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Pinfish occur in coastal waters from New England south to Cuba, throughout the Gulf of Mexico and in Mexico's Yucatan waters. They're abundant from coastal Virginia southward. Where and whenever you find pinfish, at any life stage, they serve as a vital source of nutrition for predators. Read More
Debbie Salamone on sublimating her desire for revenge after surviving a shark attack: "What I found was a renewed purpose, using my unique status and perspective as a survivor to pursue what had always been dear to me: ocean conservation." Read More
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