09 September 2015

• Fish Species Moving North

“…the iconic blue crab, a staple of restaurants and dinner tables throughout the Delmarva Peninsula, are expanding their range, scuttling up the coast to Maine.

”Striped bass, which gave birth to a charter fishing industry in Delaware, are swimming into deeper water during their fall migration through the mid-Atlantic — well beyond the 3-mile limit off the coast where it is legal to catch and keep them.

”Black sea bass — once so common in area waters, they were the go-to-fish when other species weren't biting — have moved north to New England.…”

Please visit this link to read the full article: DelawareOnline

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