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Author National Symposium on Catch and Release in Marine Recreational Fisheries (1999 : Virginia Beach, Va.)

Title Catch and release in marine recreational fisheries : proceedings of the symposium, National Symposium on Catch and Release in Marine Recreational Fisheries, held at Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA, 5-8 December 1999 / edited by Jon A. Lucy and Anne L. Studholme
Published Bethesda, Md. : American Fisheries Society, 2002


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'BOOL  799.16 Luc/Car 1999  AVAILABLE
Description xxv, 250 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
Series American Fisheries Society symposium, 0892-2284 ; 30
American Fisheries Society symposium ; 30
Contents [1] Overviews. History and application of catch-an-release fishing: the good, the bad, and the ugly -- Catch and release: a management tool for Florida -- Why does marine fisheries management now require releasing caught fish? -- A human dimensions perspective on catch-and-release fishing -- Cultural values and change: catch and release in Alaska's sport fisheries. [2] Comparative hooking effects and mortality. Hook-and-release mortality of Chinook salmon from drift mooching with circle hooks: management implications for California's ocean sport fishery -- A comparison of circle hook and straight hook performance in recreational fisheries for juvenile Atlantic bluefin tuna -- A comparison if circle hook and "J" hook performance in recreational catch-and-release fisheries for billfish -- A preliminary comparison of the relative mortality and hooking efficiency of circle and straight shank ("J") hooks used in the pelagic longline industry -- A review of the methods used to estimate, reduce, and manage bycatch mortality of Pacific halibut in the commercial longline groundfish fisheries of the northeast Pacific -- Hook location, fish size, and season as factors influencing catch-and-release mortality of striped bass caught with bait in Chesapeake Bay -- The influence of hook type, hook wound location, and other variables associated with post catch-and-release mortality in the U.S. summer flounder recreational fishery -- Evaluation of the effectiveness of circle hooks in New Jersey's recreational summer flounder fishery -- Catch-and-release mortality studies of spotted seatrout and red drum in coastal Alabama -- Short-term hook release mortality in Chesapeake Bay's recreational tautog fishery. [3] Stress effects related to catch and release. Strategies for quantifying sub-lethal effects of marine catch-and-release angling: insights from novel freshwater applications -- The physiological effects of angling on post-release survivorship in tunas, sharks and marlin -- Effects of catch and release on physiological responses and acute mortality of striped bass -- A bioenergetic evaluation of the chronic-stress hypothesis: can catch-and-release fishing constrain striped bass growth? -- Survival of reef fish after rapid depressurization: field and laboratory studies. [4] Conventional and ultrasonic tagging studies. In-water conventional tagging techniques developed by the cooperative tagging centre for large, highly migratory species -- Factors affecting robust estimates of the catch-and-release mortality using pop-off tag technology -- Survival of juvenile northern bluefin tuna following catch and release, using ultrasonic telemetry -- Intermediate-term (6 month) survival of adult tautog following catch and release, determined by ultrasonic telemetry -- A pneumatic cradle for handling and tagging of wahoo and other large pelagic fishes -- Virginia game fish tagging program: trained anglers making a contribution to fisheries research, management and conservation. [5] Angler attitudes and behavior. The discourse about catch and release in recreational fishing in Europe: implications for North America -- Understanding catch-and-release behavior among U.S. Atlantic bluefin tuna anglers -- To keep or release: understanding differences in angler behavior -- National marine fisheries service's recreational fisheries database: applications in catch-and-release behavior and angling profiling. [6] Management issues. Negative implications of large minimum size regulations on future mean size at age: an evaluation using simulated striped bass data -- The role of catch-and-release mortality estimates in the assessment of marine fish populations -- Preliminary analysis of no-take reserves on world records at Cape Canaveral, Florida -- Importance of release habitat for survival of stocked barramundi in northern Australia
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Saltwater fishing -- Congresses.
Fishery management -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Lucy, Jon.
Studholme, Anne L.
American Fisheries Society.
LC no. 2002106601
ISBN 1888569301