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Fisheries Sector Launches Campaign to Protect Costa Rica Tuna Fishing

Fisheries Sector Launches Campaign to Protect Costa Rica Tuna Fishing | Fishing | Scoop.it
The National Federation of the Fisheries Sector (FENAPES) and the Costa Rican Fisheries Federation (FECOP), launched a campaign to collect signatures to back a proposal to regulate tuna fishing with…

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I like how they are trying to help regulate fishing in Costa Rica to help keep more fish breeding in the water of this great fishing hot spot. They are using nets to block off parts of tuna breeding grounds so fishermen don't fish in those regions of water.

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kayla ryun's curator insight, September 27, 2013 9:42 AM

I think that fisher men shouldn't fish as much as they do. So they don't run low on fish (tuna). But I think that they should try fishing at other places then just costa Rica. That way Costa Rica doesn't run low on tuna. But the down side is that the tuna at other places will have to pay more for tuna, then costa rica. 

Robert Sales's comment, October 2, 2013 12:06 PM
I don't see a problem in the fishing catching. If there was it did say in the article. This fishing produces 90% of the world's tuna fish and would effect 15,000 famlies times average of 2 kids thats 60,000 people it would directly effect and if there is no problem why would you talk about taking action.
Cole Larson's comment, October 3, 2013 10:41 AM
Robert Tuna need to breed and they are being stopped from breeding so they are going to do it.

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Maine Fishing Industry Weighs In on Magnuson-Stevens Act Revisions - MPBN News

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Maine Fishing Industry Weighs In on Magnuson-Stevens Act Revisions
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The law that underpins federal fishing policy in the U.S. is currently in the process of being revised by Congress.

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Well now the fishing industry is being slowed a lot because of congress. So some documents need to be revised to see if our fishing limit will be increased.

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Sept. 27 fish report - Bakersfield Californian

Sept. 27 fish report - Bakersfield Californian | Fishing | Scoop.it
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Sept. 27 fish report
Bakersfield Californian
BUENA VISTA LAKES: Fair to good bluegill action with some fish to a pound. Fair catfish bite on nightcrawlers and shad, but most of the fish are under three pounds.
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Well where are those water and how do I get there gimme a pole and a leech we're goinn fishing Jhonny. Relly cool I will have to say big fish and I wish I could go fishin there because I would have a blast. 

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Fisheries Sector Launches Campaign to Protect Costa Rica Tuna Fishing

Fisheries Sector Launches Campaign to Protect Costa Rica Tuna Fishing | Fishing | Scoop.it
The National Federation of the Fisheries Sector (FENAPES) and the Costa Rican Fisheries Federation (FECOP), launched a campaign to collect signatures to back a proposal to regulate tuna fishing with…

Via Kathy Dowsett
Cole Larson's insight:

I like how they are trying to help regulate fishing in Costa Rica to help keep more fish breeding in the water of this great fishing hot spot. They are using nets to block off parts of tuna breeding grounds so fishermen don't fish in those regions of water.

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kayla ryun's curator insight, September 27, 2013 9:42 AM

I think that fisher men shouldn't fish as much as they do. So they don't run low on fish (tuna). But I think that they should try fishing at other places then just costa Rica. That way Costa Rica doesn't run low on tuna. But the down side is that the tuna at other places will have to pay more for tuna, then costa rica. 

Robert Sales's comment, October 2, 2013 12:06 PM
I don't see a problem in the fishing catching. If there was it did say in the article. This fishing produces 90% of the world's tuna fish and would effect 15,000 famlies times average of 2 kids thats 60,000 people it would directly effect and if there is no problem why would you talk about taking action.
Cole Larson's comment, October 3, 2013 10:41 AM
Robert Tuna need to breed and they are being stopped from breeding so they are going to do it.
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Retiree catches notorious 'testicle-eating' fish in New Jersey lake ...

Retiree catches notorious 'testicle-eating' fish in New Jersey lake ... | Fishing | Scoop.it

"A retired bus driver caught a notorious testicle-eating fish native to the Amazon River while fishing in a New Jersey lake. Tom Boylan, 77, said he caught the 10-inch Pacu fish, which has large teeth with dulled points that ..."

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Hahahahahahaha that is very funny lol, but I don't want to go swimming there. That fish has got some wierd problems. Okay so back to reality. I think that this fish is very wierd or it just swam in and hoped he would get a lunch and he got more than he expected.

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Andrew Whitten's comment, October 2, 2013 11:53 AM
That is a big fish that the bus driver caught how long was the fish that the bus driver caught and in what lake did he caught it in.
Luis Obil's comment, October 4, 2013 11:35 PM
hahaha i just saw the pic and I agree with you Cole, I don't want to go swimming there neither. That fish is very big and it looks so hungry.
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Canada Investigates Fishing Potential of Growing Haddock Stock | Aquaculture Directory

Canada Investigates Fishing Potential of Growing Haddock Stock | Aquaculture Directory | Fishing | Scoop.it
The Centre for Fisheries Ecosystems Research at the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University will pursue research into the abundance of haddock off the south coast of the island with support from the Newfoundland and Labrador government.

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There is a lot of Haddock a fish in Canada so Canada is trying to see why they're are so many of them by tracking there breeding habits.

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Hannah Van Gorp's curator insight, September 25, 2013 11:14 AM

The Haddock fish population suddenly grows and Canada wants to know how and why. And want to know the fishing potential.

Luis Obil's comment, October 4, 2013 11:26 PM
I think the haddock it's so popular in canada like you say Cole because there are so many and I think the reason is that they learned how to survive in cold waters and learned how to increase their reproduction.
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Urban fish masculinized by hormone-mimicking chemicals - Phys.Org

Urban fish masculinized by hormone-mimicking chemicals - Phys.Org | Fishing | Scoop.it
Urban fish masculinized by hormone-mimicking chemicals
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Endocrine disrupting chemicals are known to cause physiological and behavioral abnormalities in fish. Credit: Susanne M. Brander.
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Taking fish and making them more appealing to female fish by putting hormones in a fishes body so the females will be attracted easier to the male. I think it will be okay, but I will stay skeptical on the subject.

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Mary's Monday Metazoan: One ugly fish – Pharyngula - ScienceBlogs

Mary's Monday Metazoan: One ugly fish – Pharyngula - ScienceBlogs | Fishing | Scoop.it
Monument has another terrific design (Walter Parks no doubt is the architect) to fill an otherwise empty lot in the City. Its encouraging to see the growth of the City move uptown. new york jets jersey ...
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Well I thought it was stray coral nevermind a fish. Well I don't see it at all. Hopefully it does not grow an over take harbors. Well its a wierd old old fish from what scientists say is the funky fish.

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Scientists discover 419-million-year-old fish fossil that shows roots of ...

Scientists discover 419-million-year-old fish fossil that shows roots of ... | Fishing | Scoop.it
Scientists discover 419-million-year-old fish fossil that shows roots of modern jaw. By The Christian Science Monitor Thursday, September 26, 2013 7:46 EDT. E. primordialis. Topics: Academy of Sciences ♢ fossil ♢ Institute of Vertebrate ...
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Very interesting. It looks like a big shark mixes with a trout. I like the colors, but what does he fossil look like I have found a good pic so if you have seen anyother ones please send me a message. I like how it looks to the shark trout look is very cool.

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