Get a glimpse of the culture around the island of Aruba and the many activities you can do while there.
Lionfish can be dangerous to handle before cooking. Proper safety tools should be used including needle or spine proof gloves and long scissors.
Lionfish is a bit firmer than Mahi Mahi and has wonderful tasting lean white meat that is delicious, with no oily or fishy taste at all.
Lionfish Hunting Aruba
Roger J. Muller, Jr. is helping Aruba and the environment control this invasive species and save the coral reef systems.
Lionfish Hunting Bonaire
Spearfishing has been banned on Bonaire since 1971, but the invasive lionfish can be hunted by residents and only with a special spear and permit. All other spearfishing is prohibited in the Bonaire National Marine Park.
Lionfish Hunting Cayman Islands
The Lionfish population is growing at such an exponential rate that it is imperative that every person do what they can.
Lionfish Hunting Cuba
The Cuban waters are overrun by the invasive lionfish. Tons of smaller fish have disappeared over the past few years.
Lionfish Hunting Dive Shop Interviews
Many dive shops do not allow lionfish hunting on their boats since many people do not understand the devastating effects the lionfish have on the coral reefs.
Lionfish Hunting Florida
Because Lionfish are so devastating, it is unlikely that the population of these predators will be kept in check by natural means in the future.
Lionfish Hunting Jamaica
Lionfish populations are reaching a critical level. Did you know each spawn can produce up to 2 million eggs a year? That’s a lot of babies!
Lionfish Hunting Panama
Lionfish are not from this part of the world, and have no natural predators. They also reproduce out of control.
Lionfish Hunting Roatan, Honduras
Roger J. Muller, Jr. is lionfish hunting in Roatan, Honduras. He also met some interesting people and visited some interesting places along the way.
Lionfish can be dangerous to encounter with their venomous spines, which can lead to severe pain, blistering and even paralysis.
Lionfish Tournament – 2019 Emerald Coast Open
The Emerald Coast Open will be held in conjunction with FWC’s Lionfish Removal & Awareness Day Festival. The tournament will be held May 16-19, 2019 at AJ's Seafood & Oyster Bar in Destin, Florida.