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Hi All
I picked this up from the LRSA minutes and thought some might like to read it. Chuck might be able to boil it down to its simply form.
Have a great day waiting for Friday - at least the weather is looking good!
Paul

Subject: Science Advisory Report - Impact of Grey Seals on Fish Populations
Yesterday, the Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat released the Science Advisory Report (SAR) "Impacts of Grey Seals on Fish Populations in Eastern Canada". The link to the document is below for your information.
http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/csas-sccs/Publications/SAR-AS/2010/2010_071-eng.html
 

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Hey mushamush,

I'm sure this doesn't surprise any of us Anglers. Seals are dirty parasite spreaders that eat fish and their population is growing exponentially. More seals eat more fish. Amazing science.

No wonder fishstocks aren't rebounding. If only PETA could understand this simple (almost childlike) premise.

Also I'm wondering if they are taking into account the seal predation in freshwater systems. They've been heading up rivers and into lakes for years. Now there's an invasive species!

Terran
 
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