In 2003, Jorge Sanchez stocked red snapper at his Watson Island fish market. A new study of Gulf of Mexico snapper, which plummeted in the 1980s, will help scientists better understand the population and better inform fishing rules at the center of snapper recovery.
In 2003, Jorge Sanchez stocked red snapper at his Watson Island fish market. A new study of Gulf of Mexico snapper, which plummeted in the 1980s, will help scientists better understand the population and better inform fishing rules at the center of snapper recovery. Miami Herald File
In 2003, Jorge Sanchez stocked red snapper at his Watson Island fish market. A new study of Gulf of Mexico snapper, which plummeted in the 1980s, will help scientists better understand the population and better inform fishing rules at the center of snapper recovery. Miami Herald File

Gulf of Mexico red snapper get traded like stocks. So just how big is the market?

December 05, 2017 07:00 AM

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