Thesaurus Term/Concept: FISH TRAP

Identifier 68595
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A device for catching fish, may be a portable or permanent structure, often a fence or row stakes made in a river, harbour, etc

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Context Record
Monument Type MXS20421 A wooden fish trap of Anglo-Saxon date, located to the west of Holbrook Creek in Holbrook Bay, Stutton (Monument)
Monument Type MSF20988 Erwarton Bay (Monument)
Monument Type MSF24057 Erwarton Bay; Arwarton Ness (Monument)
Monument Type MSF16167 Group of timber posts noted in inter-tidal zone in 1970s, now said to be washed away. (Monument)
Monument Type MSF15361 Holbrook Bay, River Stour estuary; Shallager Creek (Monument)
Monument Type MSF25579 Intertidal wooden features of Anglo-Saxon date located to the west of Barbers Point (Monument)
Monument Type MSF16898 Medieval Fish weirs on the River Lark; Lodemuth; Kemesingford (Monument)
Monument Type MXS19522 Possible remains of Post Medieval fish traps, off Stonner Point, Sutton parish (Monument)
Monument Type MXS19523 Possible section of Post Medieval fish trap in inter-tidal zone off Stonner Point in Sutton parish (Monument)
Monument Type MXS19521 Post Medieval fish trap located in the inter-tidal zone just to the south of Stonner Point, Sutton (Monument)
Monument Type MXS19520 Post Medieval fish traps in the inter-tidal zone off Stonner Point, Sutton parish (Monument)
Monument Type MSF15372 River Stour (Monument)
Monument Type MSF15371 River Stour; Holbrook Bay; Shallager Creek (Monument)
Monument Type MSF16168 Row of large timber posts in inter-tidal zone, some(?) visible 1995, some(?) washed away. (Monument)
Monument Type MSF20709 Waldringfield (Monument)