shrimping


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shrimping

A slang term for the sucking another person’s toes to trigger sexual arousal.
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Typically the best shrimping will happen in areas that have seagrass beds nearby and an ocean inlet.
An archive picture of a shrimping van on Southport beach in the 1990s.
Forty-six vessels were fishing in the bay in 1966 when bait shrimping was placed under a permit system (Tabb and Kenny, 1968).
"During every shrimping season, fishermen have to renew their licences and they can transfer from shrimping to fishing if they please or vice versa," he said.
In addition to the damage from the hurricanes, the domestic shrimping industry is still working to regain market share from cheaper, imported shrimp that is sometimes illegally dumped in the U.S.
This education program included aid from the US regarding certain technological methods of shrimping that would drastically cut down on the number of sea turtles caught by accident.
All these changes in the primary industry sector have been due mainly to the highly favourable ecological conditions for exportable shrimp farming, increased costs of shrimping, effects of government priority and various resultant policies for the shrimp industry, significant increase in the application of modern technology, and highly encouraging international market signals both in terms of price and demands.