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    Anglers divided on red snapper amendment
    PANAMA CITY, Fl. -- July 26, 2014 -- A proposed amendment to split the recreational red snapper sector has caused a split among anglers in the Gulf region.
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    ASMFC 2014 Summer Meeting Final Agenda and Meeting Materials Now Available
    July 25, 2014 -- The following was released by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission:
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    Southern California fresh swordfish off the menu as driftent ban imposed through August
    LOS ANGELES -- July 25, 2014 -- The mile-long strands of nylon mesh suspended in the water attached to floats pose a hazard to other sea life, including marine mammals and turtles that can become inadvertently snared as "bycatch" in the nets and drown.
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    Feds to Consider Ban on Bluefin Tuna Fishing
    July 23, 2014 -- The Federal agency that manages marine endangered species announced Wednesday that it's considering a ban on recreational or commercial fishing of a species of tuna that extremely popular among fans of sashimi.
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    Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council Meeting Agenda
    July 21, 2014 -- The following was released by the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council:
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GEORGE HOCHBRUECKNER: Just say nyet to Russian fish

July 28, 2014 -- The export of frozen, Russian-caught Pollock — much of it to America — amounted to nearly a half million tons, or 35 percent of Russia’s $2.4 billion seafood export sector. All of which makes a consumer boycott an easy choice for Americans seeking an outlet to express their feelings toward Russia.