Gloucester Daily Times Editorial: Quiet waterfront not a good sign for our fisheries

gdt iconIt was generally quiet on the Gloucester waterfront yesterday — and that’s not good. In years past, Gloucester’s fishermen and those gearing up to work as crew members aboard boats in the local groundfishing fleet might have been working feverishly to prepare for the start of the new commercially permitted fishing year, which dawns today, May 1. Read more here  01:28

2 Responses to Gloucester Daily Times Editorial: Quiet waterfront not a good sign for our fisheries

  1. So this is the best the GDT can come up with for an editorial, “Quiet waterfront not a good sign for our fisheries?” It is all over GDT if you haven’t notice or heard. Why don’t you question one of the mouthpieces over at NOAA FISHERIES or whatever they now call themselves on how they have mis-managed our fisheries?

  2. STRIPEDBASSHOLE says:

    Can’t Win a fixed Game. The Supreme Court needs to move forward.

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