- SOUTH Toasty Tarpon Springs: A Winter-Angling Retreat. Brown, David A. // Cabela's Outfitter Journal;Feb2009, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p94
The article features the Tarpon Springs, a winter-angling retreat in Florida. It states that the in the 1900s, the town was spawned from a burgeoning sponge-diving industry. It adds that the town presents a popular cool-season getaway abounding in Mediterranean culture and steeped in nautical...
- Large scale northward expansion of warm water species Skeletonema tropicum (Bacillariophyceae) in China seas. Liu, Dongyan; Jiang, Jinjie; Wang, Yan; Zhang, Yong; Di, Baoping // Chinese Journal of Oceanology & Limnology;Jul2012, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p519
S keletonema tropicum is regarded as a species with an affinity to warm waters and it has never been reported in seas where temperatures drop below 11Â°C in winter. Previous studies in China reported that S. tropicum was restricted to subtropical and warm temperate seas (East and South China...
- The Ups and Downs of Nelson Lake. Mitzel, Jon // Dakota Country;Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p10
The article offers the author's insights on his experience on fishing at Nelson Lake in North Dakota. The author mentions that during summer, early fall and spring have been a productive season for largemouth bass fishing with its warm water temperature. He adds that anglers have discovered a...
- LOOK WHO'S TALKING. Draper, Tom; Ryan, Tami; Maurier, Joe // Dakota Country;Nov2012, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p28
Quotations are presented on topics such as the relationship between landowners and conservationists from Missouri Conservation Deputy Director Tom Draper, Lyme disease in Wisconsin from Wisconsin wildlife health chief Tami Ryan, and warmwater angling from Joe Maurier from Montana Fish, Wildlife...
- Lionfish Invade North Carolina Waters. // Salt Water Sportsman;Nov2004, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p35
Reports on the findings by researchers from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on the presence of the poisonous Indo-Pacific lionfish at the warm waters of the Gulf Stream.
- When The Heat's On, Some Fish Can Cope Say Researchers. // Australian Maritime Digest;Feb2012, Issue 209, p12
The article presents a research study which shows the next generation of damselfish who were exposed to high temperatures their whole life could able to cope with warmer water.
- TRIPLETAIL. OLANDER, DOUG // Sport Fishing;Mar2016, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p16
The article focuses on Tripletail, warm-water marine fishes, which are known for appearing to float on young fishes sides near the surface and presents photographs of several fishes including Jaggedhead Gurnard, Tenspine Grouper and Cymothoid Isopod.
- The word: Doctor fish. // New Scientist;7/14/2007, Vol. 195 Issue 2612, p52
The article reports on a medical study conducted by Martin Grassberger and Werner Hoch of the Medical University of Vienna, Austria, who reported that exfoliation by doctor fish, Garra rufa, native to the hot springs at Kanghal, Turkey, when used in combination with ultraviolet (UV) light can...
- Pike on the Fly. ROWLEY, PHIL // Western Sportsman;Mar/Apr2013, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p42
The article offers tips on fly fishing for pike. It recommends having a basic knowledge of the pike's habits and seasonal movements to help explore the right locations, choose the right equipment and make the correct presentations throughout the season. Though classified as a warm water fish,...