Consequences of oral lure retention on the physiology and behaviour of adult northern pike (Esox lucius L.)

@inproceedings{Pullen2017ConsequencesOO,
  title={Consequences of oral lure retention on the physiology and behaviour of adult northern pike (Esox lucius L.)},
  author={Christopher Ernest Pullen and Kristen A. Hayes and Constance M. O’Connor and Robert Arlinghaus and Cory David Suski and Jonathan D Midwood and Steven J Cooke},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract After a fish snaps an angler’s line, the hook(s) still embedded in its mouth, the question arises: what will the encounter cost the fish? The consequences of retained gear on the physiology and behaviour of fish is not well understood. This study aimed to quantify the impact of prolonged exposure to a retained lure (simulated break off in recreational angling) to the physiology and behaviour of northern pike ( Esox lucius ) was studiedin a laboratory setting. A combination of blood… CONTINUE READING
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