Pacific Rim nations agree to halve take of dwindling bluefin tuna

Japan, South Korea and the United States agreed Thursday on new annual limits on the catch of dwindling young bluefin tuna in an effort to double the population within a decade. The conservation plan announced by the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission after a meeting in the western Japanese city of Fukuoka aims to boost the depleted stock by counting the accidental catch of young bluefin tuna by long-net trawling as part of the regulated take. Read the rest here 11:27

One Response to Pacific Rim nations agree to halve take of dwindling bluefin tuna

  1. StripedBassHole says:

    Well this really shows that “Engo’s” have a firm grasp of fishing methods. Not a CLUE.

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