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Catch & Release

ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Πέμ Μαρ 27, 2008 12:05 pm
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Effective catch and release fishing techniques avoid excessive fish fighting and handling times, avoid damage to fish skin, scale and slime layers (that leave fish vulnerable to fungal skin infections) by nets, dry hands and dry surfaces, and avoid damage to throat ligaments and gills by poor handling techniques.
The use of barbless hooks is an important aspect of catch and release; barbless hooks reduce injury and handling time, increasing survival. Frequently, fish caught on barbless hooks can be released without being removed from the water, and the hook(s) effortly slipped out with a single flick of the pliers or leader. Barbless hooks can be purchased from several major manufacturers or can be created from a standard hook by crushing the barb(s) flat with needle-nosed pliers. Some anglers avoid barbless hooks because of the erroneous belief that too many fish will escape. Concentrating on keeping the line tight at all times while fighting fish, equipping lures that do not have them with split rings, and using recurved point or "Triple Grip" style hooks on lures, will keep catch rates with barbless hooks as high as those achieved with barbed hooks. Triple Grip treble hooks work particularly well with the barbs crushed.
To make a hook barbless, the barb is simply crushed flat with a pair of needle-nosed pliers; a 2-second task. Medium grit sandpaper can be further used to ensure complete removal of the barb, but this is not necessary and is rarely done.
Key aspects of catch and release include:
• Using strong tackle, to minimise fighting times
• Using needle-nosed pliers to aid unhooking
• Using barbless hooks, for quick, easy hook removal and reduced handling times
• Leaving fish in the water during the unhooking and release process, to avoid any handling
If fish are removed from the water for unhooking and/or a photo, key aspects of handling include:
• Avoiding the use of landing nets; if landing nets must be used, specially designed catch-and-release landing nets (e.g. Environets) are used
• Avoiding touching the fish with dry hands or dry surfaces (e.g. shirt fronts) or putting them down on dry surfaces (e.g. rocks, boat gunwhales, boat bottoms)
• Only touching the fish with wet hands and wet surfaces (e.g. wet towel)
• Avoiding hanging fish from their jaw/mouth/gills
• Holding fish horizontally, and supporting large fish with a second hand under the belly
• Minimising time out of the water (e.g. 20–30 seconds)
The effects of catch and release vary from species to species. A number of scientific studies have shown extremely high survival rates (97%+) for released fish if handled correctly and particularly if caught on artificial baits such as lures. Fish caught on lures are usually hooked cleanly in the mouth, minimising injury and aiding release. Other studies have shown somewhat lower but encouragingly high survival rates for fish gut-hooked on bait if the line is cut and the fish is released without trying to remove the hook. This procedure should be followed for any gut-hooked fish intended or required to be released.
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To pio panw arthro dinei kapia vasika stixia gia to C&R. Den leo oti ola ine efikta kathe fora pou pianoume kai apeleftheronoume ena psari alla estw kai orismena apo auta na akolouthoume tha miwsei kapious thanatous psariwn apo kako xirismo.

Re: Catch & Release

ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Πέμ Μαρ 27, 2008 12:35 pm
από PrEdAtΩR
file c&r euxaristo gia auto to e3ereto thread.

8a i8ela episis na pros8eso gia ta psaria pou katapinoun to aggistri ta akolou8a. [Glenn ,Bassresource]

1) With the hook in the gullet, note which side of the fish's mouth the hook shank is toward. Note: For illustration sake, the line is eliminated here in steps 2 through 5. In reality, the line stays connected as this technique is performed.

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2) With a finger or two, reach in through the last gill arch on that side of the fish and push and pull down on the hookeye so the hook turns and . . .

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(3) rolls out below the gill toward the side of the fish. At that point, amazingly, the hook, barb and all, almost always pops free from its hold in the fish's gullet.

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(4) Reach into the fish's mouth and grip the bend in the hook (which is now up) and . . .

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(5) lift it free. If the fish's mouth is too small to reach in with your hand, use a needle-nose pliers to grip the hook bend.

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What needs to be emphasized is how resilient a fish's gills actually are -- far from being the fragile organs often suggest by some sources. And the occasional bleeding fish? Does it have to be kept? Just get the fish back into the water as soon as possible and, more often than not, the bleeding stops.

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ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Πέμ Μαρ 27, 2008 6:00 pm
από caveman
Πολλά ωραία τα άρθρα που εβάλατε φίλοι μου :D :D Εγώ αποφάσισα το τζαι έχει λίον τζερό που το εφαρμόζω....στην θάλασσα :wink: ενοείτε ευκάλαν με πελλό :lol: που τους φίλους που πάμε ψάρεμα...χωρίς ενδιασμούς το κατανοούν τζαι δέχονται το μόνον ο Γκρεκ τζαι Μεγαλόστομος :mrgreen:

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ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Σάβ Μαρ 29, 2008 7:23 pm
από Greg
Todays catch & release

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ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Σάβ Μαρ 29, 2008 7:28 pm
από Greg
:idea:

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ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Σάβ Μαρ 29, 2008 9:04 pm
από sifu-nas
mpravo re greg polla oraia.. :D
jino t mov t softbait inda p enei?

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ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Σάβ Μαρ 29, 2008 9:55 pm
από C&R
Mpravo greg , tha itan kali idea na postaroume oloi tis foto apo C&R se auto to post. Isws etsi na dosoume to kalo paradigma...

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Re: Catch & Release

ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Σάβ Μαρ 29, 2008 11:27 pm
από PrEdAtΩR
i agapimeni mou c&r pic

2.7kg epistrefi piso zontano


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ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Κυρ Μαρ 30, 2008 10:43 am
από Greg
:twisted:

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ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Κυρ Μαρ 30, 2008 12:19 pm
από sifu-nas
kalo fenete :wink:

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ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Κυρ Απρ 06, 2008 12:05 pm
από C&R
2.250kg , To C&R apo simera
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Re: Catch & Release

ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Δευτ Απρ 14, 2008 5:05 pm
από Greg
Ipa na afikw llio tin apogoitefsi tou savatokuriakou ke na paw kana psarema simera... Eixen mou stilei o filos pou to http://www.anglermania.com kati psarouthkia pseftika gia dokimi markas SEBILE.. Ekatevika sto posto mu ke arxisa na ta dokimazw, meta pou ena tetarto ektupisa touto to teras :!: To 2o pio megalo pou efkala fetos 2890gr sxedon trikilo :twisted: e ntino stile jialla :twisted: :twisted:

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ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Δευτ Απρ 14, 2008 5:31 pm
από www.anglermania.com
Greg έγραψε:Ipa na afikw llio tin apogoitefsi tou savatokuriakou ke na paw kana psarema simera... Eixen mou stilei o filos pou to http://www.anglermania.com kati psarouthkia pseftika gia dokimi markas SEBILE.. Ekatevika sto posto mu ke arxisa na ta dokimazw, meta pou ena tetarto ektupisa touto to teras :!: To 2o pio megalo pou efkala fetos 2890gr sxedon trikilo :twisted: e ntino stile jialla :twisted: :twisted:


NA EISAI KALA FILE MOU,SINEXISE TIS DOKIMES TOU TEXNITOU( ACAST MINNOW) KAI STIN THALASSA KAI SE PARAKALO EMAIL ME TO FEEDBACK SOU.EIDIKA GIA TO PSAREMA TOU FRESHWATER BASS TIS SEIRAS TOU SEBILE EINAI TO FLAT SHAD,KAI EINAI IN STOCK GIA OPION ENDIAFERETE.

ANAMENO TIS POLITIMES SOU EMPIRIES,

TIGHT LINES AND GOOD FISHING,PLEASE HAVE IN MIND CATCH AND RELEASE DONT DESTROY WHAT YOU COME TO ENJOY.

SINCERELY:DINOS PANAYI
http://www.anglermania.com

Re: Catch & Release

ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Δευτ Απρ 14, 2008 6:24 pm
από caveman
Μπράβο ρε σειρά :!: εν καμπόσον :D :D :D κρίμας που έπρεπεν να δουλέψω ως τες 20:30 σήμμερα :(

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ΔημοσίευσηΔημοσιεύτηκε: Δευτ Απρ 14, 2008 9:59 pm
από sifu-nas
polla oraios re greg . j t psarui fenete kalo..inda conditions eishe j edulepse ? parapanw le[ptomeries an ginete yia t dolwma?
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