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Professional Tarpon Tournament Series: A Case History of Catastrophically Poor Public Relations

Woo hoo, says Beel!  If you ever want a case history of how not to exploit a public resource for personal profit, you need to study the Professional Tarpon Tournament … Continue reading

February 27, 2013 · Leave a comment

Widespread Seafood Fraud in the United States Documented by Oceana

The ocean conservation organization Oceana, recently released a report that documented widespread mislabeling of seafood sold in United States supermarkets, restaurants, and sushi bars. You can download a copy of … Continue reading

February 26, 2013 · Leave a comment

How to Spot a Fake Shark in a Photo: Some real Southern Fried Science

The Southern Fried Scientist has published a really informative and fun guide to spotting doctored photographs with sharks (or other fish) in them. Please, friends, allow Beel to present one … Continue reading

January 24, 2013 · Leave a comment

Three Reasons to Eat Your Pickled Herring

Beel has had the occasional bad experience with pickled herring. Still, Beel can think of three very good reasons to eat pickled herring. It ain’t Surströmming. It ain’t Rakfisk. It especially … Continue reading

January 7, 2013 · Leave a comment

Fishing for Trophy Whitebait on the West Coast of New Zealand

While researching a recent post, Beel recently discovered a wonderful blog post about whitebait fishing in New Zealand. The post, “Let me take you whitebaiting on the West Coast of … Continue reading

January 4, 2013 · Leave a comment

Smithsonian Exhibition “X-Ray Vision: Fish Inside Out”

Beel ran across a reference to an exhibit developed by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.  This exhibit opened early last year and will travel through 2015.  It currently is taking … Continue reading

January 4, 2013 · Leave a comment

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