Full Size Printed Plan1:48 Scale fishery protection suitable for radio control
Full Size Printed Plan1:48 Scale fishery protection suitable for radio control
Full Size Printed Plan1:48 Scale fishery protection suitable for radio control
Full Size Printed Plan1:48 Scale fishery protection suitable for radio control
Full Size Printed Plan1:48 Scale fishery protection suitable for radio control
Full Size Printed Plan1:48 Scale fishery protection suitable for radio control
Full Size Printed Plan1:48 Scale fishery protection suitable for radio control

Full Size Printed Plan1:48 Scale fishery protection suitable for radio control

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Full Size Printed Plan & Building Notes

No material plans only

BRENDA

Full Size Printed on Two Sheets 47” x 24” 

Four Page Article and photo

NO BUILDING NOTES

SCALE 1/4"=1ft 1:48

LENGTH 45 1/2 inch

POWER ELECTRIC

Suitable for RADIO CONTROL

by Phil Thomas

IN the old days fishery protection was not necessary. The seas teemed with fish and the small boats which were used could not go far from shore, also they were limited in the amount of fish that they could catch. When men became profit motivated and sought to increase their catches, some form of protection was necessary to preserve the hatching grounds and the immature fish. As long ago as 1320, laws were passed regulating the mesh size and banning the early form of the trawl net. As the Dutch built up their herring fishing fleet in the North Sea and became the envy of other nations, they were compelled to escort the fishing boats with warships to defend them from attack. The warships did more; they drove away fishing boats belonging to other countries which attempted to fish near their fleet. The Dutch Wars of the 17th century saw attacks by the British and French fleets, which broke the virtual monopoly of the Dutch fishermen in the North Sea.

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