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Old 12-16-2011, 02:27 PM
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RI Seminar to Focus on Mycobacteriosis in Striped Bass

Charter captain Jim White of White Ghost Charters will present a lecture on the prevalence of mycobacteriosis in striped bass.

White has followed and researched the occurrence of mycobacteriosis—a fatal bacterial fish disease—in East Coast striped bass since 1989. His more than 75 articles on the subject have appeared in such periodicals as The Fisherman, Shallow Water Angler, N.J. Angler, Virginia Sportsman, Sport Fishing, Fly Fishing in Saltwaters, the RISAA Newsletter and many others.



http://boatinglocal.com/fishing/ri-s...iped-bass.html



The presentation will take place on Monday, December 26, at 7:00 p.m. at the West Valley Inn in Warwick, Rhode Island.
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Old 12-28-2011, 10:20 AM
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What is Mycobacteriosis?


http://www.maine.gov/dmr/recreationa...ts/mycoFAQ.pdf


I have enough trouble just spelling it
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