April 03, 2020
By Florida Sportsman Editor
The best way to get on the bite, on the go.
Tonight we're shaking things up a bit. We're joined by the head of the Billfish Foundation, Dr. Ellen Peel, to discuss how billfish data has looked since the removal of longline fishing from our waters 19 years ago. Ray Rosher gives his insights on the status of bluewater fishing in his neck of the woods. We discuss the abundance of swordfish, the return of bluefin tuna, fluctuations in blackfin, crazy facts about mahi, and the struggle for sailfish and marlin. If you like the podcast, download, subscribe, and leave us a review telling us what you think. Do you guys like this type of special content? We may be rolling out a few more of these over the next few months, so stay tuned!
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