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    Fishing

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    Fishing COMMERCIAL FISHING Commercial fishing is a worldwide enterprise that involves the capture of marine and freshwater fish and shellfish and their preparation for market. Fishing equipment ranges from small boats whose nets are cast and hauled in by hand to factory ships equipped with the most advanced technologies for finding, harvesting, and preparing huge amounts of fish. These large catches are very costly, however, not only in the price of their equipment and fuel, but also in the depletion

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    Alaskan Fishing

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    Answer: Fishing in the Atlantic has had massive problems whereas fishing in Alaska is doing very well. This is due to many factors that led to sustainable fishing. Practices such as, strong commercial fishing industry support for conservation minded rules. Also, the Alaskan people strong support conservation measures. After Alaska became a state, it amended its constitution to allow direct Alaskan control over commercial fishing. This led to strong Alaskan government regulations, large habitat conservation

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    The Joys of Fishing

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    Fishing is an activity I have enjoyed doing ever since I was a little kid. In fact, one of my first fishing voyages was with my grandpa when I was about eight years old. He was an avid fisherman who went fishing almost every day and knew everything there was to know about fishing. Grandpa got me hooked on fishing. After Grandpa died, my dad picked up where Grandpa left off. We had a pontoon, and Dad took my brothers and me fishing whenever we had the chance. To this day, I still love fishing

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    Fishing Trip It was a crisp Spring Saturday afternoon in Pictured Rocks, Munising Michigan. The trees were budding, the birds were chirping. We arrive at camp, unload the quad from the truck. We put our gear into the log cabin right in the middle of nowhere. Cj, a wild, funny kid my age, and I, a adventurous, 14 year old kid, had to build a fire in the wood stove to warm the bitter cold cabin. Meanwhile our dads go for a walk around the cabin to check for animal or human invasions. Chris, a ambitious

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    Fishing for Trouble

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    that changed his life forever. It was a long line fishing rig hung with hundreds of dead sharks on a single fishing line that Stewart explained had the potential to reach from Earth to space. This fishing line is known by conservationists as a “curtain of death” (Kielburger). Overfishing is the fishing of a species at levels too high for the species to reproduce. This can greatly reduce fish population and drive species toward extinction. Fishing has provided the world with food and jobs that have

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    that believe fishing is just about casting and reeling in, however it is much more than that. There are many regulations and laws that must be followed. This issue occurs in many parts of the world but the focus here is the Long Island area. Fishing can be a great form of entertainment to people but a very deadly source to the environment. Marine life is greatly affected by people who overfish and people who do not take all if not most regulations. There are many rules to sports and fishing is a sport

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    Gone Fishing

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    Gone Fishing It must have been 4 feet long and must have weighed at least 30 lbs.  It was one of the slimiest ones we ever caught.  The tentacles were almost a foot long and the scales where the size of quarters.@  AYeah right, we believe you, (Paste your name here).@   While my peers were playing video games or hide-and-go-seek, (a friends name) and I were out ether exploring the unknown, or sleeping from staying out all night.  None of the students in my sixth grade class Ashow and tell@

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    Introduction Fishing is an activity where people go out and catch fish in dams, lakes, rivers, off the beach or out in the deep ocean. It is done by many people young and old, big or small and is enjoyed by all. There are many types of fishing out there such as angling, trapping, netting, spearing and as well as hand line fishing. All these types can be done recreationally for sport or pleasure or commercial purposes for a profit (Anonymous. 2010). When people fish recreationally some also do

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    are over fishing and using harmful strategies including net fishing witch causes fishery declines. Bycatch and net fishing is very dangerous because everytime a net stays in the water more fish and turtles are dying.Fish and turtles get trapped in nets and slowly die in horrible ways. Fish and turtles panic, can endure terrible wounds, and broken bones as they try to escape. When they can’t struggle any more, they give up and die. Others carry gear with them for months to years as

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    Winter Fishing Essay

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    In this research paper I will be discussing the difference between summer and winter fishing. I will compare the two seasons with each other, and also try to establish if there are more factors that influence the fish than just hot and cold water. Richardson (Richardson, 2014) wrote “Water temperature affects survival because it is directly related to the physiological limits of fish, and also influencing predator risk and food availability.” Introduction In my family there is always a discussion

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