When populations of striped bass began plummeting in the early 1980s, author and fisherman Russell was there to lead an Atlantic coast conservation campaign that resulted in one of the most remarkable wildlife comebacks in the history of fisheries. This is his inspiring account of the people and events responsible for the successful preservation ...
When populations of striped bass began plummeting in the early 1980s, author and fisherman Russell was there to lead an Atlantic coast conservation campaign that resulted in one of the most remarkable wildlife comebacks in the history of fisheries. This is his inspiring account of the people and events responsible for the successful preservation of one of America's favorite fish and of what has happened since.
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Very Good-in Good+ dust jacket. Very minor wear and soil on the sound binding. Contents are almost as new except the lower fore corner of one page is creased. DJ is not much to look at, but it provides plenty of protection and information.; First Printing of the First Edition. 9-1/8" Tall, X + 358pp. Light green boards, black cloth spine, bright silver spine lettering. HISTORY. "Author and fisherman Dick Russell stands at the center of this American fish story. When decades of overfishing by commercial interests sent striper populations into free fall, Russell emerged as a key spokesman in a long-shot crusade by dedicated fishermen to save them. In one of nature's great comebacks, groundbreaking moratoriums allowed the population to rebound more than tenfold in the years from 1982 to 2002. STRIPER WARS is Russell's vibrant account of that thrilling, yet tenuous victory, replete with heroes and villains. " B/w illustrations by Anthony Benton Gude. Notes. Index.
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