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The use of anchored gill and trammel nets, which are passive fishing methods, may have affected sampling of early juvenile Atlantic sturgeon.
Trammel nets had mesh sizes of 40 mm (knot to knot) on the central panel and 200 mm on the outer panels, and were 2 m high.
In Martinique, the trammel nets were set between 100 and 300 m but did not catch any E.
The difference between size-structure of male and female catches was particularly clear for trammel nets (Fig.
We also sampled with trammel nets in Whirlpool Canyon during that time and captured 9 bonytails, 15 roundtail chubs Gila robusta, and 1 humpback chub Gila cypha.