Offshore Saltwater Sportfish of New York
- A method for the microinjection into naturally spawned eggs of marine fish, especially cultured Pacific bluefin tuna Thunnus orientalis. OTANI, Satoshi; OHARA, Manabu; MIYASHITA, Shigeru; KOBAYASHI, Toru // Fisheries Science;Feb2008, Vol. 74 Issue 1, p208
The article discusses the application of the microinjection method into the naturally spawned eggs of the cultured Pacific bluefin tuna Thunnus orientalis. The technique is considered important, because it analyzes the function of a gene and allows the production of transgenic fishes. However,...
- World Without Fish. Leite, Tiffany // Sport Diver;Oct2009, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p24
The article deals with the impact of overfishing. Statistics from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization indicate that most of wild marine fish species are overexploited or have collapsed. Scientists from the University of Dalhousie warn that oceans will be depleted of fish by 2048...
- Comparison of the lipid profiles from wild caught eggs and unfed larvae of two scombroid fish: northern bluefin tuna ( Thunnus thynnus L., 1758) and Atlantic bonito ( Sarda sarda Bloch, 1793). Ortega, Aurelio; Mourente, Gabriel // Fish Physiology & Biochemistry;Sep2010, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p461
Lipids and essential fatty acids are determinants of the reproductive process in marine fish, affecting fecundity, egg quality, hatching performance, pigmentation and larval malformation. We have analyzed and characterized the lipids of eggs and unfed larvae of two wild caught scombroid fish,...
- Prey selectivity in piscivorous bluefin tuna larvae reared in the laboratory. Reglero, Patricia; Blanco, Edurne; Ortega, Aurelio; de la Gándara, Fernando; Fiksen, Øyvind; Folkvord, Arild; Seoka, Manabu; Viguri, F. Javier // Journal of Plankton Research;Jan2015, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p2
Prey size selectivity in piscivorous fish larvae is important to both aquaculture and fisheries science, but laboratory experiments are few. We analyzed selective foraging in Atlantic bluefin tuna larvae (Thunnus thynnus) using two larval fish prey species. The experiments revealed that...
- The bluefins are back! Garrison, Chuck // Salt Water Sportsman;Mar95, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p84
Reports on the recovery of California bluefin tuna fishing. Examples of the bluefin comeback below San Diego; Factors that contributed to the increased number of bluefin caught in Southern California; Tips for tuna fishing. INSETS: Prospects for '95.;Tuna trips..
- The joy of giants. Ristori, Al // Salt Water Sportsman;Sep95, Vol. 56 Issue 9, p46
Discusses a giant bluefin fishing trip to Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Range of water temperatures in the Proteus wreck; Average number of fishes caught daily by fishermen; Factors in fish survival. INSET: North Carolina tuna charters..
- The Hatteras Trip. Gibson, Barry // Salt Water Sportsman;May96, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p10
Editorial. Comments on the management of the winter bluefin fishery in Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Attitude of charter skippers and mates toward conservation; Details on the fishing rules; Investigation of the mortality rate of bluefin in the region.
- Bluefin bonanza! Babbitt, Brion // Salt Water Sportsman;Jun98, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p88
Opinion. Presents information pertaining to bluefin fishing south of Hooper Wreck off Ocean City, Maryland, with emphasis on the experience of Kevin Weaver and his teenage son, David. Description of the fishing trip; Information on the growth of the bluefin; Behavior of bluefin fish. INSETS:...
- The Great Irish Tuna Hunt. Gammon, Clive // Salt Water Sportsman;Jun2001, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p132
Describes a bluefin tuna fishing trip in Ireland.