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FISHERIES STORIES OF THE WEEK

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AFS Fisheries Magazine:
70-Year Study of Wisconsin Recreational Fisheries Reveals Size Structure Changes

Some fish sizes stay stable and others shrink in response to various management regulations...Read more

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 PUBLICATIONS

Lake Trout Eating Cutthroat Trout's Lunch 

Feeding Ecology of Native and Nonnative Salmonids during the Expansion of a Nonnative Apex Predator in Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park...Read more

Citizen Science at its Best

Cool Fish: Citizen Science

“I wonder why he jumped, the old man thought. He jumped almost as though to show me how big he was.” —Ernest Hemingway

Billfish are some of the largest and most magnificent fish that roam the ocean…Read more.

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 POLICY SPOTLIGHT

The AFS Policy staff participated in two events this week: the semi-annual meeting of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership’s Policy Council and a meeting sponsored by Ocean Champions in its series of conversations with the next generation of ocean leaders, featuring Congressman Jared Huffman (D-2nd-CA). Both events proved to be excellent opportunities to discuss AFS policy work with influential partners.

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AFS ANNOUNCEMENTS

Online 2016 Trade Show Registration Now Available

New this year: exhibitors can now choose their own space.

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Western Fish Disease Workshop, AFS Fish Health Section meeting, and Aquaculture Drug Approval Coordination Workshop this June in Jackson Hole, Wyoming: PDF registration form.

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REMINDERS AND NOTES

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JOB HUNTING ?

For the latest JOBS postings, please go to our website at: http://fisheries.org/employment/jobs/

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Editors - Martha Wilson, Sarah Harrison, Beth Beard

Please submit story ideas to: Martha Wilson