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Tippets: EPA Reaches Deal with Pebble Partnership, National Monuments Under Review, Seafood Watch Downgrades Wild Steelhead
The fight to protect Bristol Bay is more important than ever, as it has been announced that the Environmental Protection Agency has settled a lawsuit with the Pebble Limited Partnership, enabling the company to move forward and apply for a … more →
The American Fly Fishing Trade Association has released a statement on the decision by Seafood Watch to list wild steelhead as a “good alternative” menu item. “We are concerned this draft is not based on the best available science,” writes … more →
Take a trip to the largest international seafood exposition in North America. Read more →The post Photo Tour: Seafood Expo In Boston appeared first on On The Water.
Nutritionists, doctors, and other health experts all agree that seafood can form an integral part of any balanced diet. Fresh fish in particular is both delicious to eat and highly beneficial to our well-being. In addition to a broad range of essential vitamins and minerals, many fish also contain high levels of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty […]
Enjoy eating seafood? Sweet! Recommendations of some of the best fish recipe cookbooks. Love cooking fish, or want to learn how to make some great tasting fish dishes, a recipe book will be inspiring.
Keeping your fish as fresh as possible. Selecting seafood from the supermarket, grocery store, and getting to know the fishmonger. Preserving it to have a better tasting and healthy meal.
Fisherman’s Wharf Tour October 4th: Guided tour of Fisherman’s Wharf at the Lobster House Restaurant. Learn how your seafood gets from the sea to your table and discover how Cape May has become the third largest commercial fishing port on the East Coast. Offered Sat., Oct. 4 at 11 a.m. $10 adults, $7 children (ages […]The post Fisherman’s Wharf Tour appeared first on JerseyCatch.com.
Earlier this year a friend of mine working as a guide was out with clients fishing for cod. The client was fighting a good-sized cod and as it neared the boat an enormous dark shape appeared just unde... ...-day drive.There are no shops on the north side of Söröya so all food needs to be brought from Hammerfest. The fishing is nothing short of spectacular though, so mostly we eat fresh halibut, cod, and seafood and sometimes we eat smoked seal provided by Einar, the camp owner. But I got to tell you, that seal tastes like something not meant for eating…In Söröya I fish in areas that are around 130 feet deep... ... know that given enough time I will get a shot at one of those true monsters and that is what keeps me fishing for them.Contact information: E-mail email@example.com or FB: Joel Kayakangler
While fly clubs focus recruitment to replace their declining ranks, and the Membership Chair attempts to lure any demographic other than aging Boomers, their issues may mirror an overall decline in anglers as a byproduct of the US population becoming “fish averse” and “chicken centric.” Declining sales of seafood reflect a population leery of fish […]
Brits still not keen on eating fishDespite the myriad of known benefits in the consumption offish; such as contributing to a healthy heart and aiding against cancer andarthritis, a report compiled by top seafood restaurant chains indicates thatmost Britons are still avoidant of fish. In the report, discussed o... ... look of the whole fish with the eyes on the platefreaked them out as a child. Maybe the texture of seafood reminds them ofsomething unpleasant”. Fish Fingers however remain a UK staple according to the survey.You can read the article here:http://www.fishupdate.com/news/fullstory.php/aid/20540