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Data modelling is key to managing fisheries sustainably

Have you ever questioned the environmental or economic sustainability of the flathead you order from your local fish and chips shop? Do you know where it's from?

Op-Ed Contributor: How to Protect the Atlantic Fishery

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The body that manages the fishing stock should adopt a more ecologically sensitive approach to a key part of the food chain.

Expanded bluefin tuna quotas could reverse recovery: scientists

Eastern Atlantic bluefin tuna's spectacular recovery will be reversed if the region's 51-nation fisheries management body embraces quota recommendations finalised late Friday by its scientific advisory panel, scientists at the meeting warned.

Plenty of fish in the sea? Not necessarily, as history shows

Australia has had tens of thousands of years of fisheries exploitation. That history reveals a staggering natural bounty, which has been alarmingly fragile without proper management. The current debate over the federal government's new draft marine park plans is the latest chapter of this story.

Endangered species petition for bluefin tuna rejected

Federal fisheries managers rejected a petition to list Pacific bluefin tuna as endangered this week, concluding that the species is stable, despite its historic low numbers.

Sen. Cassidy, Rep. Graves and Colleagues Propose a Better Way to Manage Gulf Red Snapper

4 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

August 1, 2017 (Washington, DC) – The recreational fishing and boating community today applauded the introduction of the RED SNAPPER Act, a bill to improve the way the recreational red snapper fishery is managed in the Gulf of Mexico. Show More Summary

Playing Catch: Northern Europe Fisheries Fleet Review

Record hauls of wild fish, an unprecedented return on farmed salmon, finance and subsidy garner new orders, new designs and emboldened suppliers. In Scandinavia, particularly Norway, rich, carefully managed fisheries raise just one question…

New research reveals ecosystem cascades affecting salmon

Interpreting relationships between species and their environments is crucial to inform ecosystem-based management (EBM), a priority for NOAA Fisheries. EBM recognizes the diverse interactions within an ecosystem—including human impacts—so NOAA Fisheries can consider resource tradeoffs that help protect and sustain productive ecosystems and the services they provide.

Fishing managers to meet over Trump official's flounder rule

Interstate fishing regulators are meeting to discuss a Trump administration decision they say has the ability to jeopardize conservation of marine resources on the East Coast. The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission is meeting Tuesday in Alexandria, Virginia.

Understanding how fishers fish on coral reefs can inform fishery management strategies

(Dartmouth College) A Dartmouth study of spearfishing on a Caribbean coral reef illustrates how understanding the process of fishing can help in developing management strategies to address overfishing and coral reef protection worldwide. Show More Summary

Sportfishing Industry Praises Committee Passage of HELP for Wildlife Act

4 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

New legislation benefiting fisheries conservation and management advances in the U.S. Senate Alexandria, Va. – July 26, 2017 – The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) today expressed support for the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works’ (EPW) passage of S. Show More Summary

Sportfishing Community Addresses Modernizing Federal Fisheries Management on Capitol Hill

4 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

July 19, 2017 (Washington, DC) – Recreational angling stakeholders gathered on Capitol Hill today for a Congressional Saltwater Recreational Fisheries Policy Luncheon along with coordinated congressional office visits. Event sponsors...Show More Summary

Lawsuit seeks to protect whales, turtles from California gillnets

(Reuters) - Environmentalists have filed a lawsuit seeking to force U.S. fisheries managers to implement plans for restricting the number of whales and turtles permitted to be inadvertently snared in drift gillnets used for catching swordfish off California's coast.

Tippets: Problem of Private Hatcheries, Return of American Shad, “Judas Fish” Help to Fight Lake Trout

5 months agoHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

Private hatcheries present unique difficulties for fisheries managers trying to contain the spread of diseases such as whirling disease. Michael Wright reports on “The Hatchery Quandary” in this article via The Bozeman Daily Chronicle. After a 300-year absence, American shad have … more ?

Sportfishing Industry Supports Legislation to Conserve Great Lakes Fisheries

5 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

Bills will support science and management to support the region’s fisheries Alexandria, VA – June 12, 2016 – The sportfishing industry offered its full support for two bills introduced by U.S. Senators Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.), Gary Peters (D-Mich.) and Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) to manage and conserve the Great Lakes’ fisheries. Show More Summary

Tippets: Rubber vs. Felt, DIY Fly Floatant

5 months agoHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

In this recent article Kris Millgate looks at the rubber vs. felt debate. She speaks with those in gear design and manufacturing, fisheries management, and guides about the issue. “If the rubber versus felt debate did anything in the name … more ?

Myanmar designates first marine areas protected by local fishing communities

Myanmar Department of Fisheries celebrates World Oceans Day by designating Myanmar's first Locally Managed Marine Areas (LMMAs).

From brook trout to walleyes, warming waters to play havoc with fisheries

A few degrees, on average, can make a huge difference in lakes and streams as aquatic species struggle to compete and in some cases survive, and that's why a warming climate is of concern to fisheries managers.

Diving deep, WSU researchers find wealth of fish

(Washington State University) Washington State University marine biologists for the first time have documented a wealth of fish in the 'vastly underexplored' deep coral reefs off Hawaii Island.The study gives fishery managers a moreShow More Summary

New management could be coming to East Coast herring fishery

Federal fishing regulators are considering a host of alternatives about new ways to manage the herring fishery. Atlantic herring is a major industrial fishery on the East Coast, with fishermen … Click to Continue »

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