Lionfish Challenge underway in Florida

At the Nov. 2016 meeting in St. Pete, the FWC crowned the first-ever Lionfish King, David Garrett. David won the 4 and a half month Lionfish Challenge by removing more than 3,000 lionfish.

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Local spear fishermen and women are joining the fight against lionfish, a predatory invasive species that eats native sea life and takes over reefs at a rate that has scientists.

 · One challenge: catching these things isn’t so easy. Lionfish don’t go for baited hooks, don’t school together (which would make them easier to find and snag), and are well camouflaged against the reefs they populate. To combat this threat, Lionfish Rodeos have become a popular and purposeful sport all along our coasts.

Business Plan Challenge. key residents on a healthy Florida reef.. While fishing will be restricted in the reserve – with the exception of invasive lionfish that can still be speared.

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the desired future conditions for lionfish in Florida. challenges and needs for implementation, and an evaluation of the possibility for.. planned and coordinated the 2013 Lionfish Summit to review ongoing research and.

Have a story idea? Email us at paradise@wptv.com WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Saturday marks the kickoff for the Lionfish Challenge in Florida. The annual statewide event hosted by FWC is designed to.

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At a Glance. Florida wildlife officials are so over the number of invasive lionfish swimming in the state’s waters and terrorizing native fish that they are offering a $5,000 bounty for dead ones. The Sunshine State’s wildlife commission announced its Lionfish Challenge 2018 last month. From the agency’s Lionfish Removal and Awareness Day on May 19.