Color me crazy...
May 14, 2014 at 1:31pm
Correct me if I'm mistaken. In 1940 a fisherman would have a really hard time finding red snapper off of our coast. It was only with the proliferation of oil and gas structures that large numbers of snapper began to call waters off our coast 'home.'
As I understand things, we have some 30,000 structures in the northern GOM that, collectively, comprise the world's largest 'artificial reef' and were it not for those structures, snapper would be really hard to find in the northern GOM.
True or false?