Fishing

Woman who always smells of FISH due to rare condition had four … – Mirror.co.uk

Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017

A woman with an extremely rare condition causing her to constantly smell like fish has revealed the extraordinary lengths she goes to get through life. Kelly Fidoe-White has lived her entire life with Trimethylaminuria – a disorder more commonly known as “fish-odour syndrome”. People suffering with the metabolic condition regularly produce a range of strong bodily odours including rotten fish, onion and faeces. Kelly, from Oldham, Greater Manchester, describes her…

Global ‘fish wars’ could break out as climate change and rising nationalism fuel competition for world’s oceans – The Independent

Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017

The twin threats of climate change and growing nationalism could lead to an outbreak of conflicts over fish stocks – like the infamous Cod Wars between the UK and Iceland – that could threaten the global supply of food and “decimate” marine ecosystems, experts have warned. Speaking at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s annual meeting in Boston on Thursday, a panel of experts said that with the right management…

Woman who always smells of FISH due to rare condition had four showers a day and worked nights to avoid people – Mirror.co.uk

Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017

A woman with an extremely rare condition causing her to constantly smell like fish has revealed the extraordinary lengths she goes to get through life. Kelly Fidoe-White has lived her entire life with Trimethylaminuria – a disorder more commonly known as “fish-odour syndrome”. People suffering with the metabolic condition regularly produce a range of strong bodily odours including rotten fish, onion and faeces. Kelly, from Oldham, Greater Manchester, describes her…

Calm seas for tuna shippers | Bangkok Post: business – Bangkok Post

Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017

Canned tuna products of Thai Union Group, the world’s biggest tuna exporter. Thailand’s canned tuna exports are set to grow as demand surges. SEKSAN ROJJANAMETAKUN Thai canned tuna export value expanded 4% to 77 billion baht in 2016 because of strong demand in major markets such as the Middle East, says Chanintr Chalisarapong, president of the Thai Tuna Industry Association (TTIA)….

Global ‘fish wars’ could break out as climate change and rising nationalism fuel competition for world’s oceans – The Independent

Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017

The twin threats of climate change and growing nationalism could lead to an outbreak of conflicts over fish stocks – like the infamous Cod Wars between the UK and Iceland – that could threaten the global supply of food and “decimate” marine ecosystems, experts have warned. Speaking at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s annual meeting in Boston on Thursday, a panel of experts said that with the right management…

Calm seas for tuna shippers – Bangkok Post

Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017

Canned tuna products of Thai Union Group, the world’s biggest tuna exporter. Thailand’s canned tuna exports are set to grow as demand surges. SEKSAN ROJJANAMETAKUN Thai canned tuna export value expanded 4% to 77 billion baht in 2016 because of strong demand in major markets such as the Middle East, says Chanintr Chalisarapong, president of the Thai Tuna Industry Association (TTIA)….

Houston’s fishing report – Duluth News Tribune

Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017

If you can’t get fish to commit consistently, you may want to move to find a more active and aggressive school. Tip-ups are still getting pike and bass and the occasional walleye. Setting up near structure or shallow vegetation edges will pay off, especially during the feeding windows of dawn and dusk. The St. Louis River continues to be a tough bite. Anglers are working extra hard to land a…

Global ‘fish wars’ could break out as climate change and rising nationalism fuel competition for world’s oceans – The Independent

Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017

The twin threats of climate change and growing nationalism could lead to an outbreak of conflicts over fish stocks – like the infamous Cod Wars between the UK and Iceland – that could threaten the global supply of food and “decimate” marine ecosystems, experts have warned. Speaking at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s annual meeting in Boston on Thursday, a panel of experts said that with the right management…

Fisherman finds body floating in water near Buffalo Harbor State … – wivb.com

Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017

By Sara Mullen, News 4 Special Projects Manager Published: February 19, 2017, 4:46 pm Updated: February 19, 2017, 6:28 pm BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB)- A fisherman spotted a body floating in the water near the Small Boat Harbor Sunday morning. South District officers and homicide detectives responded to the scene along with the underwater recovery team. Police say that it appears the body may have been in the water for some time….

Fish skeletons help monitor health of West Australian fishery – ABC Online

Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017

Posted February 20, 2017 09:40:37 Photo: Rhys Allen spends his days collecting data from dead fish to help manage the local fishery. (ABC Rural: Lucinda Jose) When Rhys Allen saws into the head of a 70cm-long dhufish skeleton, he has to get the cut just right in order to intersect the ear bone that is used to determine the age of the animal. Mr Allen is a research…

Houston’s fishing report – Duluth News Tribune

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

If you can’t get fish to commit consistently, you may want to move to find a more active and aggressive school. Tip-ups are still getting pike and bass and the occasional walleye. Setting up near structure or shallow vegetation edges will pay off, especially during the feeding windows of dawn and dusk. The St. Louis River continues to be a tough bite. Anglers are working extra hard to land a…

Global ‘fish wars’ could break out as climate change and rising nationalism fuel competition for world’s oceans – The Independent

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

The twin threats of climate change and growing nationalism could lead to an outbreak of conflicts over fish stocks – like the infamous Cod Wars between the UK and Iceland – that could threaten the global supply of food and “decimate” marine ecosystems, experts have warned. Speaking at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s annual meeting in Boston on Thursday, a panel of experts said that with the right management…

Fish kill luring onlookers to Lake Minnetonka – KARE

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

Hundreds of fish found dead at Lake Minnetonka

Patrick Durkin: Wisconsin Fishing Expo ready to cast off – Madison.com

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

Contact Patrick Durkin, a freelance writer who covers outdoors recreation in Wisconsin, at patrickdurkin56@gmail.com or write to him at 721 Wesley St., Waupaca, WI 54981.

Awards remind anglers of N.J.’s fine fishing – Daily Record – Daily Record

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

The annual trout meeting will be held Saturday at Pequest Hatchery(Photo: Photo courtesy Pequest Fish Hatchery) A reminder of the good fishing in New Jersey came last week with the 2016 Skillful Anglers Awards. Like the 9.4-pound rainbow caught in the Musconetcong River’s Point Mountain stretch in Hunterdon County by Michael MacIntyre of Easton, Pennsylvania, and the 5.9 pound pickerel by Jake Dillman, 10, of Great Meadows in Blair Lake. There were…

Houston’s fishing report – Duluth News Tribune

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

If you can’t get fish to commit consistently, you may want to move to find a more active and aggressive school. Tip-ups are still getting pike and bass and the occasional walleye. Setting up near structure or shallow vegetation edges will pay off, especially during the feeding windows of dawn and dusk. The St. Louis River continues to be a tough bite. Anglers are working extra hard to land a…

Giant fish set Vermont record in 2016 – BurlingtonFreePress.com

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

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Awards remind anglers of NJ’s fine fishing – Daily Record

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

The annual trout meeting will be held Saturday at Pequest Hatchery(Photo: Photo courtesy Pequest Fish Hatchery) A reminder of the good fishing in New Jersey came last week with the 2016 Skillful Anglers Awards. Like the 9.4-pound rainbow caught in the Musconetcong River’s Point Mountain stretch in Hunterdon County by Michael MacIntyre of Easton, Pennsylvania, and the 5.9 pound pickerel by Jake Dillman, 10, of Great Meadows in Blair Lake. There were…

Eaten Fish: Iranian asylum seeker and cartoonist ends Manus Island hunger strike – The Guardian

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

The Iranian cartoonist known as Eaten Fish has broken a weeks-long hunger strike he held to protest against the handling of his claims of abuse while in immigration detention on Manus Island. Eaten Fish posted on Facebook on Saturday afternoon that he would end the protest, which was into its 19th day and left him “already 46 [kg] and close to [losing] my body parts”. The asylum seeker went on…

Homer: Give crappie fishing a try this spring – ReporterNews.com

Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017

Man fishing in rowboat on calm lake(Photo: Getty Images) With spring quickly approach, many Big Country anglers are stocking up on gear and planning ventures for their upcoming fishing trips. I was recently out at Hubbard Creek Reservoir trying to catch white crappie. While locating them took a while, once I found them off an old fishing dock, I got one bite after another. This fun lasted for about an hour…