July 31, 2005

Fish care always a priority at BASS

BASS Conservation provides tips for recreational anglers

PITTSBURGH - BASS Conservation today reminded a room full of reporters at the 35th annual CITGO Bassmaster Classic that conservation should always be a top priority and work is continuing to promote awareness and education on the topic.

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Posted by DODGE at 05:17 PM

February 18, 2005

DFG Clarifies Culling Rules: Better Option is to Catch and Release Before Limit

Responding to inquiries from recreational anglers, the California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is clarifying its 2005 Freshwater Fishing Regulations concerning the practice of °»culling,°… or replacing, fish.

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Posted by DODGE at 07:49 PM

May 25, 2004

Virginia forms panel on snakeheads

°°Snakehead fish are one of the biggest fears for the native species in Angro America. Last week, 4 of them are caught near Potomac river, and now the state shows its will to form panel on the fish. See more info at below.

+Virginia forms panel on snakeheads

Posted by DODGE at 11:38 AM

May 24, 2004

angler caught snakehead during tournament

Since an angler's caught a snakehead fish in Little Hunting Creek, a tributary of the Potomac River, near Mt. Vernon on Friday, May 7, 2004, this fish has been seen and caught a few times. And this time, a tournament angler caught it during a tourney. See more info at below.

+Snakehead Fish Found in Virginia Waters
+Tournament Fisherman Turns in Fourth Snakehead

Posted by DODGE at 11:23 AM

May 20, 2004

A man arrested on suspicion of importing snakefish

°°LOS ANGELES (AFP) - A Korean merchant working in northwest Los Angeles was arrested on suspicion of importing a fish that can "walk" on land and devour native species.

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Posted by DODGE at 11:41 AM

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