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  1. New England fishermen say seals are eating up their livelihood
  2. FWC to host public meeting on hydrilla treatment
  3. FWC addresses 2 venomous reptile issues
  4. Imported lionfish not welcome in Florida
  5. Amberjack, gray triggerfish reopen Aug.1 in Gulf state waters
  6. Red tide causes large fish kill in northeast Gulf of Mexico
  7. TrophyCatch launches new, enhanced website for conservation-minded anglers
  8. NOAA SEEKING ANGLER INPUT Next Webinar To Be Held July 28th at 2PM
  9. Sixth Grader in Florida Makes Impressive Discovery of Lionfish
  10. WILD Outdoor Expo Sept. 13-14 - Save the Dates!
  11. Melt the butter; spiny lobster seasons start soon
  12. Gulf red snapper recreational fishing workshops start this month
  13. HOUSE SET TO ACT ON FISHERIES BILL
  14. Public meeting to discuss Illinois pondweed on Winter Haven Chain of Lakes
  15. Free Kids’ Fishing Clinic promises day of learning, fun
  16. Angler Will Not Be Cited by CDFW for Hooking White Shark from Manhattan Beach Pier
  17. Buoyweather.com Creates Custom Weather Station for BoatUS
  18. FWC captain honored by fisheries association
  19. Gulf recreational red snapper season closes July 15 in state waters
  20. Florida Congressman Presents Bill Aimed at Removing Presidential Authority Over Fishing Access
  21. CHRISTIE ADMINISTRATION TO APPEAL FEDERAL RULING ALLOWING FEDERAL SEISMIC OCEAN TESTING TO PROCEED
  22. Dead Zone Prediction for Chesapeake Bay This Summer
  23. East coast anglers encouraged to help FWC collect red snapper data
  24. Boat fire in Egg Harbor Twp
  25. Coast Guard encourages safety during July 4th holiday
  26. Lake Jackson anglers urged to keep some of their smaller bass
  27. Inspiring young anglers
  28. FWC provides guidance on enhanced boating safety legislation
  29. Free bowhunter safety course in Palm Beach County
  30. Free bowhunter safety course in Miami-Dade
  31. Become a member of the Dove Club!
  32. Tiger leaps onto boat, snatches man in east India
  33. Man falls out of boat and drowns in LI Sound
  34. Not just any ol' sharks off New York shores, but a boom of great whites
  35. FWC, partners use Internet to protect wide variety of wildlife
  36. Great White Sharks Are Making a Comeback off US Coasts
  37. Florida Keys Coral Reefs Expected to Spawn During Late Summer Full Moons
  38. Va. woman pleads guilty to making false distress call
  39. Great White Shark population in good health along California coast, UF study finds
  40. NOAA Announces New Regulations for King and Spanish Mackerel in the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Region
  41. Cape Henlopen State Park swimming areas delay opening Tuesday after apparent shark bite
  42. Hundreds of Whales Are Feasting Off the Coast of Massachusetts
  43. Healthy parents provide clues to survival of young haddock on Georges Bank
  44. Arctic melt can release huge amounts of plastic pieces
  45. Mariner Alert: Whales May be Close to Shore, Go Slow
  46. Coast Guard finds, releases illegally caught shark near Mexican border
  47. First catch of the season
  48. STRIPED BASS MANAGEMENT FORUM ON APRIL 23
  49. Dogfish Information Webinar
  50. Vessel Incidental Discharge bill introduced in Senate
  51. Magnuson-Stevens reauthorization could cover recreational anglers
  52. Coast Guard crew intercepts 110 pounds of illegally caught fish
  53. IGFA Expands Freshwater Record Program
  54. The Top 5 Challenges Facing the New NOAA Administrator
  55. Congrats to Paul Mueller On BassMaster Classic Finish !
  56. Mariner safe and continuing journey after surviving Pacific storm
  57. Discovery could lead to weapon against invasive species
  58. Researchers track wayward mako shark in mid-Atlantic
  59. Georgia boater convicted in death of R&B singer’s stepson
  60. Coast Guard reminds fishermen of federal red snapper fishery laws
  61. New England Boat Show starts Saturday
  62. Furuno rolls out NavNet rebate offer
  63. Florida Swordfish management pays off in expanded fishing opportunities effective Feb. 13
  64. Congress Turns Its Attention to Nation’s Saltwater Fisheries Management Law
  65. RFA FISHING SEMINARS AT AC BOAT SHOW
  66. RFA URGES OPPOSITION TO SECTOR SEPARATION
  67. SUMMER FLOUNDER REGIONALIZATION A SHARED RECIPE FOR DISASTER
  68. NOAA FISHERIES & GULF COUNCIL'S RED SNAPPER 'RAP'
  69. ASFMC SCHEDULES 'FLUKE & SEA BASS' HEARINGS
  70. Ft. Myers/Matlacha Mini-University! March 8-9, 2014... SPECIAL RATE
  71. 'GSOSS' HUNT & FISH SHOW AT EDISON THIS WEEK
  72. RFA FISHING SEMINARS AT NY BOAT SHOW
  73. Gulf of Mexico Headboat Collaborative Pilot Program
  74. NOAA Fisheries working to improve fisheries data quality
  75. CONGRESS UNVEILS PROPOSAL TO REAUTHORIZE MAGNUSON
  76. Council and Board Adopt 2014 Recreational Measures for Summer Flounder, Scup, and Black Sea Bass
  77. Recreational Fishing for Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico, the 2014 Season NOAA discussion
  78. How do fish swim in schools?
  79. How Plastic In The Ocean Is Contaminating Your Seafood
  80. Global warming having a profound impact in R.I. waters
  81. FREE ICE FISHING SEMINARS AT FISH AND GAME IN JANUARY
  82. Protection for baitfish sought by environmental groups
  83. Feds order permanent speed limits in right whale turf
  84. High Sea Surface Temperatures on Northeast U.S. Shelf Moderated in 2013
  85. Social Scientists Dig Into Superstorm Sandy’s Long Term Effects on Coastal Fishing Communities
  86. 90-Day Finding on a Petition To List 19 Species and 3 Subpopulations of Sharks as Threatened or Endangered
  87. U.S. Priorities for Annual International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) Meeting
  88. New Yellowtail Flounder Survey Raises Questions Over Accuracy of Official Population Estimates
  89. NEFMC and MAFMC Seek Public Comment on Proposed Amendment to Bycatch Reporting
  90. Commercial and Recreational Harvest of Triggerfish and Filefish in St. Croix Federal Waters Closes on November 21, 2013
  91. RFA PRAISES FLORIDA FWC FOR "RE-ENFORCING" NET BAN
  92. NOAA Fisheries Reminds Gulf of Mexico Fishermen the Recreational Gag Season Closes
  93. NOAA Fisheries Requests Comments on a Proposed Rule to Modify Headboat Reporting Requirements in the Gulf of Mexico
  94. RFA Reminds Anglers to Vote on Tuesday, November 5th
  95. SAFMC: Friday is Application Deadline for Federal Fishery Advisory Panel Seats
  96. NATIONAL RESTAURANT CHAINS ENTER FEDERAL FISHERIES DEBATE
  97. VISIT RFA-NJ DISPLAYS AT TUCKERTON & OCEAN CITY
  98. Bipartisan Members of Congress File Solution to Gulf Red Snapper Mess
  99. COASTAL ANGLERS CLOSER TO CONGRESSIONAL ASSIST
  100. LEE GREENWOOD CELEBRATES HOLIDAYS FOR HEROES
  101. Coast Guard crew seizes lancha, 297 illegally caught fish
  102. Newcomers to Fishing Hits All-Time High
  103. Panther sightings reported throughout Florida
  104. RECREATIONAL FISHING ALLIANCE TO EXPAND BOARD
  105. NOAA Fisheries is Implementing Actions for Yellowtail Snapper and Shallow-Water Groupers in the South Atlantic
  106. Coast Guard boatcrews seize 2 lanchas, 700 pounds of catch
  107. August 13 Listening Session: Offshore Wind Power and Mid-Atlantic Fisheries
  108. AUGUST TOURNEY SUPPORT FOR RFA
  109. NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF FISH AND WILDLIFE ASSISTING IN INVESTIGATION OF DOLPHIN DEATHS THAT MAY BE PART OF NATURAL DISEASE CYCLE
  110. NYSF & RFA LOOKING FOR STRIPED BASS OPINIONS
  111. NOAA Announces Modifications to Gulf of Mexico Coastal Migratory Pelagic and Reef Fish Charter Vessel/Headboat Permit Renewal and Transfer Requirements
  112. SENATE HEARS SUPPORT FOR FLEXIBILTY ..RFA's 7-Year Fight For Magnuson Reform Gains New Ally
  113. Seismic Air Guns Off MD Coast Could Harm Sea Life & Fishing Industry
  114. EDF Says They Want To Turn Opportunity Into "Privilege"
  115. RFA ENDORSES PALLONE FOR SENATE
  116. RFA URGES ANGLERS TO OPPOSE 'CSP' A New Attack on The Last Frontier: Alaskan Halibut
  117. The herring that make their way from the ocean to Massachusetts ponds are back this year in healthy numbers
  118. Coast Guard, BSEE respond to loss of well control in the Gulf of Mexico
  119. Wicked Tuna birthday trip
  120. NOAA Fisheries Seeks Comments on Proposed Actions for Black Sea Bass in the South Atlantic
  121. Status of Possible Opening in 2013 of Commercial and Recreational Red Snapper Season in the South Atlantic Federal Waters
  122. ARTIFICIAL REEF PROGRAM ENHANCES HEMPSTEAD REEF WITH ROCK FROM U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
  123. Congress and Industry ask the USDA to boost sales of Atlantic Spiny Dogfish through Section 32
  124. An electrifying way to study fish
  125. Congress Hears of Fishing Industry Collapse & What Could Be Done to Stop It
  126. Bay Park fishing report Oceanside 5-30
  127. Eastman Docks fishing report, Seabrook Beach 5-30
  128. Fishin' Factory fishing report, Middletown 6-29
  129. Connecticut Outfitters report, Weathersfield 6-29
  130. Massachusetts reports 6-30
  131. Rivers End Tackle fishing report, Old Saybrook 6-28
  132. New Federal Policy Steps Up Efforts to Turn Gulf of Mexico Rigs Into Reefs
  133. Bill Fisher's Tackle report, Nantucket 6-28
  134. Coast Guard responds to 5 people in the water, medevacs 1 from Galveston Bay
  135. Cross Rip Outfitters report, Nantucket 6-28
  136. RED SNAPPER WARS COME TO WASHINGTON
  137. Congress, Industry urge NOAA to support U.S. interests;
  138. NOAA study finds fishing tops U.S. lightning death activities
  139. Rhode Island DEM ANNOUNCES AVAILABILITY OF NEW SALTWATER RECREATIONAL FISHING GUIDE
  140. JUNE 29-30 ARE FREE FISHING DAYS IN NEW YORK STATE
  141. Bill Fisher's Tackle report, Nantucket 6-21
  142. NEW HAMPSHIRE FISHING REPORT FOR 6-20
  143. RFA URGES MASS ANGLERS TO VOTE GOMEZ
  144. Westport Outfitters fishing report 6-19
  145. Relentless Charters, Green Harbor 6-19
  146. Canal Bait and Tackle fishing report, Sagamore 6-19
  147. My Bonnie Charters fishing report, Norwalk 6-18
  148. Federal Fishery Managers Decide Against Requirement for Vessel Monitoring Systems
  149. Rivers End Tackle fishing report, Old Saybrook 6-16
  150. Bill Fisher's Tackle report, Nantucket 6-14
  151. Canal Bait and Tackle fishing report, Sagamore 6-103
  152. Jack's Bait and Tackle fishing report, Bronx 6-12
  153. NMFS Announces the Availability of the “Release Mako” app for iPhone and iPad
  154. Canal Bait and Tackle fishing report, Sagamore 6-10
  155. Rivers End Tackle fishing report, Old Saybrook 6-9
  156. Bill Fisher's Tackle report, Nantucket 6-8
  157. NEW HAMPSHIRE FISHING REPORT FOR 6-6
  158. NH: PUBLIC HEARING JULY 1 FOR PROPOSED 2014 FISHING RULES
  159. Anatomy of a fish kill
  160. NH FISHING REPORT FOR MAY 30, 2013
  161. Cross Rip Outfitters report, Nantucket 5-29
  162. Relentless Charters, Green Harbor 5-29
  163. 5th ANNUAL FREE SPORTFISHING CLINIC SET FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 1 IN SCHENECTADY
  164. REGISTRATION OPENS FOR N.H. "BECOMING AN OUTDOORS-WOMAN" FALL WORKSHOP
  165. My Bonnie Charters fishing report, Norwalk 5-29
  166. Coast Guard oversees oil containment following boat sinking
  167. CONGRESS HIJACKS 'FREEDOM TO FISH'
  168. Understanding recreational bag limits
  169. Study: Oyster reefs could be 'TUMS' to acidic bay
  170. Open Season: Recreational fishing has powerful economic impact
  171. Hampden firm pokes holes in traditional boat mooring, leaving room for lobsters, crabs and other sea life
  172. 90-Day Finding on Petitions to List the Dusky Shark as Threatened or Endangered Under the Endangered Species Act
  173. An Open Letter to Federal Fishery Permit Holders in the Northeast Regarding Observers and At-Sea Monitors
  174. RFA SAYS COMMERCE DEPARTMENT VIOLATED FEDERAL LAW
  175. Council Approves Increases for Black Sea Bass Annual Catch Limits
  176. Coast Guard stops illegal fishing; releases endangered sea turtle and 5 sharks
  177. Successful Managing Our Nation’s Fisheries Conference Brings Together Diverse Voices
  178. Canadian Lobster Fishermen to shuit down for 2 days
  179. DAY 1 OF 'FISH BUZZ BINGO' ENDS
  180. PLAY RFA'S 'FISH BUZZ BINGO' MAY 7-9
  181. NOAA Reports Six More Stocks Rebuilt in 2012
  182. Council Requests Public Input on Omnibus Recreational Amendment
  183. Update on NEFMC Groundfish/Habitat Actions Newburyport, MA
  184. GULF RED SNAPPER FIASCO PITS FED VS. STATES
  185. SAFMC Invites Public to Discuss New Recreational Fishing Survey Methods at Upcoming Listening Session
  186. Billfish Conservation Act of 2012 Implementing Regulations
  187. Coast Guard, Houston Police stop security zone violator in Houston Ship Channel
  188. SAFMC : Federal Fishery Advisory Panel Seats Open to Applicants
  189. ABTA, Pew and IGFA work together on bluefin tuna management on Amendment 7
  190. NEWS RELEASE: Proposed Offshore Long Island Wind Farm Threatens Scallop Fishery
  191. PEW PARTNERS UP FOR MAGNUSON FIGHT RFA Warns Of Environmental Duplicity In New Bluefin Ploy
  192. RFA ASKS SENATE TO HOLD NOAA ACCOUNTABLE
  193. East NC Inshore Report
  194. Powerboat sales cooling in February
  195. NOAA Fisheries Announces Changes to the Recreational Red Snapper Season in the Gulf of Mexico
  196. NJ.... DEP Plan to Balance Access to Reefs
  197. Recreational Fishing for Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico live discussion April 4
  198. Pair Charged With Cheating In Bass Fishing Tournaments
  199. RFA REPORT FROM FIRST MAGNUSON HEARING OF 2013
  200. Mediterranean and Black Sea sharks risk extinction
  201. Gov. Scott proclaims March 16 ‘Save the Florida Panther Day’
  202. CONGRESS SET TO DISCUSS FISHERIES THIS WEEK
  203. *Sharks and Manta Rays Receive Protection Under CITES*
  204. Divers to Seek the Golden Egg in Key Largo’s Underwater Easter Hunt
  205. Spring is in the Air at Islamorada’s Family-Friendly Island Fest April 13-14
  206. Daylong Live Music to Rock Islamorada’s Bay Jam April 7
  207. NOAA report finds commercial and recreational saltwater fishing generated $199 billion in 2011
  208. THE ABSURDITY OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT PART 6 - SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY
  209. SOUTH CAROLINA REPRESENTATIVE CHAMPIONS RFA MISSION
  210. New, high-tech response boat arrives at Sector Charleston
  211. The Usual Suspects Strike Again
  212. THE ABSURDITY OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT PART 5 -CONVERSION, DIVERSION AND PERVERSION
  213. Powerboat sales continue on second year of sales growth
  214. Deadly winter on the ice
  215. THE ABSURDITY OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT Part 4
  216. Ten Companies Honored for Innovation at the 2013 Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show & Strictly Sail
  217. THE ABSURDITY OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT PART 3
  218. Stop the Ban on Soft Baits - Sign the Petition
  219. Maine wants to ban soft baits
  220. MID-ATLANTIC FISHERY MANAGEMENT COUNCIL MEETING
  221. RFA Reports on the Absurdity of Fisheries Management (Part 2)
  222. Let's talk fishing at the Atlantic City Boat Show this week
  223. Defying irate fishermen, regulators slash catch limits by 77 percent
  224. NOAA Fisheries Regional Administrator to Hold Public Listening Sessions in North Carolina and Virginia
  225. RFA RAISES CONCERN ABOUT SANCTUARY EXPANSION
  226. Petitions to consider white Marlin as an endangered species has been denied
  227. RFA Looking For New Jersey Angler Input
  228. RFA News Alert - First Quarter Regional Council Rundown
  229. NEFMC meeting report 12-21
  230. Commerce to release 2nd Swartwood report; return & cancel fines
  231. RFA SAYS IT'S ALL HANDS ON DECK FOR MENHADEN
  232. SIDON HUNTER SENTENCED ON WILDLIFE VIOLATIONS
  233. Commercial Harvest of Blue Runner Closing to Vessels Fishing in the South Atlantic Federal Waters on December 10, 2012
  234. NOAA CONFIRMS RECREATIONAL SECTOR QUALIFIES Disaster Declaration To Include Support For Recreational Fishing Industry
  235. Procedural Motion Stops Sportsmen’s Act of 2012 in Senate
  236. RFA SUBMITS PUBLIC COMMENT ON MENHADEN (11/16) Urges Angler Caution When Signing Pledges & Petitions
  237. LUCAS OIL JOINS IFA WITH A MULTI-YEAR AGREEMENT; ANNOUNCES NEW PRO-AM REDFISH CHALLENGES
  238. Fishery Managers Address Protected Species
  239. MAFMC Council Votes to Increase Commercial Quota and Trip Limits for Spiny Dogfish
  240. CONGRESS TO BLAME FOR BLACK SEA BASS CLOSURE
  241. Rec boats oppose opening closed fishing areas
  242. Jack Travelstead to Represent Mid-Atlantic Council on Regional Planning Body
  243. MAINE: Coast Guard’s vessels getting old, spending more time dockside
  244. NJOA requests SMZ status for federal reefs
  245. New Commercial Fishing Safety Requirement to Take Effect Next Tuesday, October 16, 2012
  246. Pew wary of bluefin data
  247. NOAA Fisheries Northeast Regional Administrator John Bullard on Saving Seafood Radio
  248. Massachusetts Governor Patrick again calls on Commerce Department for fishing industry aid
  249. NOAA to start survey on operational costs and culture of commercial fishing
  250. NOAA, NEFMC anticipate cuts of 43%-73% in New England groundfish

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