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  1. Massachusetts
    http://www.mvgazette.com/article.php?29887 I think it's more the menhaden getting over fished than anything else. They keep the water clean so not only are the bass forced to feed on other bait, but the Chesapeake can't clean itself like it used to. Commercial by catch and culling isn't...
  2. Hudson River
    This story on NPR this morning ... http://www.npr.org/2011/01/25/133183300/atlantic-weather-may-be-key-culprit-in-fish-decline
  3. California - Lakes, Rivers, Bay and Delta
    Suit blames striped bass for California salmon decline Striped bass is a high-value recreational fishery. A lot of people like them," said Bill Jennings, executive director of the California Sportfishing Protection Alliance, which intervened in the lawsuit on the state's behalf. "The lawsuit...
  4. New Jersey
    Link ATLANTIC CITY - Gary Osmundsen has been returning to the same clam grounds he's worked for years but the dredge has come up empty. "You couldn't catch them all. We left, came back the next year, and got absolutely zero. No clams. No shells. No nothing," said Osmundsen, who works here at...
  5. Striped Bass Fishery Conservation/Politics/News
    ASMFC Approves River Herring Amendment‏ The following is a press release from the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission: ASMFC Approves River Herring Amendment States Water Fisheries to be Closed by January 1, 2012 unless Sustainablity is Demonstrated through State-specific Management...
  6. Sweetwater Fishing -Freshwater Stripers
    By MARK ALAN LOVEWELL The American eel, once as abundant as shellfish in Island coastal ponds and rivers and all along the Atlantic seaboard, is in such decline that the federal government is considering placing it on the list of endangered species. On Wednesday the U.S. Fish and Wildlife...
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