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Bring elva tilbake

Ten years ago Waikakahi Stream in South Canterbury New Zealand was in bad shape. Today, thanks to the local community, farmers, scientists and environmentalists, it looks like a different river. The water is cleaner, the fish are healthier and more plentiful and river banks are stable and full of plants and insects. It shows what can be done when people work together.

This initiative is part of the NIWA-led Aquatic Rehabilitation programme, which is delivered in collaboration with Cawthron Institute, Environment Canterbury, DairyNZ, Fish & Game, and the broader Dairy Best Practice Catchments Project also involving AgResearch.

IKKE bruk hansker på fisk

The danger of using tailing gloves on Atlantic Salmon and Brook Trout. The tailing glove/white glove/fish slime glove has become popular from TV shows in the last 10 years or more. When asking people why they use a tailing glove the response is almost always "it makes it easier to handle a fish!" Of course they are right, but the cost of using one is the loss of the protective slime coat of the fish...The ole "slimy fish glove handshake" comes out and everyone figures the fish is fine. The fish is NOT fine, you have just removed it's only protection from pathogens and diseases found in the water. Most commonly for Atlantic Salmon and Brook Trout is saprolegnia (fungus) that will grow on the open wound and eventually take over and kill the fish or make an easy meal for predators. The video is proof of what happens and hopefully anyone that uses or has used gloves in the past will never use them again in the future!

Fillet Oh Fish - Dokumentar

Shocking Insight into the Fish Farm Industry. Everybody agrees that fish is healthy. In 40 years, its global consumption has doubled. Each year, the market needs to find more fishes and new ways of production. Where does the fish of our daily sushi come from? How is it fed? In which water does it live? A dramatic investigation about healthy food...or maybe not? Just what exactly is inside - the Fillet of Farmed Fish!

Lakselus, sjøørret og laks

Lakselus er i utgangspunktet en naturlig parasitt som til alle tider har vært å finne på vill laksefisk. Lakseluspresset på villfisken har økt i de senere år, noe som har fått store konsekvenser - særlig for sjøørreten. Filmen beskriver overvåking av lakselus på vill laksefisk, gjennomført av NINAs forskere sommeren 2014

Instruksjon i fang og slipp

Live Release contributes to increasing spawning success and the health of future runs of wild Atlantic salmon. This video offers anglers the opportunity to watch good live release technique and offers clear advice in a variety of situations - all photographed on a magical salmon river. ASF, FQSA and the Quebec Government partnered to produce it.

Barentshavet - en skattekiste

Hoppende fisk i Varde Å

Laks og ørreder forsøger at slippe forbi Meyers Dambrug ved Sig i Varde Å. Mange banker mod betonen, men opstemningen her kan forceres, hvis laksene er heldige at ramme rigtigt. Andre opstemninger har et langt beton fald hvor vandet falder ned og her slår laksefiskene sig næsten bevistløse når de forsøger at kæmpe sig op. For eksempel ved Ansager Å i Ansager by. Opstemningen i Sig er nu nedlagt i forbindelse med det store EU LIFE snæbelprojekt der skal hjælpe snæblen med at kunne vandre og gyde i de Vestjyske åer igen. Som det ses sidst i filmen så har snæblen nu ikke længere problemer med at forcere det lange stenstryg - nu er det kun kano sejlerne som får masser af extra oplevelser på turen ned af Varde Å. :) Tænk at man ikke bare lavede stenstryg da man lavede dambrugene og opstemningerne.

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