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Why are lionfish considered such a problem? Are lionfish really all that bad? Yes. Non-native lionfish are a terrible problem in the Western Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and in the Gulf of Mexico, however they are not a problem in their native ranges of the Indian Ocean, Southern and Western Pacific Ocean and in the [] Continue Reading Weve answered more than a dozen of the most frequently asked question about lionfish in this comprehensive and growing FAQ. If you have additional questions, please let us know and we will attempt to answer them as soon as possible. Continue Reading Report your lionfish sightings and removals here with the Lionfish Tracking Map courtesy of www.Lionfish.info Click here for a video tutorial on how to use the lionfish tracking map Continue Reading Current Lionfish Records Think you have a world, country or state record lionfish for largest lionfish caught by spear or on a fishing pole? Were waiting for your submission! Click here first: Biggest Lionfish Records Submission Rules and Requirements World Record Largest Lionfish (Spear) Jimmy Nelson Florida, United States | 47.7 CM [] Continue Reading Where to hunt lionfish Have you always wanted to try lionfish hunting but didnt know where to go? Are you a seasoned lionfish hunter and looking for new territory or want to hunt while on a diving vacation? The list below features dive centers and private scuba diving guides that promote safe and ethical lionfish [] Continue Reading Its not surprising that for as many correct lionfish facts and information sources that are accumulating about the non-native lionfish problem in the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico, that we also run across an equal amount ofmisinformation, incorrect facts about lionfish and misperceptions being perpetuated as well. Weve reached out to fellow [] Continue Reading These are the best places to hunt lionfish on vacation based on ease of regulations, number of lionfish, and quality of the dive destination. Dive operators in the United States and around the Caribbean have figured out that allowing visitors to hunt lionfish is a double win because it increases tourism and it helps the [] Continue Reading Hunting lionfish for the last 8 years and in 10 different countries around the Caribbean Ive speared thousands of them in many different types of environment and structure. In some locations they will be so thick you feel like youre just taking out the trash, while in other places it feels like someone has been [] Continue Reading Looking for a unique way to prepare your lionfish? Our lionfish sausage recipe is a different and surprisingly delicious way to eat the invasive species. Start by assembling your lionfish sausage ingredients The ingredients we used are: 2 lbs lionfish fillets (make certain no bones remain) chopped into small pieces 1 stick (1/2 cup) unsalted [] Continue Reading Why eat lionfish? Lionfish have less mercury than other popular fish Even though lionfish are predatorial and consume lots of other fish and shrimp, this study of mercury levels in lionfish from Florida shows that lionfish have less mercury per kilogram of fillet than most other popular fish. In their testing it was found that [] Continue Reading How did the lionfish get its name? Like the King of the Jungle, the lionfish struts around his home reef without fear, safe in the knowledge that he has no predators. But is this truly how the lionfish got his name? Most likely the name comes from the long, flowing dorsal spines and wide pectoral [] Continue Reading Without a doubt the invasion of Indo-Pacific lionfish into the marine environment of the western Atlantic is the worst example of an invasive marine species takeover of critical waters in recent history. Most shocking has been the incredible speed with which the lionfish has spread around the Caribbean and entire western Atlantic and established itself [] Continue Reading There are many terrible and devastating aspects to the lionfish invasion of the western Atlantic waters but there is also one positive by-product which we can highlight and take advantage of. Because the invasive lionfish hails from the Indo-Pacific region it also thrives in the warm clear waters of the Caribbean Sea, home to [] Continue Reading Have you ever wondered how to properly dissect a lionfish? Marine scientist Dr. Michelle Johnston from NOAAs Flower Gardens Bank National Marine Sanctuary office will teach you every thing you need to know in this instructional video.In this video you will learn how to properly measure the lionfish as well as checking stomach contents and [] Continue Reading Does lionfish jewelry make a difference? On a recent trip to Placencia, Belize to hunt lionfish and enjoy a relaxing vacation, I was approached by a local expat while eating breakfast who had noticed my lionfish t-shirt. Do you think the lionfish jewelry actually makes a difference when it comes to controlling the lionfish population? [] Continue Reading New lionfish contest for the month of October! Anyone who enters a report for a removed or sighted lionfish on the map during the month of October 2016 will be eligible to win. Update November 1, 2016 Congratulations to Patrick VanBrakel for winning the October contest! Patrick has been doing a lot of lionfish hunting [] Continue Reading In case of a lionfish sting: Surface safely Remove remaining spines Clean and disinfect wound Control bleeding Apply non-scalding hot water Seek medical treatment You can also call thePoison Control Hotline at 1-800-222-1222. The Aquatic Toxins Department is available 24 hours a day. Click here for more information about treating a lionfish sting. Who We Are The lionfish hunters at Lionfish.co represent sportsmen with a passion for the conservation of reef and native fishes by hunting non-native lionfish in the Western Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. What We Do We promote the removal of non-native & invasive lionfish through education, outreach and direct-action hunting campaigns. Our Mission The total eradication of Pterois volitans (Red Lionfish) and Pterois miles (Common Lionfish or Devil Firefish) from Atlantic and Caribbean waters to protect native coral reef ecosystems, local fisheries and the people who depend on them. Connect with other Lionfish Hunters via our social network: Andy Lowe April 20, 2017 5 Comments Andy Lowe April 4, 2017 1 Comment Andy Lowe March 31, 2017 2 Comments Andy Lowe March 27, 2017 3 Comments Andy Lowe March 22, 2017 0 Comments Andy Lowe March 18, 2017 0 Comments Andy Lowe March 16, 2017 0 Comments Andy Lowe March 2, 2017 0 Comments Andy Lowe December 31, 2016 2 Comments Andy Lowe September 30, 2016 5 Comments Top Posts & Pages Sponsored by Lionfish Sting First Aid Response Latest Lionfish Video on YouTube Lionfish Hunters Our Favorite Links Categories Connect

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