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Entries in fish in the news (473)

Thursday
Jan152015

Recycling Rare Earth Metals With, Yes, Fish Sperm

Photo:Rajesh dangi

If you're not up on your fish-cum-metal news, then you might be forgiven for finding the idea of using fish sperm to recycle rare earth elements entirely bizarre.

LINK (via: Gizmodo)

Tuesday
Jan132015

Please stop throwing your Slim Jims in the North Fork of the Clearwater

(Photo: Idaho Fish and Game)

Larry Warren released the fish after weighing it in at more than 28 pounds.

LINK (via: KTVB)

Perhaps he should have put it out of its misery?

Sunday
Jan112015

New Model Identifies Perfect Habitat for Brook Trout

A new model that can accurately identify stream sections that still hold suitable habitat for wild brook trout will help fisheries managers from Maine to Georgia find and protect habitat for this fish, which is an economically, socially and ecologically important species.

LINK (via: The Fish Site)

Saturday
Jan102015

NY Steelhead Need Their Vitamins

Steelhead trout have been dying as they make their way to the Salmon River in Oswego County from Lake Ontario. Apparently, the cause behind the death is a thiamine, or vitamin B, deficiency present in the fish.

LINK (via: The Inquistir)

Thursday
Jan012015

Just one more for the road.....

State police say the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife driver who crashed his state-owned tanker truck Tuesday, spilling a load of 11,000 juvenile salmon on the McKenzie Highway near Walterville, may have been under the influence of alcohol.

Ray C. Lewis, 45, of Umpqua, had an initial medical blood alcohol level of 0.29 percent, Oregon State Police Lt. Josh Brooks said today.

That’s more than three times the legal limit for a passenger-vehicle driver and nearly 7 times the legal limit for someone using a commercial driver’s license.

LINK (via: The Register Guard)

Wednesday
Dec172014

Man Sentenced in Massive Striped Bass Poaching Case

U.S. District Judge Richard D. Bennett sentenced William J. Lednum, age 41, of Tilghman Island, today to a year and a day in prison, followed by six months of home detention as part of three years of supervised release, for conspiring to violate the Lacey Act and to defraud the United States through the illegal harvesting and sale of 185,925 pounds of striped bass.

LINK (via: WBO)

For every poacher that the authorities catch, far more slip cleanly away.