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One from Many: Combining State Creel Data to Estimate Regional Harvest

Principal Investigator
Stephen Midway

Dates

Release Date
2020
Start Date
2021-01-01
End Date
2022-12-31

Summary

Recreational angling in the U.S. represents a large group of people that catch and harvest fish for a variety of reasons, including for relaxation, adventure, social motivations, and consumption. Collectively, recreational anglers can exert pressures on both economies and fishery resources. Fish removals by anglers represent an important source of mortality data when trying to understand fish populations, and this information is even more important when the fishery is dominated by recreational and subsistence fishing. Currently, the magnitude of recreational angling is measured at local scales (for example, at a specific lake or stream) and the process to collect information from anglers varies widely by state and waterbody. [...]

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Contacts

Principal Investigator :
Stephen Midway
Cooperator/Partner :
Abigail J Lynch
Funding Agency :
National CASC
CMS Group :
Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASC) Program

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ChattanoogaRiver_NC_AlanCressler.jpg
“Chattanooga River in North Carolina taken by Alan Cressler”
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Chattanooga River in North Carolina taken by Alan Cressler
Chattanooga River in North Carolina taken by Alan Cressler

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  • National CASC
  • National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers

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