New York’s fish tale is no exaggeration – fluke limits unfair and too low

Wanna hear a fish story? Forget the tale of the 50-pound bluefish, or the yarn about the weeklong battle with a great white that got away. The oldest, most incredible fish story yet told in New York is the one about the federal government’s obscenely unfair quotas on local commercial fluke catches. Those limits, in place for a quarter-century, destroy any notion of fair competition between New York fishers and their peers from other states. >click to read<13:11

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