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Image taken at the 2012 Bonefish & Tarpon Trust Symposium held at the International Game Fish Association in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Picured, former Director of Operations, Aaron Adams, Ph.D., talking the language of flats fly fishing with past great, Lefty Kreh [1925-2018]. Photo by Skip Clement.

With the support of the entire BTT fellowship, proof of having watched these Vimeo’s, Bonefish Pre-Spawning Aggregation, Bahamas Bonefish Pre-Spawn School, and Bonefish and Tarpon Connectivity Whiteboard Video, you can join as a member of the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust organization, earn a degree, become a conservationist, a better fly angler, have friends as smart as you, get the coveted BTT Journal, and receive invitations to symposiums and select regional gatherings.

This is offer is time sensitive so, watch the video’s and join now – take advantage of the amazing full price offer.”

BTT’s Mission:

The BTT Journal is the only so-called “trade” magazine that does not get thrown away. It is filed away for it is fly fishing information, research articles, and concentration on habitats and spawning, as well as never before seen images of the holiest of places, the world’s saltwater flats.

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]o conserve and restore bonefish, tarpon and permit fisheries and habitats through research, stewardship, education and advocacy.

Through science-based approaches, BTT is working to protect and enhance healthy, functioning flats fisheries and habitats in the Western Hemisphere, and restore those in decline. This work is being done in collaboration with other institutions and governments.

In the Florida Keys and South Florida, BTT is working to determine and address the causes of declining fish populations. BTT has defined a series of research steps that will lead to actionable knowledge to improve the Keys flats fishery. We will advocate for those actions that will protect and restore the fishery and habitats.

BTT is working to improve regulations as necessary to ensure a healthy tarpon fishery throughout the Gulf of Mexico, Southeast United States and Caribbean.

BTT is working to protect and restore habitats throughout the range of bonefish, tarpon and permit to ensure healthy populations of these and associated species.

BTT is executing its mission by partnering with universities and institutions having the expertise to conduct research projects designed by BTT scientists.


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