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Seafood and Fishing Industry

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  • #Flyfishing openig day on Lower #Salmon River (New York) is postponed

     
    The highly popular Salmon River in New York has been affected by unseasonably warm and low water levels and the state's Department of Environmental Conservation has postpined the opening of flyfishing on the lower portion of the river below Altmar. Area...
  • Striped bass reproduction hits record low

    Striped bass reproduction hits record low
    The number of young striped bass in the Chesapeake Bay fell to a record low this year, a drastic decline from a near-record high the year before, state officials reported Tuesday. State biologists checking Maryland's part of the bay found the fewest...
  • UPDATE: Arrest made in hit-and-run boating accident on Smith Mountain Lake

    UPDATE: Arrest made in hit-and-run boating accident on Smith Mountain Lake
    The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries has made an arrest in connection to a hit-and-run boating accident Saturday on Smith Mountain Lake. 54-year-old Terry Richards of Roanoke has been arrested. Investigators say Richards crashed into a...
  • Foxhound training focus of Va. debate

    Foxhound training focus of Va. debate
    The practice of allowing dogs to chase fox in fenced preserves is called state-sanctioned animal fighting by critics and a Southern tradition by proponents.  After hearing from both points of view Thursday in Richmond, the Board of Game and Inland...
  • Annual black bear hunt has its backers and detractors

    Annual black bear hunt has its backers and detractors
    Kaitlin Zembower had gone deer hunting with her father Jerry countless times over the years near their Frostburg home, but the experience they shared during last year's annual Maryland black bear hunt was much different. Though Jerry Zembower had seen...
  • Storm cancels Shore menhaden hearing

    Hurricane (now Tropical Storm) Sandy has forced the cancellation of a public hearing Tuesday on a controversial proposal to curtail the coastwide catch of Atlantic menhaden. Fisheries officials decided Monday that predicted storm condtions precluded...
  • It's Shad Season, And Chefs Are Adding This Favorite To Menus

    It's Shad Season, And Chefs Are Adding This Favorite To Menus
    Spring's delicacies are fleeting. Tulips and daffodils, fiddlehead ferns and native asparagus make their appearance for a few weeks, then fade away until the next year. The same can be said for Alosa sapidissima, better known as shad, the herring...
  • Nockamixon musky study starts survey a year early for PFBC

    Nockamixon musky study starts survey a year early for PFBC
    Brendan Ryan wants people to know the quality fishery that exists in Lake Nockamixon near Quakertown. Ryan, the waterways conservation officer of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission for northern Bucks County, loves the 1,450-acre lake for its...
  • Police search for suspect in seafood market robbery

    Police search for suspect in seafood market robbery
    The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is searching for a suspect in connection with the armed robbery of a seafood market located on the east side. Robbery detectives are looking for Deaundre Sharpe, 22, in connection with the armed robbery...
  • Finding Jiro: A documentary about the man considered to be the world's greatest sushi chef

    Finding Jiro: A documentary about the man considered to be the world's greatest sushi chef
    Jiro Dreams of Sushi Tuesday May 15, The Bijou Theatre, 275 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport, (203) 332-3228, thebijoutheatre.com   Conventional service-industry wisdom has it that restaurants should always strive to make their guests feel relaxed and...
  • Attempts to bring salmon back to the Connecticut River aren't doing much

    Attempts to bring salmon back to the Connecticut River aren't doing much
    Every year, hatchery trucks dump hundreds of thousands of little salmon "fry" into Connecticut River system streams. It's part of a four-decade-long attempt to bring back an iconic fish that disappeared from these waters in the early 1800s. It isn't...