Fish have been dredged up even from a depth of 2750 fathoms.
But all that he dredged up was sea-wrack, and weeds, and star-fish, and like rubbish.
Some live in the deeper waters; a few specimens have been dredged up from depths of a mile below the surface.
It is said, indeed, that an ingot of tin with a Phœnician mark upon it was dredged up once from Falmouth Harbour.
The Greater Weaver (Trachinus draco) lives at the bottom of deep water, and is often dredged up in the trawl.
It grew darker and he thought of June and wondered, if her memory were searched, just what would be dredged up.
Oysters of about two years old, which are dredged up at sea, for placing on the oyster-beds.
On the coast of Eastern Patagonia, I dredged up this species from nineteen fathoms, in lat.
Seven years are required to bring an oyster to maturity; but many are dredged up and sold when only five years old.
They had been dredged up in the Isar's mud, found at a corner, dragged from under a cartwheel.