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Fish Talk in the News – Friday, March 23
A school of bluefin tuna. Many juvenile bluefin have been tagged as part of the "Tag a Tiny Tuna" program. (Photo credit: NOAA Fisheries Service)
- Looking for a refresher on river herring? The Cape Cod Times has an op-ed from Mary Chaffee, Brewster resident, about the importance of river herring and the work of the Herring Alliance to protet this critical fish species.
- Are you a fan of the show “Deadliest Catch”? If so, keep a look out for “Wicked Tuna,” a show premiering on the National Geographic channel on April 1 that will follow boats out of Gloucester fishing for bluefin tuna. The Boston Globe wrote about the show this week, saying that it not only gives a glimpse into what it’s like to fish for and catch a 900-pound animal but that it also illuminates the fishermen’s conservation ethics and teaches viewers about the fishing pressure global bluefin tuna stocks face.
- The Gloucester Times has a video and recipes to help you make nigiri and sashimi at home. Yum!