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25110
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New research on genes that influence the quality of eggs in fish could help scientists develop answers and possible treatments for infertility in humans. More experiments are needed but scientists are optimistic.
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14323
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The world's waters contain almost 32,000 species of fish. There are 235 freshwater species living in North Carolina waters, including six that are found nowhere else in the world. It is uncertain how many marine species are found here. Pusser highlights some of the unique diversity.
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37772
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In 1947, a reconnaissance survey was conducted across several lakes in Columbus and Bladen counties to provide data for fisheries management. The methodology and equipment used is provided, along with the results for Lake Waccamaw, White Lake, and general conclusions.
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37813
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The Atlantic croaker can be caught all along the eastern coast of the US from either surf-fishing or still casting.
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37983
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The letter composer warns against adding crappies to a pond already stocked with bass and bream, but does recommend inviting people to fish what is already in the water.
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38073
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The answer to why there are so few rockfish and if there is anything being done to increase their numbers is explained. Most of the female fish do not survive to the age they need to spawn, but in order to save and increase their numbers, eggs are being harvested in hatcheries and later released back into the wild.
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38613
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Depending on what you want to catch and the time of year, fish are found in different areas. A chart is featured that will help the fisherperson find the fish they want according to the month.
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38661
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Complete with accompanying pictures, three types of fish are briefly described.
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