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Bluefish are overfished, and scup and black seabass face more cuts A lot to process coming off this meeting.  And just about all of it has to do with the new MRIP data recalibration.  MRIP – Marine Recreational Information Program – is the recreational fishing data-gathering program that employs in-person, telephone and mail surveys to

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As we noted last month, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission took action on Atlantic striped bass and approved Draft Addendum VI for public comment.  Draft Addendum VI is available at http://www.asmfc.org/files/PublicInput/StripedBassDraftAddVI_PublicComment_Aug2019.pdf or on the Commission’s website at http://www.asmfc.org/about-us/public-input. According to ASMFC’s latest press release, “Public comment will be accepted until 5 PM (EST) on

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The ASMFC’s Atlantic Striped Bass Management Board meets on August 08, 2019.

The striped bass stock is overfished, and overfishing is occurring. That means striped bass are in trouble action needs to be taken NOW!

Offshore wind farms are coming, how they work out for us largely depends on us…  By Capt. John McMurray Indeed, we’ve written here and elsewhere on offshore wind-power development.  Specifically, on the potential for wind-turbines – dozens, maybe well over one-hundred – placed in designated areas off our coast.  Generally, we have been in support

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