Coastal Collecting Log: Staying out of troubleIt’s easy to forget, when you’re out on the water with nets, buckets and aerators that the laws regulating the take of food and game fish apply to you just as they apply to an angler with a rod and reel.…
Coastal Collecting Log: Skimming off the topFor an avid fish collector with a young child and no boat, life can sometimes be frustrating. I am limited to a small number of access points like public beaches and fishing piers, and once I’m there, getting to where the real treasures are can be...
Coastal Collecting Log: The Leopard Sea RobinA few weeks ago, while diving on the Route 70 Bridge in Morehead City, NC, a couple of small sea robins caught my eye. I’ve always loved this family (Triglidae) for their enormous, and often brightly-colored pectoral fins as well as their unique behavior of crawling...
Reef Threads Podcast #254
It’s time for a new Reef Threads podcast. This week we’re joined by Ret Talbot to talk about the tremendous and exciting progress that is being made with the Philippines fisheries. Collecting in the Philippines has long been a sore spot for this hobby. But it’s all changing for the better through the efforts of a new under secretary. Download the podcast here, or subscribe to our podcasts at iTunes. Also, follow us on Twitter at reefthreads.—Gary and Christine
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