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A team of international archeologists, led by the Spanish National Research Council, has documented a series of more than 7,500-year-old fish seines and traps near Moscow.
An Australian archaeologist has discovered ancient fish bones in a cave in East Timor that contain the ancient remains of more than 38,000 fish bones from nearly 2,900 individual fish, a sign that humans may have gone deep-sea fishing as many as 42,000 years ago.
A fish’s personality may determine how it is captured. This association between personality difference and capture-technique could have significant evolutionary and ecological consequences for affected fish populations, as well as for the quality of fisheries.
Itâ€™s ideal for Senior Anglers, Anglers with Disabilities and anyone who likes to hold a drink or sandwich while fishing. East Moline, IL (PRWEB) August 18, 2011 With ten thousand Baby Boomers a day turning 65 and having more time for the joys of fishing, Rock Island Equipment Company has introduced Powerfishâ€™n, a new Hybrid Fishing Reel that gives serious anglers a unique choice -- Manual or Automatic.
MINNEAPOLIS, June 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Dobyns Rods announced it has joined the sponsor class of FLW Outdoors, the best in fishing, on and off the water.
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Feb.
Hawk leads field of Co-Anglers ROGERS, Ark., May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Mark Rose of Marion, Ark., weighed in a five-bass limit that weighed 13 pounds even during the first day of competition at the Walmart FLW Tour's Walmart Open presented by Kellogg's on Beaver Lake and ended the day with a slim 8-ounce lead.
Populations of dolphins in the Eastern Pacific were expected to increase in abundance after successful regulations and agreements were enacted to reduce dolphin deaths as a result of fishing "bycatch"
By mike cyze Recently while giving a seminar on summertime bass fishing techniques to a group of anglers, I was asked about using spinnerbaits during the summer months.
By Sue Cocking, The Miami Herald Jul. 27--TITUSVILLE -- A strange thing happened this summer in the Indian River north of Titusville. And when the word got out, lots of people sought to take advantage of it -- including me.
- Having no light.