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Posted on Jan 30, 2012 in Next Cast
Sport Fishing Mag
NOAA has announced a new statistical process that jumpstarts a long-awaited update of how recreational catches are counted. That means, NOAA is looking differently at the numbers collected from various surveys to tell us — for instance — how many red snapper were caught by Gulf of Mexico anglers last year. Calling that revised calculation method a more accurate gauge of angling success, NOAA published side-by-side comparisons of catch rates going back to 2004, tallied under the old and new methods. Some of the numbers go up, some go down, and some stay about the same. Read More
Posted on Jan 11, 2012 in Next Cast
Sport Fishing Mag
I have to admit — for whatever reason — this did not make my radar screen last year when I visited the Miami International Boat Show in February: Discover Boating Resource Center’s free, hands-on learning clinics. But in press materials for the upcoming 2012 Miami event next month (Feb. 16-20), I see that show-goers can again attend these hour-long sessions, which include: Read More