In the waters around the Maldives, fishermen have been using a method as old as the fishing pole itself. They use a method that requires a pole, line, bait fish and a large boat. As they travel around the water they toss out tiny bait fish that the skipjack tuna in the area area all hungry for. When the tuna come racing for their meal the fishermen use their own momentum against them as they snare them with the pole and casually toss them into the boat. This method if especially great since they’re able to select fully grown tuna without damaging the population of the younger fish who still need to grow and spawn to keep their numbers up.
President Biden has signed into law the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (H.R. 3684), which will help provide more than $40 billion in funding to enhance fish and wildlife conservation programs and increase access; delivering a historic victory for the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) and America’s 55 million sportsmen and women. Over the last two […]