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Join Date: Jun 2006
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Re: Atlantic marine life over time
Well I can't speak for out in the middle of Atlantic but I have been out to the canyons (end of the continental shelf 100 to 200 miles out) a couple times in the past few years. There is alot of life out there and on the way out there i.e. dolphin, porpoise, whales, squid, flying fish, and of course the game fish that we're after such as tuna, mahi, swordfish, and sharks. But... it seems like alot to me (a 27 year old) the old guys always say how crappy it is compared to when they were young. How infrequently you catch big ones anymore, how a good day of fishing today would have been a crappy one back in the day. Of course I'm talking about relatively close to land and the areas where commercial fishing in hot for long liners and netters. But going on what the old guys say (and they all say the same thing) it ain't what it used to be...
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