Blog posts about fisheries conservation and or policies issues, programs and or initiatives
Originally Posted by O sea D
I know you guys are mainly saltwater anglers, BUT, have you heard about the new green cemetery in N. Balto. County? Grave Run goes thru this 66 A piece and then empties into Prettyboy Reservoir? I hear the new Law they passed eff. March 2nd will let the owner bury up to 100 bodies per acre, so that is like 6600 possible dead gov't was letting them do this. P'Boy is already monitored for e. Coli. If bodies buried next to a trout stream that empties into P'Boy which is home to thousands of bass
Originally Posted by captrichie
1) Learn how to Get Out First: Cut your engines, tighten up your lines, reel those in that are not hooked.
Then tighten up and drift over - that is back in the direction you came from. Give the lines still caught pull, but also enough time and slack and most will drop off the net, or pull off the net with a little encouragement. Rarely is the barb had time in engorge the twine itself. If your traveling WITH thee tide, it's the same , except that you hold it in reverse to steady your position
A little fish got a big boost last Wednesday when the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission voted 14-3 to cut the allowable catch of menhaden by 37 percent. For those of us up the East Coast that is good news.
The menhaden is a little critter that has been called the most important fish in the sea. Why? Because bigger fish--bluefish, weakfish, striped bass, tuna, whales-- eat them and so do sea birds such as osprey They are a rich source of omega 3 oil and processed are used for
Originally Posted by jig-a-byte
What time are you going from and 'til?
what time where
Does anyone know what the plan is for the newly established oyster sanctuaries across the State?
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