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Fishing News October 2006

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TUESDAY, 31 OCTOBER 2006
37 Fishes Banned Due to VHS Virus
  37 Fishes Banned Due to VHS Virus Great Lakes, Ohio – A virus is threatening the fishing industry of Ohio as 37 fishes are included on the banned list. Among those fishes included are Rainbow Trout and Steelhead. The virus, Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS), can kill fish, upset delicate systems but pose no problem to people eating the fish. The ban is causing a major impact on Ohio since people all over the world com
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MONDAY, 30 OCTOBER 2006
Carribean’s Best Fishing Found in Bahamas
  Carribean’s Best Fishing Found in Bahamas Treasure Cay, Abaco, Bahamas - Featuring some of the hemisphere's best angling waters, the waters surrounding the picturesque Bahama Beach Club Resort in Treasure Cay, Abaco are a sport fisherman's paradise. Fishing along the coast is offered in a variety of forms – surf and pier fishing, fly fishing, inshore and offshore charter fishing – with the fishing season lasting throughout the year
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FRIDAY, 27 OCTOBER 2006
Parliament Approves New Fisheries Rules
  Parliament Approves New Fisheries Rules ISLE OF MAN – The Parliament of the Isle of Man, Tynwald, approved new fishing rules regarding the island’s scallop and queenie fisheries. Starting November 1, any vessel wishing to fish for scallops or queenies within three miles of the island will be required to install and operate approved satellite transponder equipment. Likewise, all vessels operating in the fishery will also have to
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THURSDAY, 26 OCTOBER 2006
Catching Coho Salmon from Willamette Falls Allowed
  Catching Coho Salmon from Willamette Falls Allowed CLACKAMAS – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife have approved the fishing-rule that allows Coho Salmon to be catched from Willamette Falls on the main river and some major tributaries. The rules are as follows: Both hatchery fin-clipped and unclipped coho can be kept. Limit would be two adult salmon or steelhead and five jack salmon a day. In all cases, closed areas near dams, f
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WEDNESDAY, 25 OCTOBER 2006
Fishermen Receive Probation Due to Illegal Fishing
  Fishermen Receive Probation Due to Illegal Fishing Three fishermen were recently sentenced to probation and were ordered to pay around $18,000 after they have pleaded guilty in illegally catching shovelnose sturgeon, paddlefish meat and eggs. Byron Mann, John Mann and Charles Wallace were sentenced to three years of probation last September 27. The Manns were ordered to pay out $17, 074 in restitution and Wallace $1,347. According to a
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