Fish stock in Scotland’s Firth of Clyde at 80-year high — but most are too small to be landed

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Stocks of seabed-living fish in the Firth of Clyde have reached their highest level since 1927, according to new research. However, the study shows that while fish are actually more abundant than ever, the majority are too small to be landed....
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