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Recovery plans must prioritise small businesss
"So what's the status of re opening construction sites slowly coming back online state parks golf courses some recreational fishing areas re opening next week many small businesses still in limbo still hoping for help from the paycheck protection program round two of the government program to help small businesses got off to a pretty rough start banks had problems getting application of the small business administration computer system again this computer overload they're pretty old systems but in theory there is another three to ten billion dollars available right now the original fund of three to forty nine billion ran out in thirteen days here's a report from CBS's ed o'keefe this program was developed to help small companies and I think that's where they need to start to look at first Samantha canister runs a Pennsylvania furniture company that makes seats for mass transit trains it's been pretty much crickets it wasn't until last week the twenty second that I was able to finally get my application submitted and that was after the first round of funds was already completely gone okay national another small business owners news that organizations like the LA Lakers were approved for a loan it's tough to take the Lakers are valued at more than four billion dollars and have said they're returning the four point six million they received from the program I'm not spiteful for anybody who did receive funds stop what owns the courtyard brewery in Worland and was hoping for forty thousand dollar loan to stay afloat it kind of makes for an unfair does situation like we're
"recreational fishing" Discussed on KOMO
"Old sent me to meet she had been a metro employee since twenty seventeen her husband is also a metro operator in the two have three children meters the first metro bus driver to die during the pandemic transit into an essential service but drivers come in contact with the public and have an increased chance of contracting the virus protesters in Boston on shore demanding that restrictions on recreational fishing and shellfish harvesting interstate because of the corona virus be lifted about fifty boats along with several hundred protesters Rana shores Saturday around Columbia point marina in the tri cities area the protesters say the restriction should be lifted because anglers can practice social distancing while fishing state department official while live on March twenty fifth temporarily close recreational fishing and shellfish in harvesting and they've now extended out to may fourth but anglers say kayakers jet skis wake boarders pleasure boaters and others are on the water some governors teaming up as president Donald Trump gives states contradicting messages on the thing stay at home orders once a corona virus strep subsides but no coordinated approach between the states and federal government clusters of states that cover about half the population are working together to determine when and how to lift restrictions you're listening to come on it was because of our sunny dry weather or regions has several brush fires this past week state commissioner of public lands Hilary Franz worries what's to come what we're likely to see this kind of weather pattern continues through may June July one says you should not.
Fishermen demand a say in decisions on offshore wind energy
"America's commercial and recreational fishing industries are acutely aware of climate change and want to head off any worsening of facts but those same industries fear they could be harmed or even put out of business by one of the promising solutions the development of offshore wind energy a congressional subcommittee heard today from fishermen asking for input one crucial decisions are made including where wind energy projects will be located and whether access to the waters near them is
"recreational fishing" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"For complete details. Please visit optimataxrelief dot com. This is outdoor issues with NIA Roberts and North Dakota game and fish outreach? Biologist Greg Gullickson gray was thought to be a state record walleye. That was recently caught now has some controversy surrounding the catch. Give us the details. Well, no pun intended, it seem that something was a little bit fishy. And the game and fish department has recently completed an investigation into the sixteen pound nine ounce. I it was taken on Easter Sunday. April twenty first from the heart river and based on evidence provided the department officials have included the fish was foul hooked and therefore cannot be recognized as state record to call the state record. A fish must be harvested in accordance with the rules for recreational fishing. And again, there's a bunch of different rules and regulations in the North Dakota game and fish fishing guide. And I'm just going to go over the verbiage word for word what it says in North Dakota fishing guide, and it states that a foul hooked or snagged fish is defined as any fish or caught in an area from behind the Gill covers. To the tail any follow hooked or snagged fish must immediately returned to the water, regardless of condition possession of a follow fish is a legal and also attempting to snag fishes illegal now was earned tent stag, the fish, probably not. And this is still ongoing. So stay tuned on this one. All right. Good stuff, Greg. Hey, we'll have more on fishing, when we come back, uh sincere. Thank you to all of our friends and customers supported the speaker ranch south production sale. We really appreciate your business and investment in our genetics now offering for sale private treaty at the ranch is a nice election of April born yearling bulls that have never been offered for sale. Visit.
Texas petrochemical fire prompts hundreds to visit health clinic
"After elevated levels of benzene were detected near the scene of a massive fire at a petrochemical storage facility from Houston. Public media Gail Delattre reports a lot of people in the town of deer park, Texas thought things were close to getting back to normal after three days of watching a huge plume of smoke that was visible for miles that far erupted at a tank farm operated by intercontinental terminals company, just east of Houston. It's spread to multiple tanks that contain the components for gasoline. But after it was finally extinguished. There was another problem. The EPA is Adam Adam says agencies started picking up small levels of benzene. Do they're monitoring. We got to get dissipated. It's believed benzene escape from a damaged tank after a full blanket that was placed on top shifted. But there are still a lot of things that residents don't know like the environmental after. Effects or when the clean up will be finished company's spokeswoman Alice Richardson got motion after she was peppered with questions during a news conference. ITC cares care a lot. What? We have good stewards. Neighbors, and it's not just what's in the air. That has environmental groups worried those tanks are near the Houston ship channel which empties into Galveston bay a popular spot for commercial and recreational fishing Bob Stokes with the nonprofit Galveston bay foundation. One of the organizations that's now doing water testing. We are concerned that there's chemical by products from the fire run off of other sorts certainly components from the Napa design lean Italian lean. And now the benzine that could theoretically be in the water. So that's what we'll be looking for in a place where chemical plants and refineries pumped billions of dollars in the area. Connie there have been other recent incidents loop Metzker with the advocacy group in Barma, Texas hopes they get some attention as well. You know, that lawmakers are paying attention to what's going on and finally will act, but some teeth into the law to make sure these companies are held accountable, and we prevent these kind of accidents from happening. Local officials are telling people to consult with a health care professional if they're feeling any ill effects after going
Groups threaten to sue unless feds reassess how salmon fishing harms orcas
"Forty one. To conservation groups say that the federal government is violating the Endangered Species Act by failing to consider how salmon fishing off the west coast is affecting endangered killer whales the center for biological diversity. And the wild fish conservancy notified the Trump White House that they will sue unless officials reevaluate whether the fishing further jeopardizes orcas that frequent the inland waters off the Pacific northwest. The conservation groups note that the commercial and recreational fishing claimed more than two hundred thousand Chinook off the Pacific coast
"recreational fishing" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"That tomorrow night we have our lives fishing seminar starting at eight thirty pm tomorrow night where we're gonna be talking about lots of tips and tricks if you want to join us live on youtube reliant on facebook just simply search hubbard's marina remember if you're too busy to go fishing you just you don i want you to know something that i noticed during that excellent report that chris of glazed over a little bit like he was dreaming of being offshore the water bluewater dylan what do you think of the modern fisheries act passing the house last week i celebrate a little too hard when i heard about it was awesome and it's still got another hurdle to go but they've going to get through the senate what are the thoughts on that getting through we get it through this first time fairly easy to think this is something that will get or not it seems like it's got a lot of support i mean between asa bass anglers for salt water fishing an m a cca everybody seems to be behind it everybody's got a really coherent voice i actually attended a social media summit i have all about how we can all work together on the fishing industry to improve recreational fishing access put on by yamaha he's a real good dude he is rabbi correspond with him and lot of news yeti asking everybody working together to make that happen so works good good stuff toubon how they can get a hold you there real quick you.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And open spaces in downtown san jose jennifer hodges kcbs you may remember our story tuesday with the salmon party boat out of half moon bay hoping to join donavan catch this thus far during the recreational fishing season kcbs is tim ryan check back with the group and found that it caught limits twentyfive fishermen fifty fish why the good early catch i mother nature's helping thanks mom we got the good rains of two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen and those would be the primary reason all the good runoff we got in the spring of those years but it's also the way central valley hatcheries truck the fish the bay and the ocean and the schedule of the release into the wild says john mcmanus with golden gate salmon association hatchery managers have adopted a two day on five day off strategy whereby they release fish for a couple of days and then they give that spot arrest you see prior it was five consecutive days of fingerlings being released but that served as something a kid mom's old dinnertime bill predators showed up about that third day and they simply eight to their heart's content the third element is the conservation strategy involving holding pens in half moon bay the tiny salmon three quarters of a million each year spent a few days in a holding pen to get used to their new home wake up and swim right you're having tim ryan kcbs and time for the money watch on kcbs with mark mills stocks fell as crude plunge the most in two years amid renewed tensions over trade and geopolitics china vows to strike back after the us said it will impose a ten percent tariff on two hundred billion dollars of chinese made products the s and p five hundred dropping the most in two weeks as energy and materials producers tumbled about two percent on renewed angst but the trump administration's trade stance will dampen demand for commodities oils nearly five percent retreat took west texas intermediate towards seventy dollars a barrel on the day the dow jones industrials fell two hundred nineteen points to twenty four thousand seven hundred yes and p five hundred dropped seven tenths of a percent the nasdaq was off just over half a percent broadcom a semiconductor maker whose acquisitions of reshaped the chip industry reached an agreement to purchase ca technologies for about nineteen billion dollars according to a person familiar with the process ca jump fifteen percent and extended hours trading the agreement was first reported by the wall street journal mark mills bloomberg radio before i was queen latifah it was.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"In knowing about the world's luckiest fishing village what what is that about brandy you been real blessed the prosperous goal you know are right here in the heart needs to be just a little island you know little look in the woods you know yeah we we probably the largest vision leading the nation here in destin you're tuning wow so but who's given it this designation the world's luckiest fishing village people come out i always having caught fisher what yeah i mean it's always been just a just a plentiful you know in london so is that if you went to destin how do you find this place or is that what destined is yeah that's what was known as i mean that's just what we originally started bringing people here with the white sandy beaches and the in the fresh gulf seafood you know being able to get out on our our charter boats and and you know make a vacation out of in what you call it and take some fresh seafood home so there's something called the destin fishing rodeo my favorite time of year now when is that oh that's october first through october thirty first and how does this thing work well basically they have to you know different categories which is your your charters machines and recreational fishing and then they have different size limit on the votes you know so you can entering different categories there but you get on a boat and you come to him to get on a boat and we're automatically you know all of our charter tweet enter into this fishing rodeo like kind of like a tournament you know and then just getting on the boat you are a candidate for the tournament so i have to imagine there's some prizes for what are the what what what is what are you trying to achieve in terms of what you need to do to win and when you win de get something good so many ways to win prizes so and the prices are what cash prizes or cash prizes we it ranges anywhere from a t shirt.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The great outdoors joe trolley party coach jian radio thanks very much for joining me hope you enjoyed this morning show and as we move into spring i wanna move naturally the subject of fish which is on a lot of our minds it's not how to go fishing or where to go fishing but overall recreational strategies so i'm gonna start with data spend a little bit of time on what's taking place regulatory wise and also talk a little bit about our worlds oceans which continue to be a dumping ground which is so sad that garbage recent headline was tied turns for fishing enthusiasts usa gay number of trade publications also picked up on it it's headline was trump mystery strictures imposed under president obama there are three cases where the top administration now through executive order has increased recreational access for fishermen in huge areas all up and down the coast in the gulf of mexico those of us living here on well that's what you would never under the restrictive fishing regulations that were put in place by the other administration but if you wanna travel and fishing florida or anywhere up and down the coast on the gulf of mexico it's a enormous field the one of the promises of the couple minutes patient was that the multibillion dollar recreational sport fishing industry would be expanded under his administration the recreational opportunity and that science indicated that there should be a a fiction i would take place but other than that that opportunity should be increased across the board and so the that's the happened and recreational fishing alliance the american sport fishing association all the time the what is happening the global fisheries resources of the world obviously by and large have been depleted enormously in recent years but that does not mean that america's fisheries resources have been detected enormously so i think was taking place is that under the comics department the plan extending fishing for certain species fishing the gulf of mexico one case from red snapper complete as to forty two days and throughout the atlantic seaboard recreational fishing opportunities i've been expanded as well this does not mean that in favor of that there are those who this could be a coach however i think in this case airing on the side of caution the fishing.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on WWL
"Music of course tuning into one of the more popular segments on this show you know last week we talked about that really long search for the whooping cranes shooters and they were apprehended this week a louisiana department of wildlife and fisheries enforcement agents cited to men for alleged recreational fishing violations on april seventeenth down in plaquemines parish the agent cited frank bockel fiftythree of memory and spencer preacher thirtythree of new orleans for an over the limit speckled trout bagged agents received information that the suspects were allegedly tripping speckled trout out of empire an agent made a contact with the suspects and discovered they were in possession of one hundred and three speckled trout during questioning the suspects admitted to having already caught fifty speckled trout earlier in the morning which they brought to their camp they were then returned to the water and caught an additional fifty three of course you know the limit is twenty five i mean i guess if there's anything you can see out of this is that there some fish around maybe that's optimistic they just got pretty greedy so the agencies the hundred and three speckled trout and donate them to a local charity now if you possess more than fifty or more speckled trout over the limit it carries a four hundred to nine hundred fifty dollar fine and up to one hundred twenty five days in jail every speckled trout over the daily limit is also subject to a twenty five dollar fine which would this would total one thousand three hundred twenty five dollars also facing civil restitution for the replacement value of illegally possessing this total up to one thousand five hundred fifty three dollars are fiftythreeyearold frank balki of mentoring thirtythreeyearold.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Reeler let's talk a little bit about the rock fish if we don't have any turkey kids call him in yet but we expect we will use turkey day sending this out to the parents who are listening guys with your young lady or your on kid young man in the car calls here wcbs six eighty four ten nine two to six eighty nine four ten nine two two six six eight zero we'll put that youngster on the air we'll talk about turkey so here's what it says came out on wednesday it looks like after further consultation with anglers and charter boat captains and legislators and waterman we believe to revise regulations strike the right balance between conservation and recreation now last friday i didn't know this but the the deal that reduced the the size limit on striped bass to nineteen inches rather than twenty during the summer season with the use of circle hooks for bait that was it was good up until friday and then last friday got struck down and we don't know what happened i mean you know who knows we got some maybe got some lawmakers in there and some disgruntled commercial fisherman and some you know who knows maybe some charter boat people who knows but whatever it was there was enough political influence enough influence brought to bear on fisheries that they cancelled the whole deal as of last friday well parents they've been negotiating and they've been behind closed doors and you know the back room smokefilled backroom deals got take know i don't know if it's quite that bad but here's what happened they've reached a i guess a consensus on what what needs to happen here so secretary mark belt said by lowering the minimum size of stripe baz with additional conservation requirements we will reduce striped bass mortality in the bay and increased recreational fishing opportunities and success these regulations are a win win for the species and sport i'm sure he said that the proposal the secret to seek to reduce the minimum size of striped bass from twenty to nineteen inches with corresponding changes to gear and season including the.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"To collaborate on a solution because the the federal next this that we were just talking about this on the way in you know what role do we have you know why we're not gonna tell us what to do but as it relates to protected species issues monk seals seabirds to an extent marine mammals that sort of thing there's that aspect of it and there's another key piece which it's the economic contribution of recreational noncommercial fishing at least in my world i also think in we've talked about this before the economic impact is very important to know but in actual fact there there are many people here among us and certainly listen this program that that have a dependency on the fishery i mean it's not it's just they they don't just fish just for fun they i sometimes because they really need to you know especially maybe summertime when the kids are all on the making cans of tuna every day and all of a sudden you find out wait if i go out and catch some tuna and make it in little chunks that freeze it up i'm not going to spend a dollar fifty a can i'm going to spend fifty percents again or whatever it is it in other words it's important to the economy of the state not just not just a recreational side of it and the secretary ross recognize that when he when he was talking about it i bet he talked about the recent survey done on economics recreational fishing and recreation outdoor recreation as a whole and the number was just amazingly high something like thirty something billion dollars to the economy did it surprise everybody i it surprised me yeah while we deal in the hundreds of millions of dollars here so yeah.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"When world war one broke out in nineteen fourteen german submarines known as you patrolled the atlantic hoping to sink as many allied shipments as possible for the first time in modern warfare submarine played a key role it was deadly ineffective weapon that could strike without any kind of warning and was nearly impossible to counter as america prepared to join the war on the allied side us navy realized that they needed to find new ways to counter the below water threat both in the war zone and at home so the navy began renting small fast at craft that could potentially outmaneuver and out spot enemy submarines in july of nineteen seventeen the navy acquired the sacha and dubbed it the uss sachin the ship was outfitted with depth charges to sink submerged you votes and machine guns to counteract repetto noon creative ways to defend against them needed to be developed so they turned the thomas edison edison was one of the world's most profound inventors and businessmen he seemed to be the perfect guy to come up with the creative way to destroy submarines but in order to do that he needed a ship so the navy gave him the uss satchel edison would use the vessel to conduct experiments around new york harbor before eventually sailing it to key west florida and the caribbean edison's relationship with the navy was tumultuous in one thousand twenty three article he told a newspaper reporter that the navy pigeonholed every invention he offered with the war ending in november nineteen eighteen so did edison's funding he returned to his other business ventures in the navy returned the sacha him to the owner they had been renting it from as the post world war one years went on the sam changed hands a few times eventually becoming a recreational fishing vessel under the.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on KOMO
"Now up to that group to formally apply that has not happened yet part of the process also includes a seasonticket drive that's expected to start in the coming months a bill that would ban commercial net pens used for fish farms in our state now being considered in olympia it comes after last summer's massive spill in puget sound combest christon jews at a senate committee hearing tuesday were both sides weighed in on the issue last august near the san juan islands tens of thousands of atlantic statement were released the puget sound and now five months later more than one hundred and five thousand are still unaccounted for that is a great concern senator kevin rancour who represents the area where the spill happened is concerned about the native salmon population he's proposing new legislation that would phase out atlantic salmon farms in washington having these fish which are considered under our own laws a pollutant in our ecosystem makes no sense if we are going to continue to recover our marine ecosystem rancour testified at a senate committee hearing he's worried about more fishes gaping from net pens and the daily operations at the facilities owned by canadianbased cook aquaculture frankly this little kills rule jobs in this book which has invested millions of dollars into the state economy he employs eighty people at its eight facilities in washington we give it our all who we care about the environment for most of us her you know fishermen families have fished and he'll we're proud to be washing tony and opponents have been at pains however argued this is about protecting an entire industry recreational fishing accounts for one point six billion dollars in our state and tens of thousands of jobs.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"And our our founding at the american museum of natural history and and and really um eyes the organization and transform the way that it's more relevant for anglers uh that were were putting the eye in the international died uefa in terms of really having a strong international strategy to bring in anglers from around the oil um you know raising money and and improving our financial a status but all of that really would be in the game of being in a position to uh fun and and direct more science and conservation efforts aimed at preserving the species and habitats uh that are so important to recreational fishing you know it's kind of a the lodge evergreen anglers game fish and conservation and we want to make sure that that that circle as strong a lot of people recognize igf a as the goto resourceful world recordsetting and you're very famous for that and you do have an impeccable job of of keeping everything sorted out and perfect uh but the real story behind igf a is conservation work and science and biology and i think a lot of people don't realize that neil yeah i think that's true you know the again going back to the words ends up the organization found at the american museum of natural history but she she's if the olive juice or fish scientists as at the museum was ri president and our and mike lerner it was really founder and the second president uh they will focused on ongoing alvin obtaining lord's specimens of of mainly large uh pelagics species like uh marlon swordfish tune uh uh for the purposes of documenting those species scientifically understanding uh where they exist in terms of habitats and and we're continuing with that kind of work today one of our probably are premier god citizen science program is the international great marlon raise in that is the largest satellite tagging program for marlon are of dole fish in the world and it involves uh.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And and it was all woes us in doom and gloom and yet we seem to be doing okay maybe some of the visit we should need maybe were not eat them anymore or certain parts of that fish where staying away from yeah i mean you know roy is the best example of that they were actually been introduced your back from 50s from tahiti area for the food value of it um in of course not too long ago secretary became pre permanent and people stop more or less slow down on the eating part of it name and there were gallons of there was like forty bucks or fifty bucks to see if you could eat deficient on yeah you don't seem anymore well they had to take him off the market because i i think there was one false positives i thought it was and so it was taken off the market hopefully they'll come up with something else what are the what are the the distribution points of your survey the oil why marine recreational fishing survey well we have surveyors on five the main on on we have gone on quite coy e or who mouth we mollica in hawaii right now and blake are saying before they they visit public boat rammed the unpopular shoreline fishing spots um just it just to get a good sampling of of the main line out by the way that means gang they're not looking for baby lobsters route two seasons of they'll for cooperation shouldn't have that that's and others again that's a good point where we know our our guys in the field aren't aren't enforcement officers they're out there just to just a document a record what's the noncommercial universe is taking from from the ocean and we use that not not to to put a you know a swat team down the guys by the way they're not they're not they don't have like teasers and all of the stuff but what they do have is a really vested interests in convincing you to do the right thing and i think that you know those that are taking an illegal lobster whatever they are doing they have no idea what it what it.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And talk a little bit we talk just a while ago as telling you coming up on the section of the council of but show a little thing called the a survey hawaii a merchant marine recreational fishing survey and what does that mean well it means of as a tremendous amount of cooperation in between knaw in a deal in our endorse cared this is kind of weird it word we can really give some examples of how it works so before we introduce are our guest from the deal and rdr malloy saboteur a joins us and talking about this malloy and maybe the opportunity to show people how there is a great deal of interaction between what we're doing with a conscious of way offshore and what happens in short in that water in between which is kind of like noman's land right yeah so so so what is this what is this interaction that we have with a dealer so the constantly is working with the hawaii deal in our to improve on the um be um recreational catch estimates the cost of we don't normally use the word recreational but we use noncommercial engeneria in because a lot of arkansas adviser says that um you know we don't play with our fish 'love' we use them for food booed right so um you know we we work with um we have our our guests here to law developed this regional implementation plan for the marine recreational information program because each uh region in the in in the us are required to develop developed this regional implementation planning to um improve on the recreational catch um information the data that that's being used for for for fishery mattia you know i'm guessing that when we just saw the devil with last weekend and paper that there are real concerns about it we just keep going unchecked particularly the plays like a way where we don't really have a licensing day or a registration thing nobody really knows who's there and and more importantly what the kachin writes sole yelled their dr have been several attempts to um the document what is the universe over a correlation all fit off the recreational fisheries in hawaii um and these are the.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Luke maye observant for public service for the week goodness uh if you want to learn more about motivation all speaking tech those words in the search bar host of works that common since i said that it's time for listener male uh i'm gonna call this ghost fishing follow up um from anthony in charlotte north carolina uh he guys just finished ghost fishing and glad you covered this really important topic when environmental scientists to cities fishing water north carolina and have worked in this field all over the country uh while the commercial fishing industry is extremely detrimental to marine life recreational fishing causes a lot of fish to die freshwater because of littering from it and the something in a row thought about as uh seldom fishermen a many fishermen and women for a little excess bits of line while tying knots on the ground or in the water while the fishing others monofilament goes in the waterways and if you look into the gut but many fish turtles birds and other life is associated with water almost always find this fishingline iin hooks stuck in uh the various by oda or the by oda being stuck in the gear uh i would highly recommend fishermen and women let's just say fisherpeople yet uh the fisher kings fisher gangs to make sure they put this extra line in their pocket to dispose of later or using environmentallyfriendly nylon line that the if they can find it at this monofilament line just does not break down over time i like the nine lon does uh just wanted to share this with you all many people are unaware of the harm they can do without meaning to.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Of that before all the tourism it that the bad while so is this is this and i know that the gulf council is starting to fall more towards the recreational fishermen because all of a sudden they're finding out how much money is in recreational fishing it's crazy right yeah were you when you put the number who it i know people have to buy hotel in boat than gasoline and fishing equipment we all know it way too much money on all that stuff but when you put that up against the price per pound of the daca that think this no know he doesn't even compare far outweighs the commercial don't dr that was the thing that the gulf council just never wanted dick here for years isn't it yes i mean to the third were kept under wraps dive what some of the tail might be a little more intentional never really brought to light of the value of recreational fishery but it have been now and of course the adeministration change that we all know about in that help facilitate new appointments on account both though we're hoping this october meeting will guard out with them really fresh faces than a lot more recreational friend friendly outcome to that council it you know what would always currently is funny about that is there some third world countries in countries keno certainly less developed than us bit figured that out a long time ago and then you go down to police and that's where people were scratching to make a living everett gratiot fishery you know the the permit those guys the kiss of when they catch one in i mean they realized that their lifeblood ill only ever song kills a snow which you know that surprised me on inkling but in other that means eight those claimed but the bonefish the permit the carpet they get it and they're not about to kill one of those fish goes beyond get our hunter bought the day from a burma gringo nah it exactly and that's the beauty of it is once they realized that uh you know they felt policing of course in a country like cuba you're never going to be old belief all the mall villages in though i've that you know really that the.
"recreational fishing" Discussed on Science Talk
"They are protected from things like uh sea bed mining oil and gas drilling most fisheries but not all uh they are something like recreational fishing is allowed uh you know well watching birdwatching if he wanted to do that but i can't throw 40mile net down around there that's correct and this only became really a monument very recently right uh in uh it was in i think uh november december of last year so 2016 right in the end of obama's presidency and what is the purpose of of having this protected area i i saw fishermen ah describe it on a video as being a generator for the larger area around it a generator of biodiversity well i think that actually a pretty good characters ation of it for one thing the monument uh contain an ecosystem that was undiscovered thirty or forty years ago it's got these deepsea coral species that live over a thousand years and the whole ecosystem around them is an extremely old ecosystem a lot of things depend upon the coral substructure and the and the organisms that live around and on corals and um you know if you had to make a terrestrial analogue you would think about something like the joshua tree national minemet or perhaps the sequoia national forests where you've got incredibly large plants with hundreds of years of uh animals and plants that have lived around it and the whole ecosystem is built around those giant trees in the deep sea you don't see anything the size of a sequoia but some of these quarrels uh which were unknown to science and they're still discovering you know dozens of new species every time they put a uh are oh vr on a submarine down there these corals are sometimes eight ten feet tall uh and sometimes larger and it's just extraordinarily unusual habitat with remarkable colors for such a a dark place um and yet you know we we don't know much about it it's just extraordinary uh place for discovery uh one of the things that motivated us of course is climate change is happening in the ocean.