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Month: March 2023

A school of permit at Western Dry Rocks. Photo: Dr. Ben Binder Catching a permit on fly in the Florida Keys is widely regarded as one of the most difficult challenges in the sport. Unfortunately, the Keys permit face many stresses, including aggregation overfishing, habitat loss on the flats and reef, water quality declines, increasing […]

A permit landed in Mexico. Photo: Bajío Bajío, a leading independent sunglasses manufacturer, has announced its support of Bonefish & Tarpon Trust as a Silver Corporate Partner. Based in New Smyrna Beach, FL, Bajío is a brand motivated by a profound connection to the water and a drive to inspire positive change. “We are so […]

Big Cypress National Preserve. Photo: National Park Service By Chris Santella Phoenix, Arizona has an average rainfall of 12.03” and an average humidity of 36 percent. There have been no confirmed sightings of tarpon, bonefish or permit in the region since the city was established in 1881. Big Cypress National Preserve (the swampy habitat that’s […]

Nina Sanchez and Lysandra Chan By Chris Santella The foundation of BTT’s work rests in the field. It’s here that the data points essential to the organization’s scientific work are collected. And it’s here that the important connections with stakeholders—be it guides, commercial fishermen, interested citizens or government officials—are forged, the connections that are essential […]

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