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Brown Tide Culprit Uniquely Suited to Thrive in Environmentally Impacted Estuaries
With the New Year comes new challenges to fish in our world’s oceans and one of the major concerns is the expansion of hypoxic zones. That’s the scientific name but more recreational anglers are becoming aware of them as “dead zones.”
The BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico was, in effect, a huge experiment and scientists want to know what that oil may do to the plants and animals that live in the Gulf — from sea grasses to turtles to giant bluefin tuna.
The last time recreational anglers or commercial fishermen could legally harvest a Goliath grouper, the species was still called a jewfish.
Sector Allocations, Gag Grouper, Goliath Grouper, Amberjack
2/24/11 - A united coalition of fishing, hunting and sporting organizations from nearly every U.S. state joined together to ask the federal Environmental Protection Agency to use its authority to protect Bristol Bay, Alaska from the dangers of the proposed Pebble Mine.
Following spill, Resource Trustees seeking multiple rounds of public input
RFA-NJ Says Coastal Anglers Will Fish Free in Garden State Waters in 2011
NOAA will survey recreational fishermen to estimate their annual fishing expenses
Anglers frustrated with unrealistic implementation of Magnuson-Stevens Act