Supertrawlers in our Marine Conservation Zones.

What are Supertrawlers? Supertrawlers are fishing trawlers that measure over 100 meters in length. They can catch hundreds of tons of fish every day, using nets up to a mile long. The fishing techniques they use change depending on the type of fish they catch. Pelagic trawls catch fish that live in the upper water…

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The Killing Continues – Make the use of Supertrawlers a CRIME!

The explosion of foreign supertrawlers in UK MPAs – Fishing time in the first half of 2020 doubles 2019 effort. Fishing by large foreign-owned pelagic supertrawlers over 100m in length in UK Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) has rocketed this year and has been increasing significantly since 2017¬†Fifteen of the supertrawlers operating in UK waters in…

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Did you know – Overfishing is driving dolphins to the brink of extinction?!

“The boats supplying the fish we eat are killing dolphins so fast that they are heading towards extinction…” By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 12th March 2020 By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 12th March 2020 How many people want dolphins killed?  Apart from the psychopath shooting them in Florida, and the Japanese…

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