A kind of net for effecting an involuntary change of environment. For fish it is made strong and coarse, but women are more easily taken with a singularly delicate fabric weighted with small, cut stones. The devil casting a seine of lace, (With precious stones 'twas weighted) Drew it into the landing place And its contents calculated. All souls of women were in that sack -- A draft miraculous, precious! But ere he could throw it across his back They'd all escaped through the meshes. Baruch de Loppis
A large net, one edge of which is provided with sinkers, and the other with floats. It hangs vertically in the water, and when its ends are brought together or drawn ashore incloses the fish.
A large weighted fishing net. A seiner is a boat that uses a seine net.
Wide, oblong net for herding and trapping fish.
rectangular net used to collect fishes or other animals from shallow water; also called a beach seine. One of the long sides of the net is weighted and the other long side has floats. The net is pulled through the water by the short sides so that the side with floats rides on the surface and the weighted side moves along the bottom.
a large fishnet that hangs vertically, with floats at the top and weights at the bottom
fish with a seine; catch fish with a seine
a large fishing lowrance net that may be arranged in a number
a large fishing net fishing license that may be arranged in a
a large fishing net that may be arranged fishing lines in a
a rectangular net with a sinker, or weighted bottom, on one long end of the net, and buoyant cork on the parallel end
a wall of webbing used to encircle fish
To catch fish with a large fishing net made to hang vertically in the water by weights at the lower edge and floats at the top.
A net that is weighted so that it hangs vertically in the water. Its ends are then hauled together to form a trap like a large bag.
A type of commercial fishing gear - a large fishing net with floats along the top edge and weights along the bottom.
a large net with sinkers on one edge and floats on the other that hangs vertically in the water and is used to enclose and catch fish when its ends are drawn together or drawn ashore.
A net, usually suspended between two poles, which is pulled through the water to capture fish for bait. Seines used for this purpose must not exceed 12 feet in length and four feet in width.
A large net with sinkers on one side and floats on the other which hangs vertically in the water. Used to enclose fish and crabs when the ends are pulled together
net Seine nets have two wings and a reinforced section to retain fish, although a variety of net shapes and buoyancies are used. Seining may be done from a beach or boat.
A seine is a large fishing net that hangs vertically in the water by attaching weights along the bottom edge and floats along the top.