NERAC

AcronymDefinition
NERACNuclear Energy Research Advisory Committee
NERACNew England Research Application Center (Storrs, CT)
NERACNorth East Regional Archive Council (UK)
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But NERAC officials confirmed that the fish is the very first pike caught from Widehaugh in more than 40 years, and an older member stated no one has caught a pike there since 1960.
In 2004, NETIMAC was split into two advisory councils: ETIMAC (Educational Technology and Information Management Advisory Council) and NERAC (Nursing Education Research Advisory Council).
The heaviest fish off NERAC Waters was a 28lb salmon landed by Peter Fitzpatrick.
Out on NERAC Waters, Jim Hopkins landed a 19lb salmon on the fly, while Paul Gold landed one of 17lb on a Yellow and Gold Tube Fly.
The NERAC caught five, the Northumbrian Anglers Federation having had one.
LabBook is a strategic partner of IBM, John Wiley & Sons, NERAC, and the National Foundation for Cancer Research.
SEASON catches to date for NERAC are 324 salmon and 121 sea-trout; a record season.
NERAC members have had a record season with 390 fish to date.
NERAC members had a great week and among their catches was a first-ever fish for Jim Fitzpatrick from Washington, who lost a huge 25lb salmon but then broke his duck catching three grilse of 4lb, 5lb and 6lb and only keeping one.
We are pleased NERAC is implementing the `Direct Links with ISI ResearchSoft' program," said Barbara Colton, ISI Vice President of Business Development.
NERAC members have had sport with surface lures that make a wake that can be irresistible to sea-trout.