Recreational anglers" valuation of near-shore marine fisheries in Florida

by J. Walter Milon

Publisher: Florida Sea Grant College Program in Gainesville FL

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"Report prepared for the Florida Marine Fisheries Commission" - t.p.

StatementJ. Walter Milon and Eric M. Thunberg, principal investigators ; Charles M. Adams and C.T. Jordan Lin, associate investigators.
SeriesTechnical paper / Florida Sea Grant College Program -- 73
ContributionsThunberg, Eric M., Florida Sea Grant College., Florida. Marine Fisheries Commission.
The Physical Object
Paginationvarious pagings :
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Open LibraryOL20317401M

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Milon, J.W. and E.M. Thunberg. Commercial fisheries catches by country are documented since by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Unfortunately, this does not hold for marine recreational catches, of which only few, if any, estimates are reported to FAO.

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Milon, J. Walter, Eric M. Thunberg, Charles M. Adams, and C. Jordan Lin. Recreational Anglers’ Valuation of Near-Shore Marine Fisheries in Florida. Report prepared for the Florida Marine Fisheries Commission, Google ScholarCited by: You can pick up your area’s local edition at o marine specific businesses, retail outlets or big box stores.

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Many pier anglers had also fished from the shore and from boats in the previous year (%), with only % of anglers having fished exclusively from piers. Fishing motivations among pier anglers were mainly non-catch-related including experiencing nature (, on a scale from 1 to 5), relaxation (), socializing () and excitement (4.

(Michael Wilson/) The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission advises anglers that regulations prohibit the recreational harvest of all shallow water groupers, gag, black, red, yellowfin, scamp, yellowmouth, rock hind, and red hind from Feb. 1 through March 31 in all Gulf of Mexico waters off Florida, except in all waters of.

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Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water (T) Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC EPAR »t» Recreational fisheries The benefits of recreational use cannot be tracked in the market, since much of the recreational activity associated with fisheries occurs as nonmarket events.

However, a variety of nonmarket valuation methods exist for estimating use value, including both "revealed" and "stated" preference methods (Freeman, ). for recreational fisheries in the state.

Recreational use of fisheries can sometimes conflict with commercial use of fisheries and there is no overall policy to guide how resources should be allocated. For example, on the Kennebec River there was a particularly large age class of young striped bass in Recreational anglers have been eager.

Tarpon are preferring pass crabs, but will take a live baitfish, reports Capt. Shawn Crawford of Florida Sport Fishing Outfitters. 6: At Anna Maria, there’s lots of snook out on the beaches down to New Pass. Also, resident anglers are less likely to use a charter boat because at least two-thirds of this population typically fish from a private boat or are considered near shore anglers (Responsive Management, ).

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Resident saltwater anglers who fish from shore or a structure affixed Snook is managed by two regions in Florida: Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. to shore will. Abstract. The Moreton Bay Marine Park (MBMP) is a multiple-use marine park in eastern Australia that was established in and rezoned in by Queensland’s Environmental Protection Agency, thereby increasing the total no-take area of marine national park from to 16%.Marine Recreational Use In La Parguera the diversity of coastal and marine habitats has led to the development of a variety of marine recreational uses.

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