Do Your Homework, Remotely Controlled Fish Research, Shopping for a New Reel
- Be willing to go where you haven’t gone before, and when the conditions are bad, writes Mike Sepelak. Do your homework (like your mother always told you), “be willing to sacrifice a day’s catching for a day’s learning.” It pays off in the end.
- Scientists are using the new technology of a remotely controlled vehicle called the Wave Glider to research fish behavior and migration. And recent victory for researchers has come with salmon signals being picked up between Newfoundland and Quebec, an area once near impossible for tracking due to water depths.
- If you’re in the market for a new reel while on a budget, take a look at four options coming in at $100 or less.
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