Black sea bass are common in mid-Atlantic waters. But as the climate warms, they’re increasingly found farther north.

“Fishermen see this change on the water before the management and science community can really adapt to that and react to that,” says David Bethoney of the Commercial Fisheries Research Foundation.

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