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Entries in fish in the news (412)

Tuesday
Jan142014

New Protected Area in Russia

Some good news from the Wild Salmon Center and the Russian far east...

After a decade-long effort by the Wild Salmon Center and their partners, a new National Park on the Shantar Islands in the Russian Far East has been created. The park encompasses the entire Shantar Island archipelago -- a pristine island ecosystem encompassing over 1.2 million acres that supports a diverse range of terrestrial and marine species including pink and chum salmon populations.

LINK

Monday
Jan132014

“If you are concerned about those fish at the upper echelons, then release them”

 

The debate and fight against invasive lake trout in Flathead Lake continues.

Despite hearing some public opposition, the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission voted Thursday to eliminate the lake trout “slot limit” on the southern half of Flathead Lake, a change that has been sought by the Confederated Salish-Kootenai Tribes.

LINK (via: The Daily Inter Lake)

Sunday
Jan122014

News from Centralia

The Lower Columbia press report from last Thursday's WWF WDFW public meeting.

A proposal to eliminate hatchery steelhead fishing on the Green and North Fork of the Toutle rivers drew opposition from most people who testified Thursday during a boisterous meeting at Centralia College.

Speakers objected to losing a fishery that attracts anglers from afar in late spring and summer.

However, several people supported the state Department of Fish and Wildlife’s suggestion that stocking of hatchery summer steelhead be ended to create a wild steelhead sanctuary in the two rivers.

LINK (via: TDN.com)

Boisterous? More like rude, obnoxious and disrespectful.

Saturday
Jan112014

The first confirmed record of a freshwater fish preying on birds in flight

The waters of the African lake seem calm and peaceful. A few migrant swallows flit near the surface. Suddenly, leaping from the water, a tigerfish grabs one of the famously speedy birds straight out of the air.

“The whole action of jumping and catching the swallow in flight happens so incredibly quickly that after we first saw it, it took all of us a while to really fully comprehend what we had just seen,” says Nico Smit, director of the Unit for Environmental Sciences and Management at North-West University in Potchefstroom, South Africa.

LINK (via: Nature)

Thursday
Jan092014

The case for conserving the Kenai king salmon

Hail to the king, baby.

A Morris Communications 10 part series about the current state of the Kenai's king salmon. 

LINK (via: Peninsula Clarion)

Tuesday
Jan072014

Two popular North Puget Sound rivers closing for steelhead fishing 

Two northern Puget Sound rivers are closing from Jan. 6-31 for steelhead since hatcheries aren’t meeting winter steelhead spawning escapement goals.

LINK (via: The Seattle Times)

The Olympic Penninsula is not fairing much better.

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