The “New” Gulf of Maine Fish War – Local fishermen fight ‘ridiculous’ recreational ban

Recreational and charter boats are essentially banned from fishing due to this, and local fishermen believe this decision is flawed because they say they have data that indicates the commercial fishermen are the ones doing more harm to fish populations. Read the rest here photo, 13:22

5 Responses to The “New” Gulf of Maine Fish War – Local fishermen fight ‘ridiculous’ recreational ban

  1. StripedBassHole says:

    Oh say can you see, that socialist we’ll be?

  2. Ec Newell Man says:

    The decision is flawed because people in New England and in the Mid-Atlantic region keep voting in Demo-Crap politicians who are in bed with the enviros. Nothing is going to change, and for the recreational fishermen unless MRIP is totally revamped, along with putting the big cheese who has been running MRIP on the unemployment line. Bureaucrats or in this case, Fish-crats who do not solve problems, should be taken off the public gravy train. Fishing businesses should have already realized that with the government that deep into the fishing business, it is time to find a new line of work…sad to say, but this is the gradual winding down of the fishing industry around these parts.

  3. Ec Newell Man says:

    Bore Head…The Jack-Me-Hoffs of the world don’t mind shoveling a steady diet of tilapia and other frankenfish down their gizzards. Most likely one of Hussein’s useful idiots who stumbled onto your site and probably is still driving around with the faded Hope & Change bumper sticker on his car.

  4. StripedBassHole says:

    Ah, just an expected missed incision.

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