Corps sending two dredges to reopen clogged Oregon Inlet – three days left in the lucrative commercial bluefin tuna season

Two dredges are steaming to Oregon Inlet to start clearing out the closed channel starting as early as Wednesday. On Saturday, the U.S. Coast Guard enacted its emergency power to prohibit boats drawing more than 2 feet from motoring within 100 yards of the Bonner Bridge. Charter boats need 3 to 5 feet and cannot head to sea through the inlet as Easter weekend approaches. There are also only three days left in the lucrative commercial bluefin tuna season. Read the rest here 20:38

One Response to Corps sending two dredges to reopen clogged Oregon Inlet – three days left in the lucrative commercial bluefin tuna season

  1. fishtolive says:

    NOW THAT IT GOT TOO SHALLOW FOR BOATS USING FISHING POLES TO GET OUT, WE GET TWO DREDGES. WHERE WAS THIS SERVICE FOR PAST THREE YEARS FOR THE COMMERCIAL GUYS?

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