North Carolina halting flounder fishing Sept. 4; denies shrimping petition

The N.C. Fisheries Commission last week voted to deny a petition for rulemaking that, if implemented, would impact the state’s shrimp trawl fishery. As a result, the Marine Fisheries Commission directed the division to consider elements of the petition in an upcoming amendment to the N.C. Shrimp Fishery Management Plan. >click to read< 09:45

A Conversation with Working Watermen Commission Chair Steve House on the Future of Flounder – How does the passage of Amendment 2 affect the Outer Banks, and how soon will potential impacts occur?,,, It will trickle down from the commercial fishermen, to the fish houses, to the servers and restaurants, and even to the consumers. >click to read<

2 Responses to North Carolina halting flounder fishing Sept. 4; denies shrimping petition

  1. Joel Hovanesian says:

    White collar enviroscum destroying blue collar jobs by the thousands. Welcome to the new world order.

  2. Frank says:

    Another fish we can’t catch, What’s next ?

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