Twenty years in Her Majesty’s service 20th Anniversary Cracovia Huchen Angling Club




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Twenty years in Her Majesty’s service - 20th Anniversary Cracovia Huchen Angling Club



Wojciech Łopatka

Cracovia Angling Club ”Głowatka”, Kraków, Poland

Many Huchen were caught in the Dunajec River in the 1970s and 1980s; it was no doubt an excellent time to encounter this fantastic fish. In that period the group of Huchen anglers was rather small and fairly closed. They knew that a new, angler-attractive species had appeared in the Dunajec and were reluctant to share the information. It is thus not surprising that after the rumours of possible liquidation of the only breeding stock in Poland, in Łopuszna, in 1993 the group of anglers established the Angling Club Głowatka.

From the very start, all the activities of the Club were aimed at saving the Huchen in Poland. In 1994 we organised the first Głowatka Cup – a championship or rather a meeting of the Huchen enthusiasts. Thanks to the formula of the Głowatka Cup, where angling equipment donated by our sponsors was auctioned, we gained funds to purchase Huchen fry. We financially supported the breeding station in Łopuszna and stocked the Dunajec and Poprad. Each year we increased the fry purchase while the station in Łopuszna prospered and increased its production. Till now the Głowatka Cup is our biggest annual event. For more than ten years small ichthyological seminars have been held during these three-day meetings. The lecturers who educated the anglers included prof. dr. Krzysztof Goryczko, prof. dr. Andrzej Witkowski, dr. Leszek Augustyn. Dr. Alexander Harsányi from Germany honoured us with his presence.

We entered into cooperation with the authorities of the Communes Łapsze Niżne and Czorsztyn and with the Hydropower Plants Group in Niedzica. The local authorities realised that angling tourism offered a chance to activate the region, and the Huchen might become a tourist magnet especially during the off-season.

Our activities became popular thanks to the anglers’ media. Many reports of our activities were published in the anglers’ press and shown in a TV programme „Taaaka Ryba”.

The Club’s life is not only the Głowatka Cup. The members form a closely-knit, regularly meeting group of anglers of different temperament and education. Angling in good company is the most important thing for them. We have developed our own tradition and a schedule of annual events. One of the great Club traditions is the Christmas Eve in the mountains on the Dunajec, with a folk group and Christams carols. When several dozen men sing “Silent Night” the walls are about to collapse and a tear appears in many an eye. For the Christmas Eve dinner we are often joined by our friends from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine and recently from Latvia. The atmosphere is always very good. Obviously, on this great occasion we fish together.

Many anglers and PZW activists blame the Huchen for the decrease in abundance of the Brown Trout and Grayling. The studies of prof. A. Witkowski and Mr. M. Kowalewski, M. Sc., Eng., show that cyprinids constitute 80% of the diet of the Dunajec Huchen. The studies were conducted in 1978-82 and perhaps at that time white fish was more abundant, but we have no grounds to blame the Huchen for selective consumption of salmonids. The studies showed that the Trout and Grayling formed only 12% of the diet. Perhaps it is just that the “meat” anglers who could not accept the idea of releasing the fish they caught contributed to the situation? Besides, the Trout and Grayling are not more abundant in the rivers where there is no Huchen – so the argument is faulty.

Many anglers and scientists think that the Dunajec, Poprad and San should not be stocked with the Huchen because it is not a native fish. It is true that the presence of the Huchen in these rivers is due to unwise decisions which led to the disappearance of the Salmon and Sea Trout in the Carpathian tributaries of the Vistula. At the same time, the same critics enthusiastically fish for introduced Brown Trout and other salmonids in New Zealand or Chile.

At present, in Poland at the ministry level, a debate is held on the native and alien fish species in our waters. The problem pertains also to the Huchen. As the Kraków Club Głowatka, with support from many anglers, we publicly defend the species in the Dunajec and San systems – the only river systems where it occurs at present. We are anxiously waiting for the minister’s decision.


II INTERNATIONAL HUCHO SYMPOSIUM

Species of the genus Hucho Günther, 1866: population status, conservation, biology, ecology, genetics and culture




19th-22th September 2012, Łopuszna, Poland
LIST OF ABSTRACTS

AUTHOR(S)

TITLE OF PRESENTATION




INVITIED LECTURES

Vasil’eva E. (Russia)

The ichthyofauna of the largest rivers of the northern coast of the Black Sea: the recent scope

Rand P. (USA)

Assessing status of Hucho and Parahucho using IUCN categories and criteria and prioritizing conservation action

Witkowski A., Kowalewski M., Goryczko K., (Poland)

The history of Hucho hucho (L.) in the Polish waters.

Łopatka W. (Poland)

Twenty years in Her Majesty’s service - 20th Anniversary Cracovia Huchen Angling Club


STATUS & CONSERVATION

Hucho taimen & Parahucho perryi

Slowik J., Dgebuadze Y., Mendsaikhan B. (Germany-Russia-Mongolia)

Conservation status and Conservation Action Plans for the Mongolian Taimen, Hucho taimen (Pallas, 1773)

Balbar G. (Mongolia)

Social marketing campaign on the Taimen conservation along the Onon River, Mongolia, with the slogan “Set our Taimen free”

Purev T. (Mongolia)

Taimen conservation initiatives in Mongolia

Makeyev S. (Russia)

Regional conservation strategy of the Sakhalin Taimen (Parahucho perryi)

Akiba K., Edo K., Kawahara M., Oomiya H. (Japan)

The establishment of monitoring procedures to ensure adequate conservation of the endangered salmonid Sakhalin Taimen (Parahucho perryi) in Hokkaido, Japan

Semenchenko A., Zolotukhin S. (Russia)

Current status of the Sakhalin (Parahucho perryi) and Siberian Taimen (Hucho taimen) on the mainland coast of the Sea of Japan and in the Amur River basin

Vasil’eva E. (Russia)

The recent state and presumed future of Hucho and Parahucho species in Russia

STATUS & CONSERVATION

Hucho hucho

Zontág M. (Slovakia)

The current Danube Salmon population of the Váh River

Krajč T., Štencl R., Hurčala P. (Slovakia)

The Danube Salmon – Hucho hucho (Linnaeus, 1758) in Slovakia (protection, breeding and fishing)

Velykopolskiy I., Mruk A. (Ukraine)

The Danube Salmon in the Zakarpatye Region of Ukraine: current state and perspectives

Treer T. (Croatia)

The Huchen (Hucho hucho) in Croatia – past and present

Ivanc M. (Slovenia)

The Danube Salmon - Hucho hucho (Linnaeus, 1758) in Slovenia: distribution, threats, conservation

F. Demény, S. Ferenc Sokoray-Varga, S. Sipos, B. Miljanović, A. Horváth, B. Kovács , B. Urbányi, T. Müller

Distribution, status, research and research opportunities of the Danube Salmon (Hucho hucho) in Hungary

Hegediš A., Marić S., Nikčević M., Mićković B.(Serbia)

The Huchen (Hucho hucho) in Serbia: population status and conservation measure in the last three decades.

Sipos S., Bajić A., Pejčić L., Srećković I., Demény F., Sokoray-Varga S., Müller T., Miljanović B. (Serbia)

Conservation programme of the Danube Salmon, Hucho hucho (Linnaeus, 1758) in Serbia - propagation and rearing experiences

Harsányi A. (Germany)

Gegenwärtige Situation des Huchenbestandes (Hucho hucho) in Bayern

S. Hanfland, B. Laggerbauer, M. von Siemens, J. Schnell (Germany)

Hucho hucho in Bavarian rivers: population data and species conservation strategies for the Danube Salmon

Hanel L., Andreska J., Lusk S. (Czech Republic.)

The Huchen (Hucho hucho) in the Czech Republic – history and the present state

Kot M. (Poland)

The problems of the management of the population of Hucho hucho protected ex situ in the Dunajec basin by the Polish Angling Associaton

Goryczko K., Witkowski A., Kowalewski M., Grudniewska J. (Poland)

The strange story of the Huchen (Hucho hucho) in Poland


Koščo J. (Slovakia)

God save the Queen

PHYLOGEOGRAPHY,

POPULATION GENETICS & EVOLUTION

Edo K., itanishi S, Akiba K., Oomiya H., Kawahara M., Higashi S. (Japan)

Genetic population structure of the endangered salmonid, Sakhalin Taimen Parachucho perry in Japan: implications for conservation

Geist J., Kolahsa M., Gum B., Kuehn R. (Germany)

Conservation genetics of the European Huchen (Hucho hucho): Implications for the management of wild and hatchery populations

Weiss S. (Austria)

Genetic relationships and phylogeographic structure of Hucho hucho, Hucho taimen and Parahucho perryi with special notes on the protection of the Mur River Huchen in Austria

Marić S., Razpet A. Nikolić V., Snoj A., Simonović P.


Genetic diversity of the Huchen (Hucho hucho) in Serbia

Tong G., Yin J., Kuang Y., Xu W.

Analysis of population genetic structure of the Taimen (Hucho taimen) in China

Szulc J., Tański A., Kwiatkowski P., Witkowski A., Formicki K. (Poland)

The effect of static magnetic field on the Danube Salmon. Hucho hucho (L.) sperm motility parameters

Vasil’ev V.P. (Russia)

Parahucho perryi as a possible link between Oncorhynchus and Hucho-Brachymystax group of salmons

Esteve E. (Spain)

Hucho, Parahucho and the phylogeny of behaviour

FARMING, LIVE HISTORY

& REPRODUCTION

Stràňai I. (Slovakia)

Samuel Ivaška – the pioneer in the Danube Salmon farming

Mruk A., Velykopolskiy I. (Ukraine)

Artificial reproduction of the Danube Salmon Hucho hucho (Linnaeus, 1758) in Ukraine

Yin J., Kuang Y., Tong G., Xu W.(China)

Artificial breeding technology of Hucho taimen in China

Grudniewska J., Przybył A., Goryczko K., Andrzejewski A. (Poland)

Preliminary attempts at the Huchen (Hucho hucho) start feeding

Bajić A., Sipos S., Pejčić Lj., Srećković I., Demény F., Sokoray-Varga S., Müller T., Miljanović B. (Serbia)

Rearing and growth of the Danube Salmon, Hucho hucho (L.) in controlled environment during early juvenile stages

Šubjak J. (Slovakia)

The food of the Danube Salmon (Hucho hucho) in Slovak rivers

Ratschan C. (Austria)

Maximum size and distribution limits of the Danube Salmon (Hucho hucho) as a function of river size and geology in Austria and Bavaria

Andreji J., Stràňai I. (Slovakia)

Growth parametres of the Danube Salmon (Hucho hucho Linnaeus, 1758) under natural and farm conditions

Popiołek M., Witkowski A., Kotusz J., Kusznierz J. (Poland)

Parasites of fishes of the genera Hucho and Parahucho - the state of knowledge and threats

Bochkarev N.A, Romanov V.I. (Russia)

Current status and morphological characteristics of the Taimen (Hucho taimen) in Siberian waters

Makeyev S. (Russia)


The Taimen (Hucho taimen) hatchery reproduction experience on Sakhalin

Posters

II INTERNATIONAL HUCHO SYMPOSIUM

Species of the genus Hucho Günther, 1866: population status, conservation, biology, ecology, genetics and culture




19th-22th September 2012, Łopuszna, Poland

GENERAL PROGRAMME

19.09.2012/ Wednesday

17:00-18:00 Registration Desk







19:00-20:00 Supper




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20.09.2012/ Thursday

7:15-8:30 Breakfast







8:00-9:00 Registration Desk







9:00-9:15 Opening Ceremony







9:15-10:35 Conference Session I (80’)

Invited lectures







10:35-10:50 Questions & Answers







10:50-11:10 Coffee break







11:10-11:55 Conference Session II (45’)

Phyleography, population gentics & evolution







11:55-12:10 Coffee break







12:25-14:10 Conference Session III (105’)

Farming, live history, reproduction







14:10-14:25 Questions & Answers







14:25 Dinner







15:30-17:00 Huchen Farm at Łopuszna /visit/







17:45-19:15 Poster Session IV







19:30→ Conference banquet




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21.09.2012/ Friday

7:00-8:30 Breakfast







9:00-10:00 Conference Session V (60’)

Status & conservation - H. taimen, Parahucho perryi







10:00-10:10 Coffee break

10:10-11:25 Conference Session VI (75’)

Status & conservationH. Hucho







11:25-11:40 Questions & Answers







11:40-12:20 Lunch







12:20-17:00 Excursion/ Rafting on the Dunajec R.







17:30-21:00 20th Anniversary Hucho Angling Club – Pieniny National Park (Sromowce Niźne) – Hotel “Nad Przełomem




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22.09.2012/Saturday

7:00-8:30 Breakfast

8:30-10:15 Conference Session VII (75’)

Status & conservation – H. hucho

10:15-10:30 Coffee break

10:30-11:15 Conference Session VII (45’)

Status & conservation – H. hucho – cont.

11:15-12:00 Summing up & Conclusions

12:00 Lunch









12:30 GOODBYE ☻




II INTERNATIONAL HUCHO SYMPOSIUM

Species of the genus Hucho Günther, 1866: population status, conservation, biology, ecology, genetics and culture




19th-22th September 2012, Łopuszna, Poland

PROGRAMME

Wednesday 19.09.2012 1700-1800




Registration Desk

1900-2000




Supper










Thursday 20.09.2012 715-830

800 -900

900 -915




Breakfast

Registration desk

OPENING CEREMONY

Session I

(80’)

Chairman

R. Bartel (PL)

INVITED LECTURES


915-935

Vasil’eva E. (Russia)

The ichthyofauna of the largest rivers of the northern coast of the Black Sea: the recent scope

935-955

Rand P. (USA)

Assessing status of Hucho and Parahucho using IUCN categories and criteria and prioritizing conservation action

955-1015

Witkowski A., Kowalewski M., Goryczko K. (Poland)

The history of Hucho hucho (L.) in the Polish waters.

1015-1035

Łopatka W. (Poland)

Twenty years in Her Majesty’s service - 20th Anniversary Cracovia Huchen Angling Club


1035-1050




Questions & Answers

1050-1110




Coffee break

Session II

(45’)

Chairman

A. Hegediš (SER)

PHYLEOGOGRAPHY POPULATION GENETICS & EVOLUTION,

1110-1125

Geist J., Kolahsa M., Gum B., Kuehn R. (Germany)

Conservation genetics of the European Huchen (Hucho hucho): Implications for the management of wild and hatchery populations

1125-1140

Weiss S. (Austria)

Genetic relationships and phylogeographic structure of Hucho hucho, Hucho taimen and Parahucho perryi with special notes on the protection of the Mur River Huchen in Austria

1140-1155

Szulc J., Tański A., Kwiatkowski P., Witkowski A., Formicki K. (Poland)

The effect of static magnetic field on the Danube Salmon. Hucho hucho (L.) sperm motility parameters

1155-1210




Coffee break

Session III (105’)


Chairman

J. Juchniewicz (PL)


FARMING, LIVE HISTORY & REPRODUCTION

1225-1240

Stràňai I. (Slovakia)

Samuel Ivaška – the pioneer in the Danube salmon farming

1240-1255

Bajić A., Sipos S., Pejčić Lj., Srećković I., Demény F., Sokoray-Varga S., Müller T., Miljanović B. (Serbia)

Rearing and growth of the Danube Salmon, Hucho hucho (L.) in controlled environment during early juvenile stages

1255-1310

Andreji J., Stràňai I. Slovakia)

Growth parametres of the Danube Salmon (Hucho hucho Linnaeus, 1758) under natural and farm conditions

1310-1325

Makeyev S. (Russia)

The Taimen (Hucho taimen) hatchery reproduction experience on Sakhalin

1325-1340

Sipos S., Bajić A., Pejčić L., Srećković I., Demény F., Sokoray-Varga S., Müller T., Miljanović B. (Serbia)

Conservation programme of the Danube Salmon, Hucho hucho (Linnaeus, 1758) in Serbia - propagation and rearing experiences

1340-1355

Šubjak J. (Slovakia)

The food of the Danube Salmon (Hucho hucho) in Slovak rivers

1355-1410

Yin J., Kuang Y., Tong G., Xu W.(China)

Artificial breeding technology of Hucho taimen in China

1410-1425




Questions & Answers

1425




Dinner

1530-1700




Huchen Farm at Łopuszna /visit/

Poster

Sesion IV

1745-1915

Chariman

Jan Kotusz (PL)

POSTER SESION


1930 - ∞




Conference banquet










Friday

21.09.2012 700-830





Breakfast

Session V

(60’)

Chairman

A. Harsanyi (GER)

STATUS & CONSERVATION:

Hucho taimen, Parahucho perryi

900-915

Slowik J., Dgebuadze Y., Mendsaikhan B. (Germany-Russia-Mongolia)P

Conservation status and Conservation Action Plans for the Mongolian Taimen, Hucho taimen (Pallas, 1773)

915-930

Purev T.

(Mongolia)



Conservation of Siberian taimen (Hucho taimen) in Mongolia

930-945

Makeyev S. (Russia)

Regional conservation strategy of the Sakhalin Taimen (Parahucho perryi)

945-1000

Vasil’eva E. (Russia)

The recent state and presumed future of Hucho and Parahucho species in Russia

1000-1010




Coffee break

Session VI (75’)


Chairman

L. Hanel (CZ)

STATUS & CONSERVATION:

Hucho Hucho

1010-1025

Zontag M. (Slovakia)

The current Danube Salmon population of the Váh River

1025-1040

Treer T. (Croatia)

The Huchen (Hucho hucho) in Croatia – past and present

1040-1055

Ivanc M. (Slovenia)

The Danube Salmon - Hucho hucho (Linnaeus, 1758) in Slovenia: distribution, threats, conservation

1055-1110

Demény F., Sokoray V. S., Sipos S., Miljanović B., Horwath A., Kovacs B., Urbanyi B., Müller T. (Hungary-Serbia)

Distribution, status, research and research opportunities of the Danube Salmon (Hucho hucho) in Hungary

1110-1125

Harsanyi A. (Germany)

Gegenwärtige Situation des Huchenbestandes (Hucho hucho) in Bayern

1125-1140




Questions & Answers

1140-1220




Lunch

1220-1700

Excursion/ Rafting

On the Dunajec R.

1730-2130

20th Anniv. Hucho Angling

Club - Sromowce Niżne – Hotel “Nad Przełomem”




Saturday

22.09.2012 700-830





Breakfast

Session VII (130’)


Chairman

J. Koščo (SK)


STATUS & CONSERVATION

Hucho Hucho

830-845

S. Hanfland, B. Laggerbauer, M. von Siemens, J. Schnell (Germany)

Hucho hucho in Bavarian rivers: population data and species conservation strategies for the Danube Salmon

845-900

Ratschan C. (Austria)

Maximum size and distribution limits of the Danube Salmon (Hucho hucho) as a function of river size and geology in Austria and Bavaria

900-915

Hanel L., Andreska J., Lusk S. (Czech Republic.)

The Huchen (Hucho hucho) in the Czech Republic – history and the present state

945-1000

Hegediš A., Marić S., Nikčević M., Mićković B. (Serbia)

The Huchen (Hucho hucho) in Serbia: population status and conservation measure in the last three decades.

1000-1015

Sipos S., Bajić A., Pejčić Lj., Srećkovič I., Demény F., Sokoray-Varga S., Müller T., Miljanović B. (Serbia)

Conservation programme of the Danube Salmon, Hucho hucho (Linnaeus, 1758) in Serbia - propagation and rearing experiences

1015-1030




Coffee break

1030-1045

Kot M. (Poland)

The problems of the management of the population of Hucho hucho protected ex situ in the Dunajec basin by the Polish Angling Associaton

1045-1100

Goryczko K., Witkowski A., Kowalewski M., Grudniewska J. (Poland)

The strange story of the Huchen (Hucho hucho) in Poland

1100-1115

Koščo J. (Slovakia)

God save the Queen

1015-1200

Goryczko K. (PL), Harsanyi A. (GER), Kośćo J. (SK), Kotusz J. (PL), Makeyev S. (RUS), Marić S. (SER), Wroblewski M. (USA)


SUMMING UP & CONCLUSIONS

1200




Lunch

1230




GOODBYE


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