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    SBNMS Advisory Council Recruitment Notice - 30 September 2014 Deadline
    August 19, 2014 -- The following was released by the New England Fishery Management Council:
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    Maryland Watermen Prepare for Menhaden Bycatch Limits
    CHURCH CREEK, Md. -- August 19, 2014 -- Today, a Maryland waterman with a pound net can catch as many menhaden as he or she would like, whether it be 5,000, 15,000, or 20,000 pounds of the bait fish.  But on Friday, that gets cut back to 6,000 pounds a day to protect the species from overfishing.
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    Maryland Watermen Prepare for Menhaden Bycatch Limits
    CHURCH CREEK, Md. -- August 19, 2014 -- Today, a Maryland waterman with a pound net can catch as many menhaden as he or she would like, whether it be 5,000, 15,000, or 20,000 pounds of the bait fish.  But on Friday, that gets cut back to 6,000 pounds a day to protect the species from overfishing.
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    ASMFC Atlantic Striped Bass Draft Addendum IV and Public Hearing Schedule to be Released Early Next Week
    August 18, 2014 -- The following was released by Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission:
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    In New England, Offshore wind and fishing industries must 'coexist to survive'
    August 17, 2014 -- "Our people know what they're doing at sea."

    That's the common refrain of city and state politicians alike as they try to convince industry leaders and the public that New Bedford should be America's offshore wind hub.
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GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES: Where's the fisherman on review panel for new cod data?

August 18, 2014 -- It would be nice to think that, in the wake of an “unscheduled” stock assessment that conspicuously left out any input from fishermen or others inherently familiar with the industry, the planned “peer review” of the findings by NOAA’s NFSC would include someone who represents the fishermen’s interests before there is any move to carry out even more dire limit cuts for Gulf of Maine cod.