Shrimp hunting has been carried out by local ﬁshermen with small or motorized boats for years, but recently the Southern Aquaculture Company has paid particular attention to this species.
Shrimp usually cling to the bottom of the sea. To make this possible, shrimp hunting nets have to be made from speciﬁc material. Equipt modern ships have two sets of the already mentioned special nets, which are then sent to the bottom of the sea by two arms attached to the rear of the ship. Shrimp wrapped with edible and non-edible ﬁsh are pulled back to the deck and separated from other ﬁsh and shellﬁsh. After detaching heads from tails, with tails being the central part of the shrimp, the haul will be washed, carried to the insulated portion of the ship and mixed with the ice.