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Tippets: Fish Killing Parasite Detected in Montana Rivers, Expanded Wilderness Areas, Grass Carp Invade Great Lakes
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has released a map showing the parasite that led to the deaths of thousands of whitefish in the Yellowstone River is also living in portions of the Big Hole, Jefferson, Madison, East Gallatin, Boulder, Shields … more →
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Jess McGlothlin writes about the Yellowstone River fish kill and the warning of whitefish, the canary in the coal mine. “It’s small-scale in the midst of what we’re seeing in the world these days, but one of the things that … more →
Tippets: Snake River Kill, Headwaters and Climate Change, Soda Butte Cutthroat Restoration, Diversions from the Colorado
Thousands of dead whitefish have been confirmed on the South Fork of the Snake River, and biologists suspect the cause is proliferative kidney disease, the same pathogen believed to be responsible for last month’s whitefish kill in the Yellowstone River. … more →
Microscopic parasitic jellyfish have been identified as the cause of the recent kill of tens of thousands of whitefish in the Yellowstone River, and trout could be next. The whitefish showed evidence of “proliferative kidney disease—the work of a highly … more →
Tippets: Deschutes Brewery and Water Conservation, Whitefish Found Dead in Yellowstone River, BTT Fin Clip Research, Connecticut River Dams Removed
The Deschutes Brewery has partnered with the Deschutes River Conservancy to save 1 billion gallons of the river’s water each year. “The brewery leases water rights that are not being used, directing the water back into the river.” Read more … more →
While they aren’t as glamorous as trout, “Whitefish deserve respect,” writes Kris Millgate. “They’re a river’s canary in a coal mine. Sure you laugh when you catch one, but you should cry when you don’t.” Read more via Hatch Magazine. … more →
Tippets: New Threat on the South Fork, Protecting Marine Resources, Paddling Ban Lifted, Bull Trout Recovery, Catch and Kill
A new parasite is killing whitefish on the South Fork of the Snake River. Fisheries managers worry trout species could also be at risk. Read more from Paul Bruun at The Jackson Hole News & Guide. America’s marine resources are … more →
I could barely sleep the first night aboard the M/V Islander, an 80-foot long-range charter out of S... ...described with words. Also caught were a few different species of perch, a sculpin, and a few ocean whitefish. A radio call and a paddle wave was all it took to get the attention of Senior Deckhand and Skiff O... ...it of five sheephead, consisting of two large males and three medium sized females; as well as four whitefish and three large calicos. After boarding the boat, I cleaned up my kayak, removing all equipment and... ...rn trip home. I laid my head down on the pillow. Contrary to the first night, I slept like a baby.
Warning from Shetland Fishing AssociationThe Executive Officer from the Shetland Fishing Association has warned the European Commission, that its plans to cut quotas for sustainable fish such as Whiti... ...spite the quotas not coming into effect until 2015, Mr Collins explained that the fleet were trialling and reporting back on its impact so as to inform the Commission before final implementation.“Our whitefish fleet has voluntarily taken a lead on this, designing and conducting trials, the results of which we will feed back to the commission and the Scottish Government. This move by the commission to aggravate an already complex problem is a slap in the face.” Mr Collins surmised.You can read the full story here;http://www.fishupdate.com/news/fullstory.php/aid/20584