No more warnings, say federal fisheries officials, for those it catches fishing illegally — even in waters declared legal by the state.
See what a GoPro sees when a large Napoleon wrasse swallows it and spits it out!
See what a GoPro sees when a large Napoleon wrasse swallows it then spits it out!
Just before the start of the conference entitled Managing Our Nations Fisheries 3, in Washington D.C. (where I am as I write), comes a revealing new report that documents the differences between commercial and recreational fishing in this country in terms of harvest and economics. You can read the full report prepared by Southwick Associates for the American Sportfishing Association (ASA) from most-recent available data, but some of the most interesting highlights include these:
The Remarkable Productivity of Louisiana’s Calcasieu Lake Promises Fast Action and Satisfaction for Inshore-Slam Seekers
Observations and obfuscations from a major national fisheries conference
A substantial increase in catch quotas? Pinch me!
Why would anyone pay a small fortune for tiny bits of rhino’s horn, tiger’s eyeball, dog’s penis, monkey’s head, turtle’s blood and pickled rat fetus?
How Fisherman-Friendly Are the Airlines?
Declaring the stock officially rebuilt, federal fishery managers are proposing a far more generous and longer season for black sea bass.