Grady-White Boats is the only corporate-level sponsor to have supported the Dolphinfish Research Program every year of its existence. This important research project studies the migration of pelagic dolphinfish (also known as mahi-mahi or dorado) through tag and release programs in order to provide better science to help guide healthy management of these incredible game fish and important food fish.
More about the Dolphinfish Research Program
Support from sponsors and contributors including AFTCO, Big Rock Sports, Costa Del Mar, Grady-White, the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, Haddrell's Point Tackle, the Hilton Head Reef Foundation, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, and many other companies and individuals are used to expand the program of recreational tag and release of these game fish. Here are few highlights about these fish that research has indicated:
Although this research focuses on the dolphinfish in the Atlantic, the species ranges worldwide.
Participate in this research and help ensure a healthy dolphinfish fishery.
Opportunities to help in this effort are available currently in four regions along the East Coast of the United States, into the Gulf of Mexico, and in the Bahamas and the Tropical Caribbean.
For much more information about the program and how to participate, visit www.dolphintagging.com.