Friday, April 28, 2017

Science Daily: Catch and Release

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/09/070927164432.htm Going Fishing? Catch-And-Release In Less Than Four Minutes, Please ScienceDaily (Sep. 27, 2007) — Recreational fishing that involves catch-and-release may seem like just good fun, and that released fish go on to live happily ever...

Texas Wildlife on Catch and Release

Catch and Release Fishing http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/fishboat/fish/recreational/catchrelease/ General Guidelines Not every fish is a "keeper." You may catch a fish that's under legal size or too big to fit in your cooler. You may land a magnificent trophy and...

Catch-and-release fish handling (SP Times)

http://www.sptimes.com/2007/02/02/Gulfandbay/Catch_and_release_fis.shtml By NEIL TAYLOR Published February 2, 2007 Getting things started Every angler should have a plan of action for releasing fish. Keep these things in mind if you have no interest in keeping a fish or if,...

Catch and Release Catches On

By Bob Wattendorf MyFWC.com Most anglers just want to catch the opportunity to relax outdoors. Numerous studies have shown that catching fish to eat or catching a trophy fish is not the motivation behind most recreational...

Speckled Trout Handling Tips

    By Neil Taylor, guide with Strike Three Kayak Fishing and Captain Mel Berman They are great light tackle “catch-and-release” fun but they are unfortunately one of the most delicate species of fish that we encounter...

The Fish Are Our Partners- Please Handle With Care

By Captain Mel Berman One thing is certain - most of today’s Florida fishing community has bought into catch and release. And articulate conservation minded experts like Tampa Bay guide Neil Taylor has championed that...

Speckled Trout Handling Tips

By Neil Taylor, www.capmel.com and www.strikethreekayakfishing.com Trout are great light tackle “catch-and-release” fun but they are unfortunately one of the most delicate species of fish that we encounter in the Tampa Bay area. Implementing some of the...

The Fish Are Our Partners- Please Handle With Care

One thing is certain - most of today’s Florida fishing community has bought into catch and release. And articulate conservation minded experts like Tampa Bay guide Neil Taylor has championed that concept. It’s his...

Holding big fish vertically — A death sentence?

We've all done it -- posing proudly for a photograph with that huge lunker held vertically by a Boga Grip. But have we ever considered what is the physical impact to that fish, and...

Helping Fish Survive Catch & Release

Each angler has their own unique style of hooking, playing, landing, and releasing fishes; some are more proficient as a result of much past experience or natural ability. Others are novices or are intimidated...