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catch

(kach)
1. To capture or seize.
2. The act of catching, or that which is caught.
[O.Fr. cachier, to chase, fr. L. capto, to seize]
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An approach to retroactively estimate catches in cases where reliable time series data are lacking applies a "re-estimation" approach to approximate historic catch time series (Zeller et al., 2006a).
Other species to have shown an increase in catches over this period, though generally with a drop in 2004, are the Atlantic redfishes, rays, and white hake whose catches rose from 11,000 tonnes in 1995 to nearly 19,000 tonnes in 2003.
But in every fishery the researchers studied, the number of catches declined by about 16 percent per year.
Close catches as well in Blythe Water Open near Knowle.
SHARPLEY SPRINGS 0191 5818045 / SR7 0NP No fewer than 15 double-figure rainbows were caught this week as well as lots of big number catches. Ryan Barrow from Coxhoe caught rainbows of 17lb and 13lb in a 28 fish catch followed by a second visit totaling another 32 trout.
Dave Gardener took home a six fish 11lb bag and three-fish 5lb catches went away with Peter Reed, Gordon Wares, John Cushing and Maurice McLean.
Fishery statistics reported for 2016 provide a first view of the impact of these management measures on the catches of salmon.
LAST week started well at Lockwood Beck, with some very good catches, but strong winds and some heavy rain at the weekend made things difficult.
Other anglers who recorded good catches included Michael Hall of Cramlington who had 19; Louis Baker, also from Cramlington, who caught 16; Bill Potter from Morpeth who caught 15; and John Tait from Belford who caught 13.
Because larger catches are easier to divide up among competing interests, the councils' responsibility to allocate catches, the report continued, "encourages them to set lax fishery limits, undermining conservation."
ALL sewin and salmon anglers should, by now, have sent to the Environment Agency (EA) a record of their catches of sewin and salmon for the 2001 fishing season.
Holiday anglers enjoyed good sport this week, with two match catches over the 100lb mark and a new match record set.