North Carolina – Reforms would rebuild depleted fish stocks

A former director of the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries asked a local wildlife group last week to seek state lawmakers’ support for three proposed fishing regulations aimed at rebuilding depleted fish stocks. Louis Daniel, who spent more than two decades with the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries and was director of the division for 10 years, told the Albemarle Conservation and Wildlife Chapter in Elizabeth City Thursday that current regulations have not done enough to protect fish species such as southern flounder. >click to read<09:45

2 Responses to North Carolina – Reforms would rebuild depleted fish stocks

  1. Myron Smith says:

    No I disagree! What is the impact of Pollution?

  2. Our coastal-waters are being drastically changed by warming ocean’s waters ! Most of our fish stocks & other ocean critters are seeking cooler waters to survive . Have tails will travel ??

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