A new watercolor from J. Warren t/a Pescadotes
Our New Crash Pump - The sound of gushing water from below has got to be right up there on any voyaging sailor’s list of worst nightmares. On Morgan’s Cloud, given that we beli...
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Chris Santella reports from the Gulf: “I think that the reason fishing has been great is related to the spill. First, many of the species that make up the marine ecosystem here have had an entire spawning period to reproduce and grow without being harvested, thanks to commercial fishing moratoriums. That puts more bait in the water, which supports more and bigger fish.
“I also believe that redfish habitat in other parts of the Gulf of Mexico has been damaged, and that some of the displaced fish have come here. I have not personally seen any oil residue around these marshes, but I can’t say it’s not there. We just don’t know for sure. One thing that’s certain; the long-term effects of the spill have not played out.”Torts Today: Year After Deepwater Horizon Spill, a Perfect Day for Redfish - NYTimes.com