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Topic: Is it time to reduce Rockfish limits?  (Read 2296 times)

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Tinker

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My understanding is that the Pacific Fishery Management Council may reduce the Oregon groundfish quota significantly next year and that could mean Oregon will have seasons for all groundfsh species, similar to the cabezon season up here.

 
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My understanding is that the Pacific Fishery Management Council may reduce the Oregon groundfish quota significantly next year and that could mean Oregon will have seasons for all groundfsh species, similar to the cabezon season up here.

 

That meeting is happening right now in Boise.


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One reef 7 fishermen this is what it looks like
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Dave's illustration NOTE: NO KELP...
So how long before its fished out..........

Those are fake tracks, right?  And I count only 5.

I can think of a number of reefs that I consider get hit hard.  Guess what?  They're still producing fish.

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Yes I see 5 to you have to go in to go out


 

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