KENT ISLAND, Maryland -- Over the past several decades, the Menhaden bait fish population in the Chesapeake Bay has depleted. The latest report on menhaden, a small fish consumed by rockfish, bluefish and other marine mammals and birds finds their numbers are continuing to improve. But, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission says more needs to be done.
Numbers improving for key part of the Bay's ecosystem
27 Sep 2017 Capital News Service