Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays from The Fisheries Blog!

We at The Fisheries Blog Steve, Patrick, and Dana— want to extend a huge thanks to those who have read our weekly posts, as well as to several incredible guest writers who graced our pages over the last year.  Further, thank you for the positive feedback about our content.  We are glad to hear you have not only been informed but also entertained.

We plan to continue providing forward thinking and pertinent fishery information into 2013.  We will be taking the next few weeks off to catch up with friends and family, and in the meantime, we would love to hear from you (leave a comment below, or shoot us an email TheFisheriesBlog@gmail.com).

With this short two week break, we won’t have our usual Monday morning post on December 24th or December 31st.  For those of you logging on faithfully, we don’t want your weekly need of fish-related news to go unsatisfied!  Therefore, until we return on January 7th, we have compiled some fun links and materials to provide you with excellent holiday party conversation pieces.

Thanks for a great 2012, and we look forward to seeing you right here in 2013!

Dana, Patrick, and Steve

Some interesting reads:
*Mercury in Fog
*Fish Fraud
*Fish Romance
*Raging Hormones

Top 5 posts from TFB in 2012!
1.  Book Review: Overfishing
2.  Fracking harms fish
3.  The forgotten name in sport fish restoration
4.  Bottom of the barrel
5.  Mercury in fish: What should I eat?

And finally, who says fish don’t get into the holiday spirit!
Christmas darter
Christmas wrasse
Holiday darter
Candycane goby
Reindeer wrasse 

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Susan Cooney says:

    Monday morning always brings a delight of information from The Fisheries Blog. Patrick, Dana and Steve, along with guest hosts, thank you for providing these weekly 2012 blogs with intelligent, interesting insights of fish biology and their environment. Certainly, I look forward to your 2013 blogs. Happy holidays to you and your families! Susan Cooney

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