Electrical stunning may change the way we harvest fish
We are educating consumers that Pure One[TM] is proven to replace fish oil, dose for dose, for the heart and brain, eliminating the need for the world to harvest fish
for oil," said Dr Scott Doughman, the formulating scientist and President of Source-Omega, the maker of Pure One[TM].
Yesterday, the firm admitted a series of health and safety breaches on board the vessel Conquest, which was used to harvest fish
from salmon cages.
In light of growing concerns regarding certain species of salmon (particularly coho) and an emphasis on managing to the weakest run in mixed-stock fisheries, attention is returning to types of fishing gear that were able to harvest fish
in the millions without apparent ecological damage.
Various scientific studies have shown that trawling is quite a damaging way to harvest fish
, but my take on it is that it's really a logical manifestation of the way we manage our fisheries.
At Budj Bim thousands of years ago the Gunditjmara people built a highly sophisticated system of weirs, channels, water races and fish traps so they could grow and harvest fish
, particularly eels', Senator Campbell said.
Every Marine Harvest fish
that dies is autopsied, and the caretakers of the cages attend annual seminars to teach them early signs of disease.
They own neither the fish nor the fishery but just the right to harvest fish
, and the government can take this away at any time.
The treaty agreement guarantees the right of Nisga'a citizens to harvest fish
for personal use, as well as their involvement in commercial harvesting and sale of fish.
While catch-and-release fishing is important, anglers should be aware that it's okay to harvest fish
For catch-and-release purists, the two-fish limit might be offensive, but you can harvest fish
and not damage the resource, and the fishing is phenomenal.