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Fish Talk in the News – Friday, August 10

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, Maine’s cod fishery had its worst year in 2017; a great white shark gets caught in a gillnet; Bay State Wind reconfigures proposed turbine layout; Deepwater Wind geologists examine seabed for wind turbines; CLF notifies NH Fish and Game of potential lawsuit; and regulators will not allow a harvest increase for Maine’s baby eel fishery. … More Info »

Are We Headed Toward the Era of Two-Headed Sharks?

The 2016 presidential election will likely go down in history books as one of the most polarizing of our time. For the last year and a half, we’ve been watching two talking heads bare their teeth at one another, taking the occasional bite, as each attempted to move the same body in two different directions. A figurative two-headed shark, you might say. But is a real two-headed shark even scarier? … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, July 29

In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, new science connects climate to cod collapse; NOAA Fisheries is accepting applications for Saltonstall-Kennedy grants; fishery regulators will vote on rules about removal of dogfish fins; fishery regulators will revisit saving southern New England’s lobsters; the recreational Gulf of Maine cod season opens August 1; ABC News wants to know the secret behind Maine’s thriving lobsters; and could 2016 be a banner year for shark sightings? … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, July 1

In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, a historic industry faces a warming world; changing waters call for a regional planning process; the Carlos Rafael trial could have big stakes; Carlos Rafael’s curfew is extended; there will be no seaweed festival in Maine this year; new regional fishery managers are announced; the federal lawsuit over at-sea monitoring is still a go; a collaborative initiative studies how to aid recovery of Maine’s coastal fisheries; UNH research on horseshoe crabs reveals connection between water temperature and spawning; 1 in 10 around the world face malnourishment due to overfishing; and researchers produce a new shark tracking app for great whites on Cape Cod. … More Info »

Shark Talk in the News – Tuesday, June 28

In honor of Shark Week, as well as the return of great white sharks to New England waters, this is a special edition of Fish Talk in the News – it’s Shark Talk in the News. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, June 17

In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, dogfish dominate the Gulf of Maine; great white sharks return to Cape Cod; CT congressional members call for a federal investigation in ‘unfair’ commercial fishing quotas; NOAA Fisheries announces Yellowtail Trimester Total Allowable Catch Area Closure for the common pool fishery; NOAA Fisheries announces the closure of Nantucket Lightship North Scallop Access Area; the judge orders more briefs in the Goethel lawsuit; Boston Fish Pier’s seafood business is evolving with the industry; a letter to the editor supports Governor Baker replacing seven members of the state fisheries board; and Massachusetts will decide on a $50 million restoration project. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Tuesday, December 15

In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, 195 countries sign a global climate agreement; some Gulf of Maine shrimp will be available through a research program; the Atlantic commercial shark fishery opens January 1; GARFO says the Atlantic herring Exempted Fishing Permit needs further consideration; and NEFMC increases the days at sea for the 2016 scallop fishery. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Tuesday, September 8

In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, fisheries management needs to keep pace with climate change; NEFSC seeks applicants to prepare benchmark stock assessments; NOAA grants $10 million under Saltonstall-Kennedy Grant Program; efforts to save a beached great white are unsuccessful; and a town in Maine works to restore historic fish passage. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, September 4

In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, environmental groups and stakeholders call for a marine national monument; NOAA announces town hall meeting for canyons and seamounts; Cape and Island lawmakers express concern over federal fishery disaster aid distribution; low clam supply in Maine drives prices up; Portsmouth Public Library celebrates Maritime Month; New Bedford Public Library will display a new fishing industry multi-media exhibit; Martha’s Vineyard commercial fishermen adjust to new realities; The Cape sees an abundance of great white sharks; and efforts to save a beach basking shark fail. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Tuesday, August 18

In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, NOAA announces National Habitat Policy; Maine sets new rules for recreational fishing; anglers catch large fish in Casco Bay fishing tournament; NOAA adjusts catch limits for NE groundfish sectors and common pool vessels; Atlantic White Shark Conservancy continues to study great white shark activity off Cape Cod; RI recreational fishing captain says stock assessments are important for fish and fishermen; alewives help restore ecosystem balance to lakes and rivers; and a letter to the editor calls for a full-time representative for Gloucester fishing interests. … More Info »