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November 2012

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November 2012


NOAA Fisheries Navigator – November 2012

Insert to the November 2012 Commercial Fisheries News Contents: Listening to Industry: Bullard Hits the Road Meet John Bullard, NOAA’s New Northeast Regional Administrator NEAMAP: Collaborating to Improve Fisheries Monitoring Removing ...


Another Working Waterfront Festival success

NEW BEDFORD, MA – Overcast skies and damp conditions didn’t dissuade visitors from attending the 2012 Working Waterfront Festival held Sept. 29-30, which organizers described as a “tremendous success.” Fishermen, musicians, storytellers, a...


Dam removals aid groundfish rebuilding

GLOUCESTER, MA – In recent years there’s been little news to cheer fishermen in the Gulf of Maine, but they have reason to be encouraged by the 40 to 50 dam removal and fish passage improvement projects that are in various stages of planning and ...


Rebuilt Commercial Fisheries Center of RI opens

KINGSTON, RI – After two years of planning, permitting, and construction, a vastly improved Commercial Fisheries Center of Rhode Island (CFCRI) opened its doors on Sept. 21. On hand were representatives of the 12 associations housed under the new r...


NE council moves to protect Elephant Trunk seed scallops

PLYMOUTH, MA – Eager to protect what appears to be the second highest level of recruitment ever recorded in the Elephant Trunk area, the New England Fishery Management Council has asked the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) for emergency act...


NMFS shifts harbor porpoise closure to Feb/March

PLYMOUTH, MA – At the eleventh hour, the fiercely determined Northeast Seafood Coalition was able to convince the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) to shift the timing of its harbor porpoise Coastal Gulf of Maine Consequence Closure from Oct...


Scallopers welcomed with double christening

NEW BEDFORD, MA – In what may have been a first ever for this port, Nordic Fisheries’ Roy Enoksen and O’Hara Corporation’s Frank O’Hara hailed the arrival of two, brand new sister-ship scallopers to their fleets on Sept. 8 with a near...


Georges Bank yellowtail quota fears

PLYMOUTH, MA – If nothing significant changes in the next few months, the 2013 quota for Georges Bank yellowtail flounder is likely to be a chokehold on both the Atlantic sea scallop and groundfish fisheries next year. Georges Bank is home to Ne...



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