Tippets: Worth Reading Twice, Bluefin Tuna Decline, Tips for Safe Handling

  • Some books stay with us, and over the course of years and miles we revisit them again and again. And some, “are even more profound and interesting the second (or third… or fourth) time around,” writes Kirk Deeter on Field & Stream.
  • After decades of overfishing, a recent population estimate reveals approximately only 3.6 percent of Pacific bluefin tuna remain. Management reforms are urgently needed, writes Matt Rigney on The Huffington Post, before the bluefin is relegated “to the legions of the extinct.”
  • From the obvious barbless hooks to the lesser known magic of Coca-Cola, Louis Cahill writes about fourteen ways to prevent fish mortality, via Gink & Gasoline.

 

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