Striped Bass Population Triples in Canadian Waters
Global warming sucks, right? It is said that's the reason for triple the striper population in these Canadian waters.
You would think this story line would be a good thing. Once you start to read it however the huge upscale of stripers in Canadian waters is because of our driving our SUVs and guzzling carbon-based lifestyles.
We want to think it's a good thing when fish populations triple, personally.
The remarkable recovery of striped bass in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence reached unprecedented levels in 2017, according to the latest assessment from the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans.
Department scientists say the spawning population tripled between 2016 and 2017 and is now estimated at one million fish — a 100-fold increase from the 1990s.
The whole story came from CBC and can be read here.