Blue Fin Tuna: World Overfishing and Sustainability, the Sport of Catch and Release Fishing in Canada, the Problem of Roe Fishing in Canada, Why Tuna Thrive in Canada, and the Ripple Ramifications of Population Depletion Affecting Other Industries

Bluefin tuna grow for their entire life span, which means that a 30 year old fish could be over 2 tonnes if the fish was able to survive that long. The problem facing bluefin tuna currently is that they’ve been overfished to the point that they no longer can grow to such incredible sizes as fisheries have become overly skilled in the art of catching fish. In North Lake, Canada, which is in Prince Edward Island, Canada, fisheries report the best waters in terms of the amount of fish and the large...

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