Archive for May, 2016

Sea Anglers assist Scientists to tag Bass

Sea Anglers assist Scientists to tag Bass

Between March and October, large shoals of Bass visit the inshore waters and estuaries of the Essex & Suffolk Coast. The species have declined markedly in recent years, through a combination of high levels of fishing and consecutive years of poor survival of juvenile fish, thought to be due to low winter water temperatures. As […]

Continue Reading

High catch-and-release rates

High catch-and-release rates

While catch-and-release (C&R) is a well-known practice in several European freshwater recreational fisheries, studies on the magnitude and impact of this practice in European marine recreational fisheries are limited. To provide an overview of the practice and magnitude of C&R among marine recreational anglers in Europe, the existing knowledge of C&R and its potential associated […]

Continue Reading