General Patterns of Dolphinfish Movements
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Northward movement along the U.S. East Coast is the second most common type of travel depicted by recaptures. This movement takes three forms this:
A. beginning in the Bahamas and entering the Gulf Stream to travel up the East Coast;
B. starting off Florida’s east coast traveling northward out of state;
C. beginning in the South Atlantic Bight north of Florida or in the Mid-Atlantic Bight moving northward.
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