Sportsmen’s group supports responsible fish and game management in its challenge of
federal resource management plan and energy lease sale
WASHINGTON – With its goal the responsible development of public-lands energy resources, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
DURHAM, N.H. -- New Hampshire Fish and Game's Marine Fisheries Division today announced that commercial harvesters will be prohibited from landing Atlantic herring from Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission Management Area 1A (located in the western half of the Gulf of Maine) from 12:01 a.m.
by Capt. John McMurray
If you’re an avid striper guy (my guess is you are if you are reading this) then by now I’ll bet you’ve seen the ASMFC press release regarding the new reference points for the striped bass fishery. If not, you can find it here: http://reel-time.com/forum/showthread.php?t=64183
How discouraging to see the Governor of Maine, who just bowed and scraped for the voices of ignorance and superstition who are lobbying to keep native alewives out of their biggest sanctuary anywhere, still fighting the recovery of Atlantic salmon. Maine says it wants to be an “equal partner,”
(from current issue of FR&R)
In what should be America’s most important river-herring refuge, superstition suppresses these imperiled fish.
by Ted Williams
This from Albion Goodwin of Pembroke, Maine—governor-appointed fish-and-wildlife advisor
Oregon City, OR – Citing a shift from the original intent of the process among a long list of other concerns, the Northwest Sportfishing Industry Association has elected to leave the bi-state “visioning process” that was developed by the Oregon and Washington Departments of Fish
Thanks to my friend Carl Safina for allowing us to reproduce this fine report.
The Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus