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Fishing News Nov 14 – Nov 20, 2022

Fishing News 20221114-20221120: Here you can check out some international news that has something to do with fishing. Some items are very actual.

Each summer, this couple fishes in Alaska — and they bring thousands of pounds of salmon back with them to Colorado

Nov 14, 2022

(source: by Stephanie Maltarich)

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Atlantic Salmon

Consider having a freezer full of freshly caught salmon from Alaska. That may seem strange in Colorado, but this fall, many mountain residents are discovering that they can get a taste of the ocean without having to travel very far. And a couple from Fairplay is making it easier for landlocked mountain communities in Colorado to get fresh, high-quality fish.

Jaymi Bethea assisted her husband Hayden Linscheid as he backed up their trailer into a tiny parking spot in Crested Butte South’s small business district on a crisp October Sunday. On this particular day, the trailer, also known as “the salmon wagon,” is loaded with over 350 pounds of frozen salmon, just a fraction of the 6,000 pounds brought back from Alaska by the couple.

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Lizard Point rescue: Two fishermen were saved by RNLI after a boat sank off the coast of Cornwall

Nov 14, 2022

(source: by ???)

After their fishing boat sank off the coast of Cornwall, two RNLI crew members had to be rescued by their own team.

After having to abandon their rapidly sinking ship off Lizard Point, the pair were “shaken but unharmed.”

It happened shortly after noon on Saturday, November 12th, when two crew members of the vessel ‘Crig A Tana’ had to abandon the ship and board a life raft.

After firing a flare about six miles off Lizard Point, they were picked up by the Lizard Lifeboat, of which they are also crew members.

According to the RNLI, the alarm was raised at 12.33 pm to assist the Cadgwith fishing vessel, which was in distress.

“RNLB Rose proceeded to the position given by the coastguard following a prompt launch and under the command of Second Coxswain Darren Thirlaway.”

A fishing company in Bonita Springs says boat recovery is far from over as the state deadline approaches (Fishing News 20221114-20221120)

Nov 14, 2022

(source: by Colton Chavez)

BONITA SPRINGS, FLORIDA – Boat owners who were damaged or displaced by Hurricane Ian were under pressure on Monday as officials from Florida Fish and Wildlife (FWC) announced a 45-day grace period for owners to remove their damaged boat, which ended on November 15.

Since Ian, Captain Mark Garcy, owner of Cruise Fish Dive in Bonita Springs, has been working with owners to remove everything from broken down to completely underwater boats.

Ashley Wilmont competed with the US women’s fly fishing team

Nov 15, 2022

(source: by JIMMY DEROGATIS)

Ashley Wilmont’s life has always revolved around fishing. Wilmont, a member of the United States women’s fly fishing team, spoke at the Susquehanna Trout Unlimited chapter meeting at the First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday about her experiences competing for the red, white, and blue.

Her pride, passion, and commitment to the world of fishing in general — not just fly fishing — is palpable, as she, too, is a proud and long-time member of the local Trout Unlimited club’s Penn State-State College sector.

Sustainable fishing discussed in Loulé

Nov 15, 2022

(source: by ???)

“We have some expectations about the outcomes of this international meeting, particularly in terms of what it may bring to Portugal […], with a very relevant role that the discussion here will have on our outermost regions,” Maria do Céu Antunes told Lusa News Agency on the sidelines of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) meeting in Loulé, Algarve.

The meeting, which runs until November 21, is attended by 52 ‘contracting parties’ (countries and international organizations), with the goal of “achieving adequate results for sustainable management, at environmental, economic, and social levels, of the resources regulated by this Regional Fishery Management Organization, namely the large migratory species,” according to a note from the Ministry of Fisheries.

Notorious Holocaust denier arrested in Scots fishing village (Fishing News 20221114-20221120)

Nov 15, 2022

(source: by Craig Williams)

On Thursday, November 10, Vincent Reynouard was apprehended at an address in the Anstruther area of Fife on a Trade and Co-operation Agreement warrant issued in France, police confirmed to The Herald.

According to reports in France, he was working as a private tutor while using a false identity.

His arrest follows a two-year search for his whereabouts led by France’s Central Office for the Fight Against Crimes Against Humanity and Hate Crimes (OCLCH), which began after the Oradour-sur-Glane memorial, where Nazi troops killed and destroyed an entire village in June 1944, was vandalized with graffiti reading “Reynouard is right.”

Fish self-sufficiency still a gov’t priority despite import plans: BFAR

Nov 15, 2022

(source: by Job Manahan and Jervis Manahan, ABS-CBN News)

MANILA, Philippines — Despite plans to import 25,000 metric tons of fish, the Marcos administration continues to prioritize seafood self-sufficiency, according to the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR).

While the import plan is required to ensure adequate fish supply during the closed fishing season, it does not imply that the administration’s fish sufficiency plan is being ignored, according to BFAR Information and Fisherfolk Coordination Unit head Nazario Briguera.

Corporations are prohibited from fishing for three months during the closed fishing season to allow fish to repopulate.

Salmon declining as water warms

Nov 16, 2022

(source: by ???)

Warming waters and the closure of a hatchery means that salmon fishing in Otago Harbour is likely to come to an end.
Colin Williams, president of the Otago Salmon Anglers Association, announced that due to declining salmon numbers, the organization would no longer hold its annual salmon fishing competition.

The number of salmon in the harbor was already declining before the Dunedin Community Salmon Trust hatchery closed in September.

When the competition was last held in 2021, not a single salmon weighing more than the minimum weight limit was caught. The event was canceled this year due to Covid-19 concerns.

Mr. Williams stated that rising temperatures were preventing salmon from returning to the harbor.

“Wharf fishermen aren’t catching fish like they used to.”

Sullia: Aiming to make Karnataka numero uno in the fishing industry – Angara (Fishing News 20221114-20221120)

Nov 16, 2022

(source: by Daijiworld Media Network – Sullia (MS))

Sullia, November 16: S Angara, Minister of Fisheries, Ports, and Inland Water Transport, stated that state and union governments have recently increased grants to encourage fishing. According to him, the government is working on a plan to make Karnataka the best fishing state in India.

Angara spoke with the media at Kukke Subramanya. He went on to say, “Action is being taken to increase fish production, marketing, and quality.” Steps will be taken to process the fish on the boat and supply consumers with high-quality fish. The government has approved the export of fish via flight from Bengaluru. A proposal to open fish meal houses in Bengaluru has also been submitted.

Fishermen Ordered To Surrender Illegal Fishing Gears

Nov 16, 2022

(source: by Counties, Editor’s Pick, Governance, Homa-Bay)

Deputy County Commissioner Jude Wasonga of Homa Bay has warned all fishermen in possession of illegal fishing gear in Lake Victoria to hand them over immediately.

The administrator gave the fishermen a 24-hour deadline and warned them that if they did not comply, they would face consequences.

This step has been taken in an attempt to eliminate a strange and illegal fishing method known as “Abunglu,” which fishermen have been using in violation of the Fisheries Act.

Wasonga told the press after a stakeholder meeting at the Kenya Fisheries Service (KFS) office in Homa Bay Town that illegal fishermen should surrender because they are the main cause of the frequent conflicts on the beaches.

DOLE to help 35,000 employees affected by closed fishing season in Zamboanga (Fishing News 20221114-20221120)

Nov 17, 2022

(source: by Job Manahan, ABS-CBN News)

MANILA, Philippines – The labor department vowed on Thursday to assist at least 35,000 displaced workers in Zamboanga City’s fishery sector who have been affected by the closed fishing season.

The assistance will also cover employees in the hand-canning industries, as well as those working in the formal and informal sectors, according to lawyer Roy Buenafe, head of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) in Zamboanga Peninsula.

Through Project HOPE, the DOLE launched livelihood programs and emergency employment, including farming activities. There will be training sessions as well.

London anglers net bags of convictions

Nov 18, 2022

(source: by ???)

The total amount to be paid in fines by the four fishermen is 70 times that of purchasing an annual fishing license or 360 times that of purchasing a single £ 6-day fishing license.

Oprea-Mihai Sali, of Brent, London, was arrested on 8 May for fishing without a license and during the close season at Brent Reservoir.

Laurie Le Beaufay, of Coventry, West Midlands, was arrested for fishing without a license. He was also fined for failing to provide his name and address to an Environment Agency Fisheries Enforcement Officer on June 3rd at Thorney Weir Lakes.

US Vice President to discuss illegal fishing with Palaweños

Nov 18, 2022

(source: by Bernadette E. Tamayo and Francis Earl Cueto)

US Vice President Kamala Harris will meet with Palawan residents to discuss the effects of illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing on their livelihoods.

A senior US administration official said in a background briefing on Wednesday that Harris will also meet with young Filipino women to discuss “empowering women and girls.”

Harris will arrive on Sunday night following the Asia-Pacific Economic Conference (APEC) summit in Bangkok, Thailand.

On Monday, the first female US vice president will meet separately with President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and Vice President Sara Duterte.

Harris will travel to Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, on Tuesday to meet with residents, civil society leaders, and Philippine Coast Guard representatives.

Point Stuart Access Road upgrades complete (Fishing News 20221114-20221120)

Nov 18, 2022

(source: by NT Government)

Following the completion of the Point Stuart Access Road upgrades, Territory anglers now have improved access to some of the best barramundi fishing waters in the Top End.

To improve access, the $6 million project upgraded approximately 12.4km of the track to a graded road with culverts in low lying areas.

The work includes raising and widening the Swim Creek crossing and addressing safety and accessibility concerns, such as clearing vegetation for improved visibility and increased signage.

The improvements will improve access to some of the Territory’s best runoff fishing locations for barramundi, such as Love Creek, Carmor Creek, and nearby reefs, reducing demand on the boat ramp at Shady Camp.

Towing boats will now have easier access to fishing in creeks and reefs in the Chambers and Finke Bay region.

Sport fishing helped my family settle down in Canada

Nov 19, 2022

(source: by Lorie Berberian )

This is the first-person account of Lorie Berberian, a Lebanese Armenian living in Toronto.

My father is an avid fisherman. He has always been fascinated by the sport, so much so that he used to spend days fishing along Lebanon’s vast coasts, soaking in as much sun and scenery as he could. My mother, brother, and I have joined him on several of his adventures. I used to climb large rocks to watch him catch a lot of fish.

But when our family moved to Canada in 2015, fishing took a back seat. My father was working extra hours, and our family didn’t have a car. The mounting financial obligations of newcomer life in Canada weighed heavily on all of us, but especially on my father, who was constantly agitated and skeptical of the idea of relocating here. We needed to go fishing as a family again, but we were too preoccupied to make the connection.


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