Editorial: More carp fishing

Before commercial fisheries can be contemplated, a sustained supply of the carp must be in place. Simply changing the regulations won’t guarantee that the fish go away, or even that their populations are reduced. Someone still would have to pony up the money for the processing plants. But the plants can’t come before the supply of fish. So first things first. The paradox, of course, is that once you start harvesting the fish for commercial purposes, there will need to be a steady supply of the fish for years to come. Read more