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This Week: Pre-Season Discounts Extended Extra Week – Mention “Fishy Times” to Get Extension!
Reminder! ROFFS™ Pre-Season Discounts!
We are continue to offer five special discounted plans this fishing season, which extends from March 01 to Nov. 30, 2016. These plans apply to our offshore recreational fishing analyses along the U.S. East Coast, Bahamas, Gulf of Mexico, and Cabo San Lucas.
With seasonal discount plans all analyses must be requested by Nov. 30, 2016. There is no carry-over of unused analyses unless we cannot provide the analysis. All analyses ordered between Dec. 01, 2016 and Feb. 28, 2017 will be charged the full individual analysis price. All analyses are available in color via email (as PDF), or in black and white via fax. When considering what plan you want, remember that every fishing trip Is important. Please click HERE to read more about ROFFS™ pre-season discount plans on our website now! Gills and Pills: Fish Testing Positive for Cocaine, Anti-Depressants
Fish found in Washington’s Puget Sound are tripping on cocaine, Prozac, Advil, Benadryl, and Lipitor. Unfortunately, there is no aquatic drug dealer responsible for it. Instead, the intoxication is the result of tainted discharge water.
Pharmaceutical pollution could be to blame for the many drugs showing up in the tissues of juvenile Chinook salmon. Estuary waters near the sewage treatment plants were found to contain a cocktail of up to 81 different drugs, according to a new study out of the National Oceanie and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
There are several plausible theories about the Puget Sound’s high concentration of drug-infused water. Jim Meador, an environmental toxicologist at the NOAA’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center in Seattle, published a study that offered two options.
One possibility is that people in the areas around the Puget Sound use more of the detected drugs. However, it is also likely that the problem lies with the treatment of waste water. Above: Image Courtesy Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters Please click HERE to read more on Gills and Pills on our website now!
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