A Florida Sea Grant team hoped to train recreational anglers to use needles to ventilate the body cavities of fish suffering from barotrauma and to use weights to help the fish attain appropriate depths on release. | Harper's Magazine

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A Florida Sea Grant team hoped to train recreational anglers to use needles to ventilate the body cavities of fish suffering from barotrauma and to use weights to help the fish attain appropriate depths on release.

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A Florida Sea Grant team hoped to train recreational anglers to use needles to ventilate the body cavities of fish suffering from barotrauma and to use weights to help the fish attain appropriate depths on release.

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