- [Nick Gaydos]
Step Ashore - Your Southwestern Ontario Boaters’ Planning Guide
- Nick Gaydos [ 5/16/2006 - 15:08 ] #
Step Ashore is a unique boaters planning guide to Southwestern Ontario Canada.
The 2006 edition of this guide was produced this past spring and is now available free of charge at participating marinas, yacht clubs and boating related businesses in Southern Ontario, Canada, and Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania, USA.
Current Management System is Bad for Fish, Fishermen and Taxpayers
- Nick Gaydos [ 5/21/2003 - 10:04 ] #
In the report released Wednesday, Horrors of the Deep: Chilling Tales of Denial, Conflict of Interest and Mismanagement of America’s Ocean Resources, the Mid-Atlantic Council is highlighted for its decision to turn its back on recreational fishermen and bluefish recovery.
"When recreational fishermen – hoping to help rebuild the devastated bluefish population more quickly – volunteered to release 70 percent of their catch, the Mid Atlantic Council was presented with a golden opportunity to promote stewardship and support a plan that would speed up bluefish recovery."
"Instead, the council chose to punish, rather than reward recreational fishermen’s good faith efforts to rebuild bluefish, and transferred unused recreational bluefish quota to dramatically increase the annual quota for the commercial fishery."
[more at conservefish.org]
H2ONotes' publisher interviewed
- Nick Gaydos [ 4/1/2003 - 19:32 ] #
H2ONotes' Tor Hough was interviewed by WJR's Tom Campbell Tuesday evening. Exciting stuff!
Here's the mp3 if you would like to listen [4MB].
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