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Offline Vadermort

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Capture and release of Fish
« on: 24/08/2006 05:03:33 »
Hey EVERYONE!!!!
For a group 4 project that I am taking part in, we want to capture and release fish in our campus lake to determine population size. What I need help with is what is the proper method for catching them with nets, tagging them releasing them?"
Bear in mind that we are in a small high school in the middle of China with limited resources. No electro shocking so nets will to be implemented. I hear gill nets kill the fish. We dont want that. I on behalf of my biology class would appreciate any help or suggestions that is posted.
Thanks Y'all!

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Re: Capture and release of Fish
« Reply #1 on: 25/08/2006 12:36:55 »
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Re: Capture and release of Fish
« Reply #2 on: 19/10/2006 20:33:11 »
well as a keen fisher man my self what i do when i go fishing is take a long net with me called a keep net, thiss allows me to hold as many fish as i  like and then when i am finished i count how many i hav caught and put them bak

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