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Where can aquaculture companies fish for more leaders? Promoted

They say there’s plenty of fish in the sea, but these days, there’s plenty more fish in the aquaculture farm. Here's what you need to know about this burgeoning business.
Promoted Content by Dave Gordon

Healthy forests make for better fishing

Sudbury - New research points to important linkages between healthy forests in boreal ecosystems and the viability of fish stocks in those freshwater lakes. The study was carried out at Daisy Lake, in Sudbury, Ontario.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Tiger allegedly attacked Indian fishermen and carried off father

Kolkata - An Indian family was allegedly attacked by a tiger who carried off the elderly father. Tiger attacks are becoming somewhat common in India according to local and worldwide news.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 4 comments

Video: Terrifying Siberian tiger incident has happy ending

Some local fishermen in China were just minding their own business when a Siberian tiger attempted to board their boat. This incident has some interesting implications for the biosphere of China.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

Review: McKellar's Newfoundland comedy may charm, but never seduces Special

Feel-good comedies like “The Grand Seduction” remind me of “nice guys” who try to attract women with flowers and nonstop compliments. Sure, he's harmless, he may even be sincere, but where's the edge? What makes him different from the others?
Digital Journal Report by Jeff Cottrill

Norwegian fisherman lands dildo-eating cod

Oslo - An unexpectedly sexy catch ended up in the net of a Norwegian fisherman, who said Friday he had landed a cod with a dildo in its stomach.
In the Media by AFP - 4 comments

EU slaps seafood trade ban on Belize, Cambodia, Guinea

Brussels - In its toughest move yet to eradicate illegal fishing, the European Union on Monday blacklisted Belize, Cambodia and Guinea, effectively banning their products from the world's most valuable seafood market.The move to target the three "as countries act...
In the Media by AFP

EU mackerel deal with Norway and Faroes angers Iceland

K - The European Union has reached an agreement over controversial mackerel quotas with Norway and the Faroe Islands, prompting an angry reaction from Iceland on Thursday.The deal, agreed in London on Wednesday -- a week after negotiations with Iceland bro...
In the Media by AFP

Japan to halve tuna catch in Northern Pacific

Tokyo - Japan plans to slash by half the amount of juvenile bluefin tuna taken from the Northern Pacific starting in 2015, compared to the 2002-2004 average, reports said Sunday.The Fisheries Agency has decided to increase protection for bluefin tuna amid inte...
In the Media by AFP

EU, Iceland and Nordic mackerel quota talks break down

K - Negotiations over mackerel fishing quotas have fallen apart, Iceland said Thursday, extending a dispute dubbed "the mackerel war" that has been a thorny issue in the country's EU membership bid.The European Union, Iceland, the Faroe Islands and Norway ...
In the Media by AFP

Australia rescues 13 shipwrecked Iranians off Pakistan

Sydney - An Australian warship has rescued 13 Iranians shipwrecked off Pakistan on its way to the Middle East to join an international force conducting counter-terrorist and anti-piracy operations, officials said Wednesday.HMAS Darwin came across the men on Sat...
In the Media by AFP

Alaska mine could be blocked to save salmon fisheries

Washington - US environmental authorities made a rare move Friday to block a massive copper and gold mine in Alaska before it even gets under way, in a bid to protect wild salmon.The Pebble Mine project has the potential to be one of the biggest open pit copper min...
In the Media by AFP

Catch a fish, win a car at Estonian festival

- Saturday was ice fisher Meelis Parnamae's lucky day when his catch won him a car worth 15,000 euros ($20,000) at Estonia's annual Gold Fish Festival.Parnamae was among more than 4,000 people who headed to frozen Lake Viljandi in southern Estonia anglin...
In the Media by AFP

WTO sets up panel to rule on Mexico-US tuna label feud

Geneva - The WTO on Thursday set up a panel in a renewed attempt to settle a dispute over US "dolphin friendly" labels which allegedly hit imports of Mexican-caught tuna, trade sources said.
In the Media by AFP - 2 comments

Antarctic Marine Reserve proposal rejected by China, Russia

Covering 1.9 million sq. mi., the Ross Sea is one of the most species-rich marine environments in the world. The Ross Sea and East Antarctic, part of the Southern Ocean, are in danger of over-fishing and in need of the world's protection.
In the Media by Karen Graham

Review: 'Duck Dynasty — Battle of the Beards' don't make you a 'redneck'

If being “redneck” is simple, the development of the app for the iPhone and iPad, Duck Dynasty: Battle of the Beards, is quite the antithesis.
In the Media by W. Mark Dendy

EU moves to curtail overfishing

The European Parliament has agreed to fund a project that aims to curtail overfishing. At the same time the body rejected a proposal designed to fund the construction of new fishing boats.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Mangroves and locals threatened by El Salvador tourism aid plans Special

Communities and mangroves are under threat from plans to develop the east coast of El Salvador, according to local groups and environmentalists.
Digital Journal Report by Lara Whyte - 3 comments

Photo Essay: Tybee Island one of five 'hidden gems' for vacation Special

Tybee Island - Travel Media Group has named Tybee Island as one of "its top 5 favorite vacation destinations for summer 2013." Find out why these travel experts are right when they say Tybee Island is among the "hidden gems" of vacation spots.
Digital Journal Report by Kay Mathews - 7 comments

German fisherman lands gigantic halibut off Norwegian coast

A German fisherman had a whopper of a true tale to tell recently after he pulled a gigantic fish out of the Barents Sea, off the Norwegian coast.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 9 comments

Snake charmer tribal youths fish for a better living in India Special

Chennai - They used to be snake charmers, until the government made it illegal. However, instead of crying over a lost livelihood, youths of the primitive tribe Irular in southern India are turning entrepreneurs, catching and breeding clams and .fish
Digital Journal Report by Stella Paul - 1 comment

Japanese fishing port receives gold from anonymous benefactor

A small Japanese fishing port, devastated by the 2011 tsunami, has been receiving gold bars from an anonymous benefactor.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Video: Man loses 'secret' fishing spots to jilted ex-GF

In the case of a breakup, a jilted woman ended up going online and auctioned off the coordinates to her ex-boyfriend's secret fishing spot. It became a popular auction which got her $3,000.
In the Media by Can Tran - 1 comment

Photo Essay: Tybee Island, where summer lasts all year long Special

Tybee Island - It's early December and there are sunny skies over, and temperatures in the seventies on, the beautiful coastal Georgia town of Tybee Island.
Digital Journal Report by Kay Mathews - 9 comments

Saving the western and central Pacific Ocean bigeye tuna

Scientists at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, have suggested their research may have found a way forward to help the ill-fated bigeye tuna.
In the Media by Richard Smith - 2 comments

Constitutional amendment protecting 'right to hunt' proposed

Frankfort - Who becomes President and which party controls Congress are not the only questions that will be answered Tuesday, in fact, there are many state and local initiatives on ballots, including an initiative in Kentucky making hunting a constitutional right.
In the Media by Greta McClain

Monster 1000-lb Sturgeon caught in British Columbia river: Video

For the second time this year, a massive Sturgeon has been caught and released from BC's Fraser River weighing in at over one-thousand pounds.
In the Media by Darren Weir - 10 comments

Winner of Canada's Handyman Challenge debuts alluring new venture

Winner of HGTV’s Canada’s Handyman Challenge, Mark Falvai this week formally debuted his latest business venture. With a new website, Facebook page, and Twitter handle, Allure Tackle was officially reeled into prime time.
In the Media by C. Schroeder

Op-Ed: Summer heat sends Baker City residents swimming Special

Baker City - With hot temperatures on the rise in Baker City, Oregon, I see local residents jumping into the Powder River with rubber inner tubes, dogs, friends or relatives to find some cool relief.
Digital Journal Report by Scott Ungerecht - 2 comments

Inside the Outdoor World at the Original Bass Pro Shops Store Special

Springfield - More than 112 million people will visit America's most popular outdoor store this year, and a look inside the original store shows you why Bass Pro Shops are so popular.
Digital Journal Report by Kay Mathews - 4 comments
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Peñuelas Lake used to be a very popular fishing place for residents of the Valparaiso region. Most of the water is gone, the fish have nearly disappeared.
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Some people thought they were getting this fish when they were eating Tilapia.
An aquaculture fish farm
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An aquaculture fish farm
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Fishing Under Ice
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Dr. Dennis Apeti, Mussel Watch scientist, brings up a trawl full of oysters for testing
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Two friends fishing in a small boat on a river
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Fisherwoman on Tybee Island  Ga.
Fisherwoman on Tybee Island, Ga.
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Green Bay NS
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