Unnatural range changes, catching potentially (though not officially) critically endangered species, and the attitude of fishing and entitlement to catch in general should raise alarms to those conscious of the dramatic balance shifts in aquatic ecosystems. Our fishing laws reflect research which lags behind reality. As fisheries fail and we then implement restrictions, fishermen have to invest more effort into fighting imminent unemployment than if they had coordinated with each other and government before the collapse of their fishery. Early set responsible limits and no catch refuges (spawning grounds,migration corridors, etc.) which have been scientifically shown to allow for everyone to catch more fish a few years later, have worked in numerous places where ,lucky for humans, there was communication between a small community of stakeholders (lobster in Maine, ornamental fish on the barrier reef, stingrays in the Amazon, Pacific cod)