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Working on the nets of a bottom trawler fishing boat in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia. This method of fishing produces a great deal of bycatch, most of which is killed, and disturbs life on the ocean floor.

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Bycatch is hosed off the deck of a bottom trawler fishing boat in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia. This method of fishing produces a great deal of bycatch, most of which is killed, and disturbs life on the ocean floor.

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Bycatch is hosed off the deck of a bottom trawler fishing boat in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia. This method of fishing produces a great deal of bycatch, most of which is killed, and disturbs life on the ocean floor.

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Bycatch is hosed off the deck of a bottom trawler fishing boat in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia. This method of fishing produces a great deal of bycatch, most of which is killed, and disturbs life on the ocean floor.

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Bycatch is hosed off the deck of a bottom trawler fishing boat in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia. This method of fishing produces a great deal of bycatch, most of which is killed, and disturbs life on the ocean floor.

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Canary rockfish being sorted out on a commercial fishing bottom-trawler in British Columbia, Canada.

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Commercial halibut fishing operation in Alaska’s Pribilof Islands.

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Commercial halibut fishing operation in Alaska’s Pribilof Islands.

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Commercial halibut fishing operation in Alaska’s Pribilof Islands.

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Commercial halibut fishing operation in Alaska’s Pribilof Islands.

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Commercial halibut fishing operation in Alaska’s Pribilof Islands.

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Commercial halibut fishing operation in Alaska’s Pribilof Islands.

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Fish on the deck of a bottom-trawling boat in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia. This method of fishing produces a great deal of bycatch, most of which is killed, and disturbs life on the ocean floor.

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A worker cleans out a ship’s hold as part of a commercial halibut fishing operation in Alaska’s Pribilof Islands.

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Canary rockfish on the deck of a bottom trawling boat in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia. This method of fishing produces a great deal of bycatch, most of which is killed, and disturbs life on the ocean floor.

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Canary rockfish on the deck of a bottom trawling boat in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia. This method of fishing produces a great deal of bycatch, most of which is killed, and disturbs life on the ocean floor.

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Bycatch is hosed off the deck of a bottom trawler fishing boat in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia. This method of fishing produces a great deal of bycatch, most of which is killed, and disturbs life on the ocean floor.

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Small fish caught in a net on a fishing boat in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia.

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Crab dock in Tofino, British Columbia, part of Clayoquot Sound.

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