Chance of survival increases when releasing a fish through use of a descending device — a tool that returns a fish to its depth at capture.
A class for anglers with fishing citations pays off.
Some anglers eagerly contribute important information on fisheries — and some anglers don’t.
For the oyster toadfish, boat noise impacts communication.
The answer partially depends on annual income.
Scientists have assumed that lionfish are not picky when it comes to consuming prey — but what if they are?
The use of descending devices in offshore bottom-fishing can combat the potentially life-threatening effects on fish brought up from depth.
Understanding the impact of invasive species on natural ecosystems is an important field of study in fisheries science.
Knowing whether anglers prefer one reef type more than another can help to assess the value of reefs for fishing and enjoyment.
Warming of ocean temperatures may ultimately change the distributionsof many popular fish species, impacting both local fishing communities and possibly even major fishing ports.