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Catfish fishery by dolnetters along the Saurashtra coast

@inproceedings{Nair2007CatfishFB,
  title={Catfish fishery by dolnetters along the Saurashtra coast},
  author={K V Somasekharan Nair and Rekha Devi Chakraborty and Y D Savaria and J P Polara and H K Dhokia and B P Thumber},
  year={2007}
}
The catch and effort data collected on the Dolnctters based at Nawabunder, Rajpara and Jaffarabad landing centres formed the basis of the study. The data on size distribution of A. Dussumieri was collected from Nawabandar. Jaffarabad is one of the major landing centers with 270-285 dolnet units under operation, Nawabunder is the second largest dolnet landing centre, with 250 dolnetters and 40-50 gill netters. 

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