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Potential route for seine net corridor to guide entrained fish quickly to salvage facilities. Blue rectangle represents one 10x10ft floating dock (not to scale). This route is about 11,000 feet long, so would require 22,000 feet of seine material (11,000 feet for each side of the net corridor).

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  1. Potential route for seine net corridor to guide entrained fish quickly to salvage facilities. Blue rectangle represents one 10x10ft floating dock (not to scale). This route is about 11,000 feet long, so would require 22,000 feet of seine material (11,000 feet for each side of the net corridor)

  2. Example modular dock product that could be used to create, temporary floating docks (10ft X 10ft) to provide attachment points for net panels and also a work platform for retrieving, launching or cleaning nets. Docks would be anchored to the bottom with buoy weights.

  3. Example seine net. Floats at the top, weights at the bottom. Seines would be 6-8 feet deep w/ 1/8” mesh net. Seine nets would be 500 to 2000ft in length and would be deployed between temporary dock floats.

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