom layers and the catch was not damaged; pickle was not expressed as in salt fishing

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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