Last time I was underwater in Florida, all I saw was lion fish. You would come to a rock outcrop that use to have hundreds of small fish, now you'll see a dozen lion fish loitering around and that's all. Our hobby is coming under a lot of negative scrutiny with algae and fishes showing up where they never should. Add that to wild capture of fish like tangs and harvesting corals in areas with poor environmental laws will get us shut down. Fraging has been one of the few positive things to evolve from our hobby IMO
. The faster we can get independent from the ocean the better. We need to start giving back, rather than taking.