Eating fish these days is a game of bait and switch: what you think you’re buying isn’t what you get.
The challenges of developing-nation fisheries look very different from those of their commercially developed brethren.
At one time almost all fishers fished as much as they could, as fast as they could, racing to catch as many fish as possible before the season ended or the total catch landed by all fishers reached its legal, predetermined cap.
Large commercial fishing vessels more closely resemble space ships than boats. Wall-to-wall electronics allow captains to “see” beneath the surface to find ever-scarcer fish.
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