Pole refers to fishing method used worldwide to capture surface-swimming tuna such as yellowfin and skipjack.

Fishes caught by this method are first attracted to the boats by throwing bait into the water; then they are caught on hooks attached to a pole and poled aboard the fishing vessel or boat.

Ref: 124376/2006-10-21

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