Martin Maple describes a mission to lift the longest gill net Ghost Fishing UK has attempted to date
Fred Nunn describes the first post lockdown project, back on the James Eagan Layne
Chris Hawes joined near the very beginning and tells how he developed his own skills to become an effective member of the team.
Jason Bramwell recounts how he learned to survey and recover ghost gear, and how he moved on to teaching these skills himself.
Christine Grosart on ghost net recovery in Cornwall with a BBC tv film crew in tow!
Divers often see fishing nets cloaking the shipwrecks they visit. But can lost fishing gear ever become a habitat for marine life? And if so, should it be left in the sea?
Ghost fishing depletes the species targeted by fishermen to the detriment of the fishery itself.
Divers are at the heart of the charity, but we also need non-divers to volunteer time. We would love you to join our team, so read on to find out more.
Read volunteer diver Emma Biggs’s personal account of her Cornish adventure with Ghost Fishing UK!
During Ghost Fishing UK’s project week in Cornwall our chairman, Rich Walker, met Louis-Matisse Nicholls, otherwise known as the Mini Beach Cleaner, for a ghost gear removal primer session