Broken system produces 11-day season for recreational anglers
BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA (4-11-2014) – The impact of a recent federal district court ruling in favor of commercial red snapper fishermen and seafood packers was driven home this week as the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council set the 2014 recreational red snapper season at just 11 days, the shortest season in the fishery’s history under management.
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Recreational anglers fighting to preserve our marine resources.
Recreational anglers have an incredible opportunity to help out in a meaningful way. We can also send a powerful message to fisheries managers up and down the coast. We can use voluntary restraint in the fish we harvest and be more selective in our decisions. What we are asking is this...