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Beat the Heat with Lionfish Ceviche in Watermelon Gazpacho!

August 12, 2013 1 Comment
Beat the Heat with Lionfish Ceviche in Watermelon Gazpacho!

Lionfish ceviche and watermelon gazpacho may be the perfect summertime meal! It’s VERY simple to make, healthy, delicious and good for the planet, too. High in Omega 3 acids, low in saturated fat and heavy metals. Dive in and take a look!

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7 Interesting Facts About Invasive Lionfish You Might Not Know

August 9, 2013 8 Comments
7 Interesting Facts About Invasive Lionfish You Might Not Know

Do you know what Pterois volitans or miles means or how the lionfish got its name? Ever wondered if you could starve a lionfish to death? How deep can lionfish live? We answer obscure questions about the invasive lionfish like these and more!

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Lionfish Sushi is Innovative and Artistic at E Sushi Shap in Aruba!

July 16, 2013 4 Comments
Lionfish Sushi is Innovative and Artistic at E Sushi Shap in Aruba!

Norman Arends of the Aruba Underwater Hunters Association, his family and mine were all recently WOWED by an amazing feast featuring lionfish sushi at E Sushi Shap, a sushi bar & restaurant in Aruba featuring contemporary “Japanese cuisine with a touch of Aruba and Caribbean taste.” The lionfish sushi tasted every bit as great as […]

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Lionfish Invasion: Why We’ve Been Ineffective in Our Efforts, Part I

July 14, 2013 6 Comments
Lionfish Invasion: Why We’ve Been Ineffective in Our Efforts, Part I

I have had the good fortune of being able to spend the better part of the last 2 years traveling the Caribbean working with Natural Resources Managers, scuba diving centers, local divers and local seafood restaurants regarding the development of lionfish education programs, promotion of underwater hunters and the commercialization of lionfish as a source […]

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Using a Manned Submarine to Hunt Invasive Lionfish

June 19, 2013 1 Comment
Using a Manned Submarine to Hunt Invasive Lionfish

The latest tool in the battle against Florida’s alarming lionfish invasion will be deployed this month at Nova Southeastern University’s Oceanographic Center in Port Everglades, Florida. From June 27 to 29, the five-person manned submersible Antipodes will take scientists on a series of dives to study the growing lionfish population. The goal of the two days of diving and panel discussions is to […]

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Our Favorite Lionfish Pictures from Across the Internet

May 6, 2013 1 Comment
Our Favorite Lionfish Pictures from Across the Internet

We are active on Pinterest! We invite you to share and repin from our boards and we’d like to do the same for our followers as well. http://pinterest.com/lionfishhunters

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Lionfish Facts: The 10 Most Common Lionfish Myths Busted!

February 6, 2013 51 Comments
Lionfish Facts: The 10 Most Common Lionfish Myths Busted!

It’s not surprising that for as many correct lionfish facts and information sources that are accumulating about the non-native lionfish problem in the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico, that we also run across an equal amount of misinformation, incorrect facts about lionfish and misperceptions being perpetuated as well. We’ve reached out to fellow […]

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What Does Lionfish Taste Like?

February 4, 2013 14 Comments
What Does Lionfish Taste Like?

There has been a lot of talk lately about eating lionfish; most of us who have had seafood and love fresh fish describe them as, “Delicious!” but when we talk about lionfish and how much we enjoy eating lionfish with people who have never tried it, the obvious question inevitably comes, “What does lionfish taste […]

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The Unreachable Lionfish of Central America – Sobering Perspective from Panama

January 23, 2013 14 Comments
The Unreachable Lionfish of Central America – Sobering Perspective from Panama

I’ve seen firsthand the lionfish of Panama and, not saying this at all lightly, the problems they pose are of biblical proportions. The challenges in Panama also perfectly reflect the seemingly insurmountable problems that all Central American countries with Caribbean coastlines face today and will struggle with in the decades to come. It is undeniable, […]

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