A research report entitled, "Coping with the Lionfish Invasion: Can Targeted Removals Yield Beneficial Effects?" from the Central Caribbean Marine Institute (CCMI) located in Little Cayman, and the University of Florida, published on July 12th of this year, clearly concludes.
John "Dry Rot" Ferguson and his Fisherkings on Grand Cayman proudly displayed their weapons of lionfish destruction for photographer Courtney Platt. Dry Rot demonstrated his "Stuff and Go" five gallon catch bucket in a Skype interview with the authors fashioned from a heavy plastic water jug
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