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This article compares male and female anglers' motivations and ethics for recreational fishing. Results are derived from a 2000–2001 survey of Minnesota anglers. Men reported higher involvement in fishing than women did. Women rated motivations related to catching fish for food higher than men...
This study compared the activity involvement of hand fishers (lower status) with trout anglers (higher status) in Missouri. Hand fishing is deeply ingrained in the culture of many mid-western and southern states. The object is to catch fish without modern equipment. A small number of rural...
This study sought to understand the demographic and commitment variables that predict participation by recreational fishers in public consultation programs, and investigated differences in opinions and beliefs between participants and non-participants. In a survey of recreational fishers in...
Instream flow affects biophysical habitat for aquatic species and “angler habitat” or “fishability.” Previous work speculates about flows that provide fishability, but without detailed information or analyses. This article presents anglers' normative flow evaluations for fishability on segments...
Few studies have investigated the wildlife-related experience of urban African-American and Latino adolescents. Using a grounded theory research approach, we identified four general conditions (i.e., demographic characteristics, socialization, place of residence, wildlife encounters) that were...
We examined correlates of nonsubstantive survey responses (i.e., NSR, unsure) to a voting intention question for a proposed moose (Alces alces) hunt. We compared respondents who gave unsure responses (15% of sample) against those who would vote for (51%) or against (34%) the hunt using...
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