As recreational fishing explodes in popularity, the limits of the nation’s foremost estuary are being stretched.
For brand new anglers making their way onto the water, this is an exciting time. But below the water, the fish themselves are definitely beginning to feel the heat. Tom Sadler of the Marine Conservation Network tells InsideHook that the greatest threat to local fish and other marine populations in the DC-Maryland-Virginia area is: “People, pure and simple.”
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