As usual, our friends from the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust (BTT) have been conducting some pretty ground-breaking research in hopes to better understand bonefish populations around the world.
Over the last month, they have released several articles on the BTT blog highlighting their recent work, along with some pretty interesting findings, surrounding bonefish populations in the Bahamas (something we care a bit about).
Therefore, we thought it was only right to share some of those articles with you. If you care about bonefish, be sure to give the following a read.. We think you’ll enjoy it.
- Bonefish Pre-Spawning Aggregation Site Discovered on Andros. One of six pre-spawning aggregation sites discovered throughout the Bahamas recently found in Mangrove Cay, just across the South Bight from our humble abode here in South Andros.
- Bonefish Conservation and Restoration Project. How research on Bahamian bonefish populations could shed light on reviving the declining bonefish fishery in the Florida Keys.
- Ghost Stories: Bahamian Guides Provide Valuable Insight Into Their Fishery. A first hand look at the history of bonefish fisheries throughout the Bahamas through the eyes of those who stare at them on a daily basis.