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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.
Three person performance kayak is Sea Eagle's longest ever, and starts at just $1149 Port Jefferson, NY (PRWEB) January 6, 2011 Sea Eagle Boats, Inc. has announced the release of its largest kayak yet: the new high performance FastTrack 465ft.
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On Friday, environmental activists from the Sea Shepherd Society said they had "liberated" about 800 bluefin tuna that were caught by poachers and being towed by two fishing vessels off the coast of Libya.
A band of 91 nations around the globe agreed to sign a United Nations treaty that will prevent sea vessels involved in the illegal fishing trade from entering their ports.
Four survivors from a fishing boat lost in the northern Pacific were found Wednesday but three crew mates died and four were missing, the U.S. Coast Guard said.
Fishery experts say warmer waters are driving valuable stocks of Alaskan pollack further up the Bering Sea toward the nets of Russian fishing boats. Currently, more than 2 billion pounds of pollack are caught by U.S.
Text of report by Edwin Agola entitled "Magufuli hikes foreign trawler fees" published by Tanzanian newspaper The Guardian website on 20 September The government has increased fishing license fees for foreign vessels.
Text of report in English by Indonesian government-owned news agency Antara website [Unattributed report: "IMW protests illegal fishing in Indonesian waters"] Some 50 members from Indonesian Maritime Watch (IMW) staged a rally in front of the National Police Headquarters in South Jakarta on Monday [15 Sep 08] to protest against illegal fishing in Indonesian waters.
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