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Old 01-25-2023, 10:51 AM   #91
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Re: The Collapse of the Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fishery

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Where did all the red grouper go?

50 ft of water NorthWest of Johns Pass August 2013. Red Grouper Nursury

Can anyone show me red grouper footage like this from this past summer? Or summer 2021,2020,2019,2018?

Where did all the grouper go?

"In the resturant."

#horriblefisheriesmanagment #someoneisstealingyourfishery
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Water quality (red tide) doesn't help either. And that shit isn't going to get any better with the number of people moving here and the local governments quick to approve building permits to develop the land without increasing the waste processing infrastructure.

There's just too many damn people. I am a North Pinellas native and am disgusted with the traffic here today. More people after the same resource.

When is the last time any significant addition has been made to the artificial reef system? We need more structure if we're going to support more people with fish. I am not for oil rigs off our beaches, but the California and North Gulf rigs have significantly expanded those State's fisheries.

Cool video.
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Old 01-25-2023, 03:02 PM   #92
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Re: The Collapse of the Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fishery

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Water quality (red tide) doesn't help either. And that shit isn't going to get any better with the number of people moving here and the local governments quick to approve building permits to develop the land without increasing the waste processing infrastructure.

There's just too many damn people. I am a North Pinellas native and am disgusted with the traffic here today. More people after the same resource.

When is the last time any significant addition has been made to the artificial reef system? We need more structure if we're going to support more people with fish. I am not for oil rigs off our beaches, but the California and North Gulf rigs have significantly expanded those State's fisheries.

Cool video.
Good luck finding a boat trailer parking place at the boat ramps on the weekend after 06:30. If you have a 26' boat or longer. Returning late afternoon is a zoo at the boat ramp too.
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