The Atlantic Sturgeon Fishery in South Carolina

@article{Smith1984TheAS,
  title={The Atlantic Sturgeon Fishery in South Carolina},
  author={Theodore J. I. Smith and D. Marchette and G. Ulrich},
  journal={North American Journal of Fisheries Management},
  year={1984},
  volume={4},
  pages={164-176}
}
Abstract The fishery for Atlantic sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrhynchus, in South Carolina has undergone a dramatic decline since the turn of the century. Nevertheless, in 1976, South Carolina accounted for 55% of the total United States landings (Maine-Louisiana) for this species. Fishing is seasonal with most effort expended during March-May. The Winyah Bay system near Georgetown supports the primary fishing activity in the state. Major products are the flesh and roe ( caviar ) with the estimated… Expand
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