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Next to the Hogfish [restaurant near downtown Key West] sits a pier that is usually full of shrimp boats. But on Monday, CBS4’s Gio Benitez found only one boat docked there.
The last time Hogfish manager Tim Dion saw all the shrimping boats was three to four weeks ago. The boats would always bring fresh shrimp from the Gulf…
One of Key West's top light-tackle attractions is the blackfin tuna that bird-dog the shrimp boats in the Gulf of Mexico.
During March, April and May, jumbo blackfins are likely to be found schooling behind any shrimp boats culling their catch, which provide reliable feeding stations for them. Tuna behind the shrimp boats
Originally posted by LieBuster
Oil floats on water and thats why they pump it into old wells to get the oil out so this must be something else that coming out the well that is not bonded with the oil.
Looking at the so called live cam feeds all the stuff coming out seems to go stright up so maybe with is what you get left over when you spray the oil to break it down.
if they wanted to they have the technoligy to build a massive boom above the well head to scoop up all the oil, refine it and yet they don't.
Originally posted by Dewi Winters
This is dreadful. I was reading an article about blackfin tuna that follow the shrimp boats, feeding off the catch.