|Re: Re: Re: Illusion of Plenty' Masking Collapse of Two Key Southern California Fisheries|
Posted by halibug on September 27, 2011 at 09:07:29:|
In Reply to: Re: Re: Illusion of Plenty' Masking Collapse of Two Key Southern California Fisheries posted by MadMax on September 27, 2011 at 03:24:50:
Something to think about divers, I believe you can back this observation up. I dive in a fair amount of different locations along the coast. It seems to me that I cant find one reef, stone or structure that does not hold from a few, up to a school of Sand Bass. Think about it, have any of you made a dive recently that you have not seen a good amount of Sand Bass. They may not arrive on the flats in huge numbers anymore, but to say the population is collapsed from overfishing is a stretch. I Personally have not eaten a Sand Bass for over 10 yrs, they just do not taste as good as Calicos or Halibut. No worries Sea Hunt that guy has no opinion and cant even spell illiterate.
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