‘if he had remained I might have shown him that my grip was not much more feeble than his own.’

“Holmes chuckled heartily. ‘Your conversation is most entertaining,’ said he. “When you go out close the door, for there is a decided draught.’

‘I will go when I’ve had my say. Don’t you dare to meddle with my affairs. I know that Miss Stoner has been here – I traced her! I am a dangerous man to fall afoul of! See here.’ He stepped forward, seized the poker, and bent it into a curve with his huge brown hands.

‘See that you keep yourself out of my grip,’ he snarled, and hurling the twisted poker into the fireplace, he strode out of the room.

‘He seems a very amiable person,’ said Holmes, laughing. ‘I am not quite so bulky, but if he had remained I might have shown him that my grip was not much more feeble than his own.’ As he spoke he picked up the steel poker, and with a sudden effort straightened it out again.”

From “The Adventure of the Speckled Band“, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1883

 

 

 

 

March 3, 2017 – Maine Fishermen Set Lobster Record for Seventh Straight Year

May 18, 2017 – Maine Is Drowning in Lobsters

The market is booming, but it’s not making anybody rich.

June 5, 2017 – Scientists gather in Maine to study drop in lobster population

July 18, 2017 – Maine’s lobster business is booming despite record catches.

July 20, 2017 – Maine’s Lobster Industry Thriving, Despite Slow Start
 

 

 

January 23, 2016 – Vietnam’s seafood exports reach breakthrough results in 2016 

Vietnam’s seafood exports grew year-on-year in 2016, despite the environmental disasters impacting the Vietnamese coastline in the first part of last year, Vnexpress reported.

The country collected $7 billion from seafood exports in 2016, up 7.4% y-o-y, data from the Vietnam association of seafood exporters and producers (Vasep) showed.

March 14, 2017 – Viet Nam seafood exports: Endless obstacles 

 

 

 

 

 

You can see by the two sets of quotes immediately above that the folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including the seafood.

It’s October, 2017, and Nature is booming and burgeoning to a level not seen in my lifetime. Since that statement directly refutes our State Religion, which holds that “Poor Mother Gaia is Dying, Crushed by the Virus-Like Burden of Makind“, I’ve appended numerous recent examples below to support it.

One of them includes “Maine Fishermen Set Lobster Record for Seventh Straight Year.” I just got back from Maine, and ate a lot of lobster, up there. Believe me, there’s no use presenting the fact of seven consecutive largest-in-history lobster seasons to someone not ready to assimilate the information. Same as telling them about the third record year in a row for Norwegian whitefish exports. Which is why I choose to have the reader come of their own volition to an Obscure Internet Forum to read my natterings on the subject.

The slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of simple, inexpensive orgonite devices in the vicinity of the Death-energy infrastructure that many still mistakenly presume only carries cell phone traffic and weather radar data has tipped the planet’s energy balance back to the positive, and we’re seeing amazing, epochal positive changes at every level of our reality. Which is really bad news for the people who built and maintain and expand the network – the folks who’ve ruled us from the shadows all the way back to Babylon, and before.

Which is why they are explaining the phenomenon away in a rigid, formulaic manner in their controlled media outlets in every nation, as I’ve elucidated below.

In response to the great resurgence of life we’re seeing around the world, what we euphemistically call “secret agents” are engaged in ongoing animal-killing operations, in an attempt to prop up the “Poor Mother Gaia is Dying” confidence game on behalf of the barely-closeted Death worshippers they work for.

The words “mystery“, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything.

Those previous two paragraphs are why a headline below reads: “The Mystery Of The Dead Alewives Of Seneca Lake.”

Fortunately for everyone except them, a controlled media and psy-ops performed by deviant footpads isn’t going to stop, or even remotely slow the great, epochal positive changes that we’re witnessing, the positive changes that I’ve been documenting here in this thread for well over three years, now. In fact, these tactics will only speed the demise of those using them.

It’s a great time to be alive, don’t you think?

 

 

 

 

January 13, 2015 – U.S. Fish and Seafood Exports Reach Record Levels

 

January 23, 2016 – Vietnam’s seafood exports reach breakthrough results in 2016 …

Vietnam’s seafood exports grew year-on-year in 2016, despite the environmental disasters impacting the Vietnamese coastline in the first part of last year, Vnexpress reported.

The country collected $7 billion from seafood exports in 2016, up 7.4% y-o-y, data from the Vietnam association of seafood exporters and producers (Vasep) showed.

 

January 4, 2017 – 3rd record year in a row for Norwegian whitefish exports

 

March 3, 2017 – Maine Fishermen Set Lobster Record for Seventh Straight Year 

 

May 18, 2017 – Maine Is Drowning in Lobsters

The market is booming, but it’s not making anybody rich.

Sustainable fisheries practices alone can’t really explain why today’s lobster take is more than seven times the pre-2000 average. What can? The most universally accepted answer seems to be that depletion of the fish that used to eat young lobsters (mainly cod, landings of which peaked in Maine in 1991 and have fallen 99.2 percent since) has allowed a lot more lobsters to grow big enough for people to catch and eat them. The tragedy of one commons has brought unprecedented bounty to another

Warming ocean temperatures have also improved lobster survival rates. Canada’s Atlantic provinces have experienced a lobster boom similar to Maine’s. Not so in the New England states to the south and west of Maine, where the water is now apparently a little too warm and lobster harvests peaked in the 1990s. Within Maine, which now accounts for more than 80 percent of U.S. lobsters, the sweet spot for lobstering has moved from the state’s southern coast to the cooler northeast.

 

March 7, 2017 – ABARES Outlook: Value of Australia’s agriculture sector to peak after three years of strong growth

The value of Australia’s agricultural sector is tipped to break another record this financial year, peaking at $63.8 billion.

But after three years of solid growth, the national commodity forecaster expects it will be a high-water mark which will remain unmatched for at least five years.

An “exceptional” season for wheat and barley production should push the gross value of crop production up more than 20 per cent this year to $33.9 billion, ABARES said.

 

March 14, 2017 – Viet Nam seafood exports: Endless obstacles

 

April 2, 2017 – 2016 sets B.C. agrifood and seafood export record for fourth year in a row

 

April 13, 2017 – Prince William Sound is expecting the largest pink salmon harvest on record this year,

 

April 29, 2017 – Two new bird species recorded in Bhutan – The Bhutanese

 

May 21, 2017 – Positive outlook for Sri Lanka’s exports in 1Q 2017 – The Island

The value of Seafood exports increased by 18% in the first quarter of 2017 …

 

June 5, 2017 – Scientists gather in Maine to study drop in lobster population

 

June 5, 2017 – Pistachio exports soar after 2017 record harvest

 

June 7, 2017 – India’s Seafood Export at all-time High in 2016-17

 

June 15, 2017 – Fishing report: Russian flush with reds

Sunday morning’s opener at the confluence of the Russian River and Kenai River saw a lot of happy anglers.

By midmorning, fishermen of all ages were hooking into some of the famous sockeye salmon bound for the Russian River, a snow-fed tributary of the Kenai River. The daily bag limit for the confluence area and on the Russian River is three fish per day with six in possession, and many anglers were already packing out their fish before noon.

Sockeye hit the Russian River hard this year. As of Tuesday, 4,417 sockeye had passed the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s weir on Lower Russian Lake, more than twice as many as by the same date in 2016.

The Russian River is separated into two distinct runs, demarcated on July 15. The early run is managed for an escapement goal of 22,000–42,000 fish, and the late run is managed for a run of 30,000 – 110,000 fish. The runs vary from year to year, both in size and timing. This year, it looks like the early run may have a high few days and then peter out, based on what’s coming up at Fish and Game’s king salmon sonar at river mile 14, said Jason Pawluk, the assistant area management biologist for the Division of Sportfish in Soldotna.

There are still fish congregating in the sanctuary of the Russian River confluence area, and the sonar registered some major pulses of fish headed up the river, with the peak still set to hit the area, he said.

 

July 1, 2017 – The Mystery Of The Dead Alewives Of Seneca Lake

 

July 5, 2017 – Record-setting numbers of breeding bald eagles now in NY state

Bald eagles are thriving in New York State, with 323 breeding pairs reported so far this year by the state Department of Environmental Conservation – the largest number of birds since the agency began a restoration effort in 1976.

 

July 18, 2017 – Maine’s lobster business is booming despite record catches

 

July 20, 2017 – Maine’s Lobster Industry Thriving, Despite Slow Start 

 

July 20, 2017 – Record year for rare bird fledging in Ouse Washes

A record number of rare black-winged stilts have fledged from their nests on the Ouse Washes in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk.

They are usually found in Southern Europe but the RSPB has spent years creating an ideal marshy habitat for them to breed on.

Once an extremely rare visitor to the UK, numbers arriving in the UK have increased in recent years, probably in part due to changes in climate.

 

July 27, 2017 – Florida – Lobster mini-season closes with satisfied, tired divers

Numbers might not have been great this year on the Treasure Coast, but those who found them found big ones,” said Steven Wood, manager of Deep Six Watersports and Dive Shop in Jensen Beach.

(doesn’t provide the ‘not-great’ numbers – ed)

“There were many reports of 5- to 10-pounders caught. And lots of people were happy with the conditions since the ocean was flat and visibility was great pretty much everywhere.”

 

August 1, 2017 – Ryan Matuzak: Salmon and alewife equal big smiles

The spirit of salmon fishing is in the air once again in the Grand Traverse region. Anglers from everywhere are showing up to try their hand at capturing these highly prized fish.

As Michigan’s salmon and trout planting numbers have been adjusted to accommodate the available alewife population, it appears that the DNR’s strategy may be paying off for this year’s runs of salmon.

Reducing the numbers planted helped allowed for growth in the alewife population over a few year classes. Most fishing trips this year in our area have had salmon catches since May. Early this season, Grand Traverse Bay fishing had numerous 2-year-old kings. These fish were there feeding on alewife.

Adults also started showing up right away in light numbers along the Lake Michigan shoreline. That was something we had missed around here for a few years. These fish area very healthy and exceptionally well fed. The bait fish numbers we are seeing on the boats along the shoreline this year is the most in over 15 years. Some days there is bait on the fish finder the entire time. Along with the bait, higher water levels help too. The salmon should have no problem finding their way to the perfect spawning grounds. Things are really looking great for feeding Lake Michigan salmon and trout for the immediate future.

Adult king salmon we are seeing average over 15 pounds, with many fish over the 20-pound mark. Recently, anglers have been seeing a few fish over 30 pounds in nearly every port in our area. In addition to the king salmon, the coho salmon and steelhead action have been getting better each trip. Fishing for lake trout in our area has been phenomenal with all sizes showing up in every port. With that kind of action, anglers have been filling the parking lots of all boat launches, booking lots of charters and lining the piers. Smiles for miles!

 

August 8, 2017 – Connecticut – A tale of herring do: Record number of fish spotted swimming up the Mystic

The Mystic River Watershed Association reports volunteers counted 40% more herring swimming up the river to spawn at the Mystic Lakes this year than last year.

The 630,000 or so anadromous fish counted between April and June is the largest number ever recorded, the association says. A new fish ladder installed in the Aberjona River north of the lakes could let some of the fish reach as far inland as Woburn next year.
September 27, 2017 – Arkansans harvest record number of alligators during 2017 season

In two long weekends, Arkansas hunters harvested 94 alligators during the 2017 alligator hunting season, eclipsing the previous record of 66 taken in 2016.

(a 42% increase – they made me do the math because just printing the numbers softens it and makes it less impactful – ed)

Mark Barbee, AGFC biologist at the Monticello Regional Office who coordinates the annual hunt, says the increase is largely the result of increased permits being available to hunt.

 

August 18, 2017 – U.K. – Record numbers of waders breed at Dove Stone

Thanks to an ongoing bog restoration programme, record numbers of two wader species were recorded at Dove Stone RSPB in the Peak District this summer.

RSPB staff and volunteer surveyors recorded 49 pairs of Dunlin at the Saddleworth site, up 25 per cent from the 39 pairs counted in 2014 and up five pairs on last year’s total. European Golden Plover numbers increased by a fifth, rising from 92 in 2014 to 110 this summer.
August 28, 2017 – Alaska Salmon Season Winds Down With Record Catches, But Low Pink Salmon Numbers

Alaska’s salmon season is winding down and while catches have made the record books in some regions, the statewide take will fall a bit short of the 204 million fish forecast.

 

 

October 2, 2017 – Goldfinches flock to British gardens in record numbers, claim Garden BirdWatch survey

ONE of Britain’s most beautiful songbirds has had a golden year, a UK-wide study revealed yesterday.

Goldfinches are being seen in record numbers in gardens after a healthy breeding season, said the British Trust for Ornithology’s Garden BirdWatch survey.

The birds, whose adults have crimson faces and gold wing bars, are being reported in twice as many gardens as normal.

Last month goldfinches were reported in 61 per cent of the weekly submissions sent in by the 15,000 GBW volunteers who monitor their gardens compared with a 20-year averagefor the same month of 30 per cent.

The average maximum number seen in a garden at any one time last month was four birds compared with the average of two.

But some gardens have had flocks of up to 20 birds at any one time.

The BTO said that in the autumn goldfinches, whose young still lack the red faces of the adults, form feeding flocks.

A spokesman said: “Our preliminary results show an average maximum count of four with some seeing over 20 at a time. “Some of you might see goldfinches in the garden all year round but they aren’t necessarily the same individuals.

“Wintering goldfinches move around in search of food. Goldfinches are a partial migrant and while many will stay in the UK some will migrate to France and Spain.”

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