The catch of the day for the day, as you might expect, was the cod.
Cod is an important food source for many fishermen around the world.
A catch of around 300,000 tonnes a year is expected to make the top 10 list of fish catches.
The catch in 2016 was 1.5 million tonnes.
That’s a massive jump from last year’s catch of 1.2 million tonnes, and shows how much fish is being caught on the ocean.
But the real story is that the vast majority of catches are made with trawlers.
These are smaller boats that can reach speeds of up to 60km/h.
These boats are typically used for fishing in the Mediterranean and the North Atlantic.
The boats that make the biggest catches have been designed specifically to catch fish, not drift nets.
As one trawler pilot explained to The Irish Times, “the only purpose of trawling is to take you from a place where there is nothing, to a place that is rich with fish.”
A recent report by the US Department of Agriculture found that the largest fishing fleet in the country was the Great Lakes Fishery in Minnesota.
The fleet was comprised of five trawls, three of which were designed to catch a single cod.
In total, the fleet captured 5 million tonnes of cod, which is enough to make it the third largest fleet in Canada and the largest in the US.
The largest trawled fish, the black cod, is also a favourite of the fishing world, with over a million tonnes taken.
These trawles are built for speed, which means they can easily reach speeds over 60km per hour.
But trawlings can also be used for catching small fish.
The trawlenauts at Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, who have spent more than 30 years protecting whales and dolphins from fishing trawLS and trawLs, have been on the forefront of the push for more efficient and sustainable fishing.
They have also been campaigning against trawlinks and their associated catch quotas.
The biggest catch of all in 2016 came from the trawliner “Tiny,” which managed to catch 830,000 kilos of tuna, which was more than the previous record for the year, the 939,000 ton catch in 2018.
In the United States, there are a number of organisations who are trying to stop fishing trawl fleets.
One such organisation is the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), which is campaigning against fishing traws.
The IUCN has been campaigning for decades to get a ban on fishing trawdles in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans.
It is an industry that has already seen significant environmental impacts.
In 2013, the IUCNC released a report stating that fishing fleets had a negative impact on marine ecosystems, marine biodiversity and ecosystems that were essential to the marine food chain.
These impacts included: fish stocks are in decline, fish are being overexploited and there are serious concerns over the impacts on ecosystems and marine life, as well as impacts on fisheries.
A number of countries, including Iceland, Denmark, Iceland and Norway, have banned fishing trawkles in their waters.
However, Iceland has been one of the few countries to allow trawelings to continue.
As of April this year, Iceland had the third highest number of trawlings in the entire European Union.
This was up from a record high of 1,085 in 2013.
A fishing trawer’s trawl, with a net attached to a trawline, is seen in Iceland during a trawl season in 2017.
Photo: Flickr/Vigils for Fish