December 17, 2015

Collector’s Edition – Spring 2010

Guy Harvey Magazine’s Inaugural Issue! Expansive 16-page interview with Guy Harvey himself, legendary fisherman Jimbo Meador on the art of kayak fishing, PhD Andrew West studies larval marlin, Tanya Burnett shows her amazing photography and open-water aquaculture in Hawaii produces sushi-grade fish. This Collector’s Edition is SOLD OUT! Check the magazine archives, […]
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February 3, 2015

Guy Harvey Fishery Symposium Draws an All-Star Cast

By Fred Garth The November 2014 symposium attracted several hundred of the country’s leading fishery and fishing experts who waded through everything from the fledgling aquaculture industry in the US to impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. But the most spirited debate surrounded stock assessments (a fancy term that means […]
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November 21, 2014

Guy Harvey Fisheries Symposium Draws an All-Star Cast

By Fred Garth St. Petersburg, Florida – The BP oil spill saga, a fledgling US aquaculture industry and contentious red snapper management issues were some of the hot topics on tap recently at the Guy Harvey Fisheries Symposium at the University of South Florida’s St. Petersburg campus. The two-day gathering on […]
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May 10, 2012

Aquaculture: This Is Your Future

Researchers at Mote’s Aquaculture Research Park are raising and selling sturgeon as part of a commercial demonstration program meant to inspire sturgeon-based aquaculutre in Florida. Photos courtesy of Mote Marine Laboratory.  Written by Daryl Carson   The proverb about giving a man a fish and he will eat for a […]
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March 27, 2012

NASA Ocean Currents Model Looks Like Vincent Van Gogh’s Work

Written by Ted Thornhill ~ Dailymail.com.uk GHM Editorial Preface:  The nerd in me knows there is something to be learned from this – follow the current to the fish perhaps?  Van Gogh was good, Mother Nature even better: Nasa’s model of ocean currents looks like the famous painter’s ‘The Starry […]
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February 15, 2012

Domestic vs. Import: Do you know where your dinner was born??

Written by Daryl Carson Do you know where your shrimp has been? It’s a simple question, but one few seafood eaters ponder when ordering off the menu of their favorite restaurant. If you’re dining anywhere in the U.S., it’s likely the answer is “far, far away,” as in China or […]
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