European plaice are one of the most important flatfish that have been fished in the North Sea for hundreds of years. They are usually fished from beam trawlers, otter trawlers or seiners. Plaice are characterised by their smooth brown skin, with distinctive red spots and a bony ridge behind the eyes. At night they move into shallow waters to feed and during the day they bury themselves in the sand. They can be found at depths of up to 200 metres.
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