1. Get Hooked - Why People Love To Fish


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    Created by Dan DiNicola & Peter Chaibongsai from The Billfish Foundation, experience why recreational fishing is loved by so many and why it isn't always the fish that draws them to the sport. Learn how The Billfish Foundation conserves billfish populations worldwide and those communities dependent on healthy fisheries stocks. Support The Billfish Foundation - http://billfish.org

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    • Bay 101: Striped Bass


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      Striped bass are a sought-after commercial and recreational catch and a key predator in the Chesapeake Bay food web. Andrew Turner from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)/Versar explains why the fish is so unique. Learn more about striped bass in the Chesapeake Bay Program’s online Field Guide: http://www.chesapeakebay.net/fieldguide/critter/striped_bass Produced by Steve Droter Music: "A Moment of Jazz" by Ancelin

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      • Crocodile Bay in 60 Secs


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        Experience the thrill of Costa Rica fishing at Crocodile Bay Resort. For more information visit http://www.crocodilebay.com

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        • Our Story-Nautilus LifeLine


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          The Nautilus LifeLine was created with the goal of putting safety into everyone's hands and giving them peace of mind when they are on or under the water. Nautilus LifeLine is committed to providing the best possible experience for their customers as a leading provider of innovative marine safety products.

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          • LifeLine Usage Video by Wayne from Aggressor Fleet


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            "Everybody needs a LifeLine. This can save you!" - From Wayne

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            • A Journey Pelagic - Full Length Film


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              One of the most important offshore recreational and commercial fish species in the world's tropical and subtropical oceans is the mahi mahi (aka dorado, dolphinfish, or dolphin). Since 2002, researchers with the Dolphinfish Research Program have been investigating how they migrate throughout the Atlantic by recruiting sport fishermen to tag and release small and healthy fish. To date, more than 15,000 mahi mahi have been released with more than 400 recaptures reported providing valuable information about their movements and life history that has never been known before. Due to the popular support of this program, the programs has expanded to many areas around the world including Puerto Rico, where 497 mahi mahi have been released since 2008. The film, "A Journey Pelagic," was compiled to highlight the importance of this research which is aimed at conserving the mahi mahi fishery for future generations. The film was shot exclusively in Puerto Rico and was just screened for the first time at the Rincon International Film Festival in Rincon, Puerto Rico, in early April. Watch how sport fishermen are helping to unravel the mystery of their migration and ensure future mahi mahi stock sustainability.

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              • Be a Part of Something Bigger - TBF's Tag & Release Database


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                Go to www.billfishtag.org and learn how you can contribute to billfish conservation while having fun doing it. Thank you to those who contributed to the footage - Big Oh, Sandman Fishing, Prime Reel Estate, and Tyler Sudbrink. Thank you to our Tag and Release Sponsors - Bisbee's Fish & Wildlife Conservation Fund, Casa Vieja Lodge, Costa Sunglasses, King Sailfish Mounts, and Pelagic.

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                • Wild Trout Clear Waters


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                  Second in a series of videos showing the moods of trout fishing in the Nelson district of New Zealand, with fishing guideTony Entwistle. www.TonyEntwistlesFlyFishing.co.nz

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                  • Tagging Mako and Blue Sharks


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                    How do scientists keep track of large pelagic species like the mako shark and blue shark? Suzy Kohin from the Southeast Fisheries Science Center explains the science behind satellite tagging and how we use this information to inform management.

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                    • A Mako Shark's Last Meal


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                      See a NOAA Fisheries biologist, Antonella Preti, perform a gut analysis on a 12 foot shortfin mako shark weighing 1,323 pounds. By analyzing the contents of shark stomachs, we help build a database of who eats who eats who in the ocean, an essential tool in managing fisheries.

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