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Traditional Maori fish hooks and trolling lures
The ancestors of Mäori would have arrived at these shores steeped in rich fishing traditions and practice, and would have adapted this fishing culture to local conditions, species, and materials
Baited Remote Underwater Video Systems
Baited Remote Underwater Video Systems use bait to attract fish or other animals into the field of view of cameras
Paua Haliotis spp.
Three species of paua are found around New Zealand shores where they are important recreational and commercial species and are taken for their flesh a well as the brightly coloured shell which is used to make jewelery
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