Tag Archives: Fisheries

ANG Cause of the month – Fisheries Management

ANG Cause of the Month – Fisheries Management Hi Dale – thanks for that (I think?) 😉 I made a comment on my facebook page this morning, which both Dale and Deb noted. Fisheries are really complex topics. Scientists can … Continue reading

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My Post on Radio Interview on NZ initiative report and fisheries generally [updated x2]

Comment on my own Facebook page Last night I was contacted by NewsTalkZB and asked to comment on the report from the NZ Initiative. I suggested to them that they ask someone from the NZ Sport Fishing Council to comment, … Continue reading

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Longfin Eels

Longfin Eels campaign on facebook It’s not the commercial hunting that is the major factor in decline, that is being managed reasonably well. The major factor is the loss of wetlands. We just did an inventory of wetlands in the … Continue reading

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Fisheries Politics

Our Politician of the Week This is a really complex topic – much like a fractal. At the top level is the fundamental problem that money is a scarcity based measure of value, and real abundance of anything has zero … Continue reading

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Fisheries – Gareth Morgan

Gareth Morgan – Hobby fishers must pay for snapper Hi Gareth The situation with snapper 1, as with most real world situations, is extremely complex. While I agree with many of your points, some are inaccurate. Most observers on the … Continue reading

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Gareth Morgan on Fisheries

Idealog Gareth Morgan gives everyone a slap about fishing Gareth makes some powerful points, and missed a few too. I agree that we need more community involvement and awareness in fisheries management, and it is a a long slow process. … Continue reading

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