Monday, February 22, 2010

Monday Fish Roundup


Fish and Wildlife chief dies after skiing
Washington Post
By MATTHEW DALY AP WASHINGTON -- The director of the Fish and Wildlife Service died Saturday after suffering chest pains while skiing in Colorado. ...
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Man Finds -- and Kills -- 100-Year-Old Fish
FOXNews
The fish, a sturgeon that's estimated to have been born with William Taft was president, was killed by a spear fisherman Saturday on Lake Winnebago's north ...
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Classic field finds solid action on still cold waters
ESPN
After a tough practice marred by extremely cold conditions, the sun came out and the fish started biting. James Overstreet Kevin VanDam leads after Day 1, ...
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Los Angeles Times
Fear the blobfish
Los Angeles Times
By John Kass Federal fish fighters this week are preparing further assaults on the feared Asian carp, with nets, electrified fences, poison — whatever they ...
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BBC News
Fish Tank hooks four prizes from Critics' Circle
BBC News
By Tim Masters Andrea Arnold's gritty drama Fish Tank has won four awards at the London Film Critics' Circle Awards, including British film of the year. ...
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Change rules to water farms, families not fish
San Francisco Chronicle
The judge found that the federal agencies should have considered alternatives that would still adequately protect the fish without cutting off so much of ...
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Calif. Fish and Game probes pelicans' sickness
San Francisco Chronicle
California's Department of Fish and Game says it's investigating why hundreds of brown pelicans have been found sick or dying off the coast. ...
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Illinois: Biologists Will Hunt Carp
New York Times
By AP The Illinois Department of Natural Resources and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service are set to begin rooting out Asian carp that have made it ...
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Alien fish invasion divides lake states
Independent
By David Usborne in New York ap A row has blown up between several northern US states about how to block an especially voracious species of non-native fish ...
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Judge: Pumping limits needed to protect Calif fish
San Jose Mercury News
AP FRESNO, Calif.—A federal judge in Fresno has turned down an emergency request by farmers to lift water pumping restrictions in California's delta, ...
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