stupefying fish

stupefying fish
methods of collecting fish that render them unconscious, e.g. throwing rocks and boomerangs, banging on rocks or ice, poisoning with natural and industrial chemicals, explosives, suffocation, use of electricity, etc

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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