posted on May, 24 2012 @ 03:18 PM
reply to post by SWCCFAN
I was going to post a thread this morning about the AWESOME oysters I ate from the Apalachicola Bay last night. They were finally back to the good
oysters we were used to. They were a little salty due to the drought in Georgia, but still very good oysters.
I've eaten Sheepshead, Mackaral, Flounder, and Mahi caught just off shore here, and they were all great, and I've eaten oysters.
This doesn't mean I'm not concerned. I've said from day 1 that the main effects would not be apparent for 5 to 20 years. If the shrimp population
is low, then a lot of stuff depends on that shrimp, and it will devastate right on up the food chain.
The full scale of this disaster is only just starting to become apparent.