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Learning more about a big fish Learning more about a big fish Is one of the largest fish in the Gulf of Maine showing signs of recovery? For nearly three centuries Atlantic halibut off New England and Atlantic Canada were taken for food and sometimes discarded as a nuisance. Their fate depended on the market and just how numerous they were. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 7 Dec 14:56 UTC Top five fish species to target over summer Top five fish species to target over summer Summer months see an increase in boating and fishing activity throughout Australia The summer months see an increase in boating and fishing activity throughout Australia as the heat really kicks in. This coincides with an increase in fish numbers around the country by Gary Brown Posted 7 Dec 06:17 UTC Bluefin Tuna - A valuable resource Bluefin Tuna - A valuable resource Atlantic bluefin tuna are not subject to overfishing thanks to comprehensive, sustainable management Bluefin tuna is often used as a poster species for the impacts of overfishing. But we have good news for seafood lovers eyeing bluefin sashimi at their local sushi restaurant: U.S.-caught Atlantic bluefin tuna is a sustainable food choice. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 5 Dec 11:32 UTC Storm Bay/Bruny biotoxin zone to open as scheduled Storm Bay/Bruny biotoxin zone to open as scheduled All the lobster samples have paralytic shellfish toxin levels below the maximum permitted level All the lobster samples from the Storm Bay/Bruny Zone collected on Sunday 1 December have paralytic shellfish toxin (PST) levels below the maximum permitted level for safe human consumption. by DPIPWE Fishing News Posted 5 Dec 09:54 UTC Learn how to service your lifejackets for free Learn how to service your lifejackets for free NSW Boaters are encouraged to attend one of the free clinics NSW Maritime Executive Director Mark Hutchings said the clinics include demonstrations of easy-to-do lifejacket pre-wear checks and servicing of inflatable lifejackets. by Emily Rundle Posted 4 Dec 23:26 UTC 'Blue boats' rob Pacific reefs 'Blue boats' rob Pacific reefs The number of foreign fishing boats caught operating illegally has increased A flotilla of Vietnamese fishing boats with crews suffering in harsh conditions is stripping Pacific coral reefs of seafood as the poaching escalates to become an international human rights and security issue. by Dr Andrew Song Posted 4 Dec 23:07 UTC Seaward's Hybrid Power Innovation Seaward's Hybrid Power Innovation 3 modes of operation provide unique practicality, reliability and tolerance Many years of research have led to a package which will allow the Seaward to operate, in a choice of propulsion modes, in any of the areas where diesel engines are not permitted or restricted or, of course, to reduce noise and emissions and use less fuel. by Seaward Boats Posted 4 Dec 18:01 UTC FLW High School Fishing Lake Hartwell Open FLW High School Fishing Lake Hartwell Open A field of 95 teams competed in the no-entry-fee tournament The Marietta High School duo of Carter Koza of Maretta, Georgia, and Paul Marks, of Cumming, Georgia, brought a five-bass limit to the scale Saturday weighing 13 pounds, 10 ounces to win the 2019 Bass Pro Shops FLW High School Fishing Lake Hartwell Open. by FLW Fishing Posted 4 Dec 13:23 UTC Official Volvo Penta factory approval for Dockmate Official Volvo Penta factory approval for Dockmate Manufacturer of wireless yacht remote controls now compatible with Volvo's EVC Gateway Dockmate, manufacturer of advanced wireless remote controls for yachts, announced today it has received official factory approval from Volvo Penta. by Andrew Golden Posted 4 Dec 11:33 UTC Rock lobster biotoxin update Rock lobster biotoxin update Storm Bay/Bruny Zone returns high PST results Majority of East Coast Stock Rebuilding Zone to open as scheduled. Storm Bay/Bruny Zone returns high PST results - there may be a delay in opening. by DPIPWE Fishing News Posted 4 Dec 07:27 UTC Scallop changes proposed Scallop changes proposed Amendments to the Scallop Fishery Management Plan have been released Amendments to the Scallop Fishery Management Plan have been released for consultation. The proposed changes primarily relate to the commercial scallop fishery including scallop quota management, scallop survey periods and the minimum size of scallops. by DPIPWE Fishing News Posted 4 Dec 01:03 UTC Accon Marine Tie Downs provide ideal anchor points Accon Marine Tie Downs provide ideal anchor points They're ideal for use on poling or swim platforms Cast stainless steel Accon Marine Tie Downs provide ideal anchor points for holding fenders or equipment in place while blending discreetly into the deck. by Martin Flory Group Posted 3 Dec 15:08 UTC Fishers pay for breaking the rules Fishers pay for breaking the rules Illegal fishing puts the sustainability of our fisheries at risk A recreational fisher was recently fined over $4000 in the Hobart Magistrates Court for taking and possessing undersize abalone and rock lobster and for exceeding abalone catch limits. The offences occurred at Lady Bay near Southport earlier this year. by DPIPWE Fishing News Posted 3 Dec 05:55 UTC U.S achievements at ICCAT U.S achievements at ICCAT Several victories for our commercial and recreational fisheries Measures to reduce juvenile mortality of big eye tuna and advance observer safety also adopted. Read more in this leadership message from Drew Lawler, United States Commissioner to the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 29 Nov 15:48 UTC The Ghost Trolling Motor is on its way The Ghost Trolling Motor is on its way Run faster and move in closer without alarming fish The fish will never hear you coming. The latest innovation by Lowrance is turning heads and winning awards. The Ghost Trolling Motor is cleverly designed to aid freshwater anglers, offering the ability to fish longer, run faster and move in closer by Lowrance Posted 29 Nov 05:41 UTC Carolina Flare Insider episode 15 Carolina Flare Insider episode 15 Host RV Hodge walks us through all 5 custom builds at Jarrett Bay Host RV Hodge walks us through all 5 custom builds currently in-progress while highlighting the world-class yacht service that happens daily at the Jarrett Bay service yard and Marine Park. by Jarrett Bay Boatworks Posted 27 Nov 16:14 UTC VFA's new podcast The Poddy Mullet VFA's new podcast The Poddy Mullet Tune in to the Victorian Fisheries Authority's new fortnightly podcast Recreational and commercial fishers, growers, seafood consumers and people who simply love our waterways can now tune in to the Victorian Fisheries Authority's (VFA) new fortnightly podcast, The Poddy Mullet. by Victorian Fisheries Authority Posted 27 Nov 11:47 UTC Confidence in catching the biggest fish that swims Confidence in catching the biggest fish that swims Aussie captain, Tim Dean, doesn't miss a thing with Raymarine and FLIR Dean's boat, Calypso, is a 47-foot O'Brien, fully fitted out with Raymarine and FLIR electronics, including four Axiom Pro and Axiom XL multifunction displays, CHIRP sonar, Evolution autopilot, open array radar, and FLIR M-Series thermal cameras. by Liza Dukino Posted 27 Nov 09:56 UTC Renewable biofuels help boats run better Renewable biofuels help boats run better Gevo makes isobutanol from inedible No. 2 corn Gevo, Inc., is a biofuel company that produces renewable fuel to help boats run better while reducing their carbon footprint. All boaters who use gasoline engines can benefit from isobutanol, an oxygenate blendstock that mixes with gasoline by Andrew Golden Posted 25 Nov 19:29 UTC Divers release endangered abalone into the wild Divers release endangered abalone into the wild Outplanting places hundreds of juvenile abalone into their historic habitat At 7 a.m. on November 18, a dedicated group of scientific divers gathered on a southern California dock, loading their gear in preparation for a day of diving. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 23 Nov 15:23 UTC
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