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Veteran Florida Guides Concerned About False Albacore

While the ASGA team is extremely proud of the community we’re building with the Guide Post Podcast, we would be remiss not to show love to other industry-leading podcasts that we respect and draw inspiration from. The MillHouse Podcast sits at the top tier of that list. Andy Mill, a

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Albie Project Year 2: Results & Migration Insights

Feature Image: A false albacore being landed off Jupiter Florida by the Cheeky Fishing team, a multi-year sponsor of this research effort. The latest results from the 2023 Albie Project are available. 2023 was our second season deploying telemetry tags on false albacore in partnership with the Anderson Cabot Center

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Research Tracks New England Albies to Florida

Feature Photo: A school of false albacore chasing bait along the remnants of a nearshore shipwreck off the coast of Jupiter, Florida. Captured by photographer Paul Dabill. As many of our advocates already know, launching The Albie Project was a nerve-wracking process for the ASGA team. Nearly three years after

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Coastal Journey of False Albacore – Research Update

ASGA and New England Aquarium announce the latest findings in The Albie Project that point towards one connected coast for false albacore. First and foremost, ASGA would like to thank everyone who purchased Albie Project goods or donated directly to support our research efforts – and of course, our wonderful

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Exciting Albie Project Tagging Updates

Christmas has arrived early for Albie lovers on the east coast. If you’ve followed along with The Albie Project, you will be just as excited as we were when we first heard this news. If you’re not familiar with the campaign: this fall, in collaboration with the New England Aquarium,

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Updates on The Albie Project

Tony Friedrich VP/Policy Director There have been a lot of things going on lately. This blog has been delayed more than a few times. We apologize for that but as you read on, you will see why. The Albie Project started off really well late this summer. We had our

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