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Evening Secret Blog – The Ugly Stick Fishing Rod – Amongst the Best

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With its unusual name, many people might not think of a fishing rod when they hear about the Ugly Stick…but that is what it is. It’s not ugly, either, it’s is quite a handsome looking fishing rod, and one of the most popular on the market. Its popularity comes from its strength and durability, and its relatively low price for the quality that you get. Avid fishermen can’t ask for more than that!
It is the color of this fishing rod that gave it its unusual name; clear along the tip end, and a …


Deep-sea fishing regulations and a crucial European vote – The Guardian


The Guardian

Deepsea fishing regulations and a crucial European vote
The Guardian
The fates of some of our oldest and most mysterious natural treasures will hang in the balance tomorrow as members of the European Parliament's committee on fisheries vote on a future deepsea fishing regulation for the northeast Atlantic. It is a 

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Prather’s Pick: ‘The Fish with the Deep Sea Smile’ is full of aquatic fun – Craig Daily Press

Prather's Pick: 'The Fish with the Deep Sea Smile' is full of aquatic fun
Craig Daily Press
They fish “down in the sea a mile.” There are crabs, octopi, sea horses and fish of every size, shape and color at that depth. What the father and children are searching for, however, is the fish with the deep sea smile. One fish comes up from the deep

Airmar acquires Marport Deep Sea Technologies’ commercial fishing division – Boating Industry

Airmar acquires Marport Deep Sea Technologies' commercial fishing division
Boating Industry
For Immediate Release: MILFORD, NH. (October 14, 2013) – AIRMAR Technology Corporation, world leader in the design, engineering and manufacturing of innovative ultrasonic transducers and sensor technology, announced today that it has acquired 

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5 Surprising Facts About the Oarfish That Has Been Washing Up on Beaches – National Geographic


National Geographic

5 Surprising Facts About the Oarfish That Has Been Washing Up on Beaches
National Geographic
Photo of an oarfish. This 14-foot (4.3-meter) oarfish washed up on a beach near Oceanside, California, on October 18, 2013. Rarely seen at the surface, the deepsea fish is the second to hit California's coast in less than a week. Photograph by Mark

Europêche welcomes deep-sea compromise – World Fishing

Europêche welcomes deepsea compromise
World Fishing
The European deepsea fishing industry has welcomed this week's vote in the European Parliament's Fisheries Committee on a regulation concerning deepsea fishing in the Northeast Atlantic. In a statement, Europêche president, Javier Garat, said that

Deep-sea fishing vote delayed – European Voice

Deepsea fishing vote delayed
European Voice
MEPs on the European Parliament's fisheries committee have again delayed a vote on a controversial proposal to phase out trawling of the seabed for deep sea fish in the north east Atlantic. The vote, which has been delayed several times since March

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EU Parliament Committee Adopts Watered-Down Restrictions on Deep-Sea … – Science AAAS


World Fishing

EU Parliament Committee Adopts Watered-Down Restrictions on DeepSea
Science AAAS
Bottom trawling and gillnetting are nonselective methods that catch 20% to 40% of unwanted fish, including vulnerable deepsea species with long lifespans and slow reproduction rates. About 300 marine scientists have signed a petition in favor of the
deep sea fishing: MEPs call for bottom trawling ban in vulnerable areasEuropean Parliament (press release)
MEPs reject plan to phase out deepsea trawlingEuropean Voice
Bottom trawling will not be phased outWorld Fishing
Wildlife News –FIS
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Written by eveningsecret

November 6, 2013 at 5:00 pm

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