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BAD NEWS FOR SEA BASS

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BAD NEWS FOR SEA BASS

 

 

It looks like our sea bass regulations will have to be changed for the worse.This is due to the fact that the landings were underestimated according to new data that just came out. Those interested in listening to what is going to happen because of this may call in at 10:30 AM on 3/28/12

 

ASMFC Summer Flounder, Scup and Black Sea Bass Management Board Conference Call (Note: This call is open to the public. The Board Chair may allow limited opportunity for comment and has the discretion to limit the number of speakers and/or the length of each comment.) To join the conference call, dial 888.394.8197 and enter the Passcode 499811. For more information, please contact

 

Read an explanation of what happened by clicking on the below link.

 

http://www.asmfc.org//meetings/march28_2012_SFlounderScupBSBmaterials.pdf

 

Paul Haertel

2nd VP JCAA

 

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The New Jersey representatives, Tom Fote, Adam Nowalski, and Pete Himchak presented our case very well and as a result we will probably have to cut our season short by just a couple weeks

rather than a longer period of time. Our state is already working on new proposals that will have to be voted on at an NJMFC meeting.

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The New Jersey representatives, Tom Fote, Adam Nowalski, and Pete Himchak presented our case very well and as a result we will probably have to cut our season short by just a couple weeks

rather than a longer period of time. Our state is already working on new proposals that will have to be voted on at an NJMFC meeting.

 

At least they didn't shut it down due to a lack of funding- like herring :shock:

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Herring was a state thing, Sea Bass is federally managed I think. NJ will be shutting down more and more stuff due to 'funding' issue. This is something the Rubes buy into without a fuss. Shad will be gone, more campgrounds will close and 'staff' will be laid off just in time for the Bear Hunt this year. This state learned a new trick with Herring and will be using this new trick alot in the coming years. Mark my words.

 

Fluking Rubes.

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