Atlantic Weather May Be Key Culprit In Fish Decline

National Public Radio: The striped bass is in trouble again. During the 1980s, wildlife managers said these big, full-bodied fish "” favorites of anglers along the East Coast "” were overfished. So they laid down severe catch limits. The population recovered, and fishing resumed in what is considered one of conservation's great success stories. But now catches are down again, and some biologists say the problem may not be overfishing this time: It could be the weather. Brad Burns, who started fishing for striped bass......

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