Seabirds

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Study Type: 

Field study in the wild

Location: 

Falklands

Target catch: 

Patagonian toothfish

Effect on bycatch species: 

No bycatch

Effect on target catch: 

Catch was reduced

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Study Type: 

Field study in the wild

Location: 

Southwest Atlantic

Target catch: 

Tuna

Effect on bycatch species: 

American style longlines - no significant difference in catch rates for blue or porbeagle sharks, seabirds or sea turtles. Spanish style longline - significant decrease in pelagic stingray catch rates on circle hooks, no significant differences in catch

Effect on target catch: 

Albacore catches increased with circle hooks on both types of longline. Shortfin mako shark catch rates increased with circle hooks on the American style longlines.

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Study Type: 

Field study in the wild

Location: 

South Africa

Target catch: 

Tuna

Effect on bycatch species: 

Weighted branch lines with hybrid streamer lines reduced seabird mortalities by 86% compared to unweighted branch lines.

Effect on target catch: 

No effect

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Study Type: 

Field study in the wild

Location: 

Southern Ocean

Target catch: 

Southern bluefin tuna

Effect on bycatch species: 

The use of both tori-lines and blue-dyed bait (squid and fish) resulted in no interactions with seabirds

Effect on target catch: 

None reported

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Study Type: 

Field study in the wild

Location: 

Southern Ocean

Target catch: 

Southern bluefin tuna

Effect on bycatch species: 

Decreased bycatch

Effect on target catch: 

The CPUE of the target southern bluefin tuna was reduced, except when blue-dyed fish bait was used.

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