Empty Ocean Act Should Be Thrown Back
Because of the red snapper recovery plan required by federal fishery law, recent reports—and photos from charter captains and anglers across the Gulf—show the species is more plentiful.
The fish are growing larger and spreading out across a much wider area. Anglers around Tampa Bay on Florida's west coast are finally catching red snapper again, after the species virtually disappeared from that region.
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