Posted 16 June 2016 - 02:47 PM
In the Carribean the lionfish is invasive, has no natural predators, and is breeding basically out of control. Many marine preserves, no matter how strict their no touch or no take policies are for other fishes, are permitting lionfish kills.
Personally, I'm all for it. And, it's tasty. Looking forward to eating a bunch in Dominica soon.
Current rig: Sony SLT-alpha55 in Ikelite housing, Sigma 105mm f2.8 DC Macro w/ Ike 5505.58 flat port or Sigma 8-16mm f/4.5-5.6 DC HSM behind UWCamStuff custom 5" mini-dome. Dual INON z240 Type IVs triggered with DS51 for TTL mimicry, or DS51 alone with home-made ringflash assy for macro.
Topside, unhoused: Sony SLT-alpha99,
Sigma 150-500mm + 1.4TC (Saving for Sony 70-400 G2), Sigma 15mm diagonal fish, Sony 24-70mm f2.8 CZ, Tamron 180mm f2.8 Macro...all the gear and nary a clue...