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New research suggests anglers should think twice about keeping fish that are close to the minimum size limit.
Water temperature matters when estimating the abundance of large, open-ocean predators.
New research shows that higher temperatures can “masculinize” southern flounder populations.
Underwater recordings reveal crucial information about how fish use restored oyster reefs.
In the northeast United States — and they don’t waste time getting there.
Posts on lionfish diet, shellfish pathogens and a northward shift of fisheries are the most read to date.
Tired of paying for boat fuel? Researchers in Thailand developed a low-cost, solar-powered catamaran to ferry tourists between nearby islands.
For dolphinfish, a hook imbedded in the roof of the mouth or the jaw could mean the difference between life and death.
A Facebook group identified a red drum caught off the coast of Italy.
A commercial cobia farm off Panama has minimal impact on the water.