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Evening Secret Blog – Changing Pace – Striped Bass Fishing

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Striped bass, the targets of striped bass fishing, which are often referred to by the more common name of ?stripers,? are one of the most popular types of fish among fishermen, especially among bass anglers. Striped bass are unique compared to their freshwater brethren in that striped bass breed in fresh water, but somewhat like salmon they spend the adult part of their lives in salt water. Despite this, if the environment changes in such a way as they can not reach salt water, they still have…


French voice deep-sea concerns
many seem to think that the new EU deep-sea fishing regulation will inevitably allow this destructive practice to continue. But the proposal is alive in the European Council. The negotiations at the European Council – stalled for over two years largely due

Deep-sea fishing – Yahoo!7
Paris (FRANCE) (AFP) – As fish get smaller under Man’s environmental impact, they become more exposed to predators, which means a crucial food source will become more endangered than scientists previously thought. Humans are changing marine ecosystems

EU extends ban on deep-sea shark fishing
Brussels (AFP) – EU nations on Monday extended their ban on deep-sea shark fishing for the European fleet for at least another two years, with only Spain and Portugal voting against. European Fisheries Commissioner Karmenu Vella said the decision had been

Scientists capture rare footage of deep-sea anglerfish
A spokeswoman for the facility said the fish is being kept in a dark tank with near-freezing water—similar to its ocean habitat—but it’s not expected to live. MBARI scientists have observed only three anglerfish in their years of deep-sea exploration.

North East Atlantic Fisheries Commission Makes Limited Progress
GLOBAL – The North East Atlantic Fisheries Commission (NEAFC) has agreed to close six new areas totaling around 11,000 square kilometres to bottom fishing to protect vulnerable deep-sea species ecosystems and extended its prohibition on the catch of

‘Black Seadevil’ anglerfish that has only been caught on camera half a dozen times is found in the deep waters off the California coast
Dr. Bruce Robison of MBARI described the anglerfish as being “among the most rarely seen of all deep-sea fishes.” A spokeswoman for the facility said the fish is being kept in a dark tank with near-freezing water—similar to its ocean habitat but it

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November 22, 2014 at 10:00 am

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