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ABSTRACT The method of collation of angling results at Ffestiniog fishery is described. Rod averages calculated from returns are always higher than those assessed by the fishery bailiff. Two studies indicated that, although there is no reason to question the veracity of returns, those received...
ABSTRACT An explanation of the need for orientation of the fisheries service in Anglia around work now well in progress to establish and monitor the status of fisheries in the region is given. The changing pressures upon fisheries are discussed and a scheme for linking all aspects of the Anglian...
ABSTRACT During the last 100 years in Hungary there have been several attempts to acclimatize exotic fish species. Some of these species now play an important role in the fishery utilization of natural water bodies and the farming of species such as Salmo gairdneri Richardson, Ctenopharyngodon...
ABSTRACT A simplified Seaburg sampler was used to obtain stomach contents from anaesthetized pike. Well‐digested remains of fish prey were identified from pharyngeal bones (Cyprinidae) or the skeletal structure of the caudal region, by comparison with type material collected from fresh fish. The...
Book reviews in this article: Fish Farming in Europe. By JOHN CORRIE. Predator‐Prey Systems in Fisheries Management. Ed. by HENRY CLEPPER. British Freshwater Fishes. By LEN CACUTT. Salmon: The World's Most Harassed Fish. By ANTHONY NETBOY. Muriel Foster's Fishing Diary. By M. FOSTER. Scotland's...
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