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CATNO35890
TitleThe Prairie "jigger" for setting gill nets under ice
AuthorMcKenzie, R.A.
Corporate AuthorAtlantic Biological Station
ImprintSt. Andrews, N.B. : The Station, 1947
Date1947
Pagination2 p.
SeriesGeneral series circular (Atlantic Biological Station); 7
DescriptorsM; ANW; Canada; Maritime Provinces; ice fishing; gillnets; jigging; fishing gear
AbstractIn the Canadian prairie winter fishing is carried on under the ice with gill nets. Fishermen some years ago developed the jigger which not only saves cutting so many holes but also reduces the time consumed in setting the gear for it is reported that with the jigger a line can be run 50 fathoms in 3 minutes after the first hole is cut. This device would be useful to many Maritime province fisherman.
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Languageeng

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Dartmouth, NS Documents SHELF 09081113 Bound with nos.1-50
Mont-Joli, QC SH 224 .M3 G46 No7 SHELF 14058579
Sidney, BC SH 344.6 .G5 M34 1947 SHELF 05009873 Shelved in room 2616. Please ask for assistance.
DFO Storage, NBMFS Shelved with serials under FRBC STORAGE 386353
DFO Storage, NBABS Can. Gov. Doc. STORAGE 257394