Extreme Gloucester Fishing Commercial Industry Training Center is doing a U.S. Commercial Fisheries Survey

Please help Extreme Gloucester Fishing with our efforts to Restructure, Retool, Retrain, Revive and Reunite the U.S. Commercial Fisheries

Take the Survey

1. Do commercial fishermen care about their industry?

2. Should fish be owned before they are caught?

3. Who makes NOAA’s bad policies?

4. Have, or will Offshore Windfarms displace you from you fishery?

5. Do commercial fishermen need a U.S. Fish Bill?

6. What would be the ideal number of Day at Sea allocated for all vessels, large and small, and for all?

7. Is the Northeast commercial fishery sustainable?

8. Do we need to train new fishermen regardless of the future of the industry?

9. Have fishermen been represented fairly, and equallt by the past and present NOAA Administration?

10. Do fishermen believe we need real representation?

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Thank you, Extreme Gloucester Fishing Commercial Industry Training Center

Captain Joseph Sanfilippo

https://www.extremegloucesterfishing.com/

One Response to Extreme Gloucester Fishing Commercial Industry Training Center is doing a U.S. Commercial Fisheries Survey

  1. sam Anthony parisi says:

    Good info, let us look first before we educate the younger kids to go fishing. Is there a future for them if there are no incentives? Not to talk about the danger! if we want to encourage them we need NOAA to help us by finding long term solutions to our problems. If you look at all the problems like their science, monitoring lost fishing grounds, and all the other set backs, why would you encourage your kids to go commercial fishing? Makes no sense unless the government adopts a Fish Bill, as I said before

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