I’m always tempted to catch some seafood and a nice, hot beverage with a fish.
That’s not what I want to do with my time, though.
The fish I’m looking for aren’t fish.
And that’s just not what fish are.
The real thing to worry about when it comes to fish is their health.
That is the crux of a lot of my frustrations.
I’ve seen countless articles about the many dangers that can arise from overfishing in the Gulf of Mexico, and I’m tired of being the guy who’s always in the middle of them.
In a new book called Freshwater Fish: What to Look For in Your Next Catch, I detail the dangers of overexploitation in the wild.
I call this book Freshwater Fishing, because, for many of us, fishing is a big part of what we do in our daily lives.
I think we all know what it’s like to be the one at the back of the line, and for those of us who work in the seafood industry, we get to be part of the problem, not the solution.
I don’t think I’m alone in thinking that our fish should be protected and preserved, and the science behind it is clear that it’s essential to ensuring the health and well-being of these delicate creatures.
It’s time to protect our oceans and their fishes.
This article originally appeared on Recode.com.
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