New Science Paves the Way for Future of Flats Fishery Conservation


Imagine a fishery worth hundreds of millions of dollars annually, for which virtually no data existed to inform management. Until recently, that was the case for the recreational fishery for bonefish, tarpon and permit.

The current special issue of the scientific journal Environmental Biology of Fishes, focused on bonefish and tarpon, highlights exciting new research that will help manage these economically important fisheries sustainably.

LINK (via: Bonefish Tarpon Trust)


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