In this photo taken by Louisiana State University assistant professor Michael Dance, Capt. Brett Falterman, of Fish Research Support, displays an externally tagged greater amberjack before releasing the fish off the coast of Venice, La., on June 9, 2022. Scientists working to get a better estimate of greater amberjack populations are tagging 750 fish to be released from Texas to North Carolina and offering $250 rewards for information and the tags. (Michael Dance/Louisiana State University via AP)
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Scientists are trying to get a better estimate of greater amberjack populations in the South Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico, and this means the chance at a $250 catch for anglers.