Patagonian Toothfish

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Patagonian Toothfish

Post by Ross Compe » Sun Apr 21, 2013 1:49 pm

Fantastic result achieved for Tasmanian fisherman after years of hard work in a rejuvinated Patagonian Toothfish fishery in Antarctica.
A sustainable fishery again after so much international controversy and even the possiblity of total colapse just a few years ago.
Magnificent deep water species attaining a length of 2.2 metres and 100kgs.
Tremendous importance to the commercial interests of Tasmanias fisherfolk and a superb table fish that is augmenting our supplies of seafood.
Hard fought reward in wild Antarcic waters..
Congradulations to the Australian Government,World Wildlife Fund and the Tasmanian Fishing Industry and its representatives.
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