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Topic: Canary Rockfish Collection - Moss Landing Marine Lab - Anglers Needed  (Read 559 times)

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I'm passing on the following for interested anglers:
Riverwatcher LT
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Greetings!

I am a graduate student at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories and am working on a project that analyzes the geographic variation in growth rates, age, and sex of Canary Rockfish along the US West Coast.  We are looking for a crew of anglers to come and help us collect canary rockfish for this project aboard the New Sea Angler with captain Rick Powers out of Bodega Bay.

I am looking for 10-12 volunteer anglers to help with sampling on January 22nd, 23rd, and/or the 24th, but it is all dependent on weather. The plan is to meet at the Bodega Bay Sportfishing Center around 6:30AM for a departure time of 7:00AM and we will return to port around 3:00PM.

The goal is to head out to Cordell Bank and other fishing sites based on Rick's recommendation to collect 100 canary rockfish total across all sample days--Also, we will be fishing deep and shallow! (150-300ft), so please prepare accordingly. Weights and shrimp flies will be provided but we ask that you supply your own rods. 

Unfortunately, we won't know if the trip is a go until a couple of days before. If you are interested in coming along, please respond with your dates of interest and a phone number to contact you with.

Thank you!
Rachel

Rachel Brooks

Graduate Student | Ichthyology Lab

Moss Landing Marine Laboratories

rbrooks@mlml.calstate.edu

cell: (530)574-1873
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Azkikr

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Do u have a weblink?


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No, She didn't send a web link.  Rachel only left her phone # and e-mail as shown.....
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100 canaries should take about 15 minutes!


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  • Wow! It's COLD at 6 am!!!!!
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If only during crab fest weekend :smt012
Fell out of fall, forgot how cold winter gets!!! Here fishy fishy... No more wake boats!!!! Let's fish (After 10am though)


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“All men are equal before fish.”
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