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- Maine enacts fishing closures to help protect scallops
JONESBORO, Maine (AP) - Maine fishery regulators have begun implementing scallop fishing
closures to try to protect the population of the valuable shellfish. Maine's winter scallop fishery is one of the most lucrative in the state. ...
Washington Times. Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021.
- Brexit: Fishing firms hold London protest over disruption
Fresh fish exports have been severely disrupted by new border controls with the European Union.
BBC News. Monday, 18 Jan 2021.
- Dominic Raab defends EU trade deal amid criticism from fishing firms
Dominic Raab today insisted the Government is working hard to resolve post-Brexit border 'teething problems' as fishing
firms warned they are days from collapse.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 17 Jan 2021.
- British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe faces a revolt from Icelandic farmers over salmon rivers
Sir Jim Ratcliffe is facing a revolt from Icelandic farmers after he bought up vast tracts of the country's pristine wilderness to secure fishing
rights to rivers there.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 17 Jan 2021.
- The Ebony Anglers Are Changing the Face of Competitive Fishing
After noticing a lack of Black participants in North Carolina fishing
tournaments, Gia Peebles decided to do something about it.
Mental Floss. Friday, 15 Jan 2021.
- Brexit: Ministers accused of fishing compensation U-turn
On Wednesday the PM said businesses hit by post-Brexit problems would receive support.
BBC News. Thursday, 14 Jan 2021.
- WATCH: Boaters rescue dolphin caught in fishing line
A group of boaters saved a dolphin that got tangled in fishing
line off the coast of New Zealand.
ABC News. Tuesday, 5 Jan 2021.
- Dungeness crab fishing industry response to climate shock
Fishermen contend with regulations, natural disasters, and the ups and downs of the stocks they fish, along with many other changes. As a result, fishing
communities are quite resilient. ...
Science Daily. Tuesday, 5 Jan 2021.
- Trump Vetoes California Fishing Bill, Cites Seafood Trade Deficit
Trump said the legislation, which would have gradually ended the use of large-mesh drift gillnets deployed exclusively in federal waters off the coast of California, would increase reliance on imported seafood.
Voice of America. Friday, 1 Jan 2021.
- Scientists Recreate 1890s Fishing Surveys to Show How the Sea Has Changed
By retracing the steps of scientists working at the turn of the last century, modern researchers document how fish communities have been altered
Smithsonian. Tuesday, 29 Dec 2020.
- 17 Feared Dead After Russian Trawler Sinks In Freezing Arctic Waters
Seventeen fishermen are feared dead after a Russian fishing
trawler capsized during a storm and sank in the freezing waters of the Arctic Ocean.
Radio Liberty. Monday, 28 Dec 2020.
- UK and EU expected to announce Brexit trade deal today
The Irish foreign minister said a post-Brexit trade agreement is expected Thursday, after a "last-minute hitch" on fishing
rights delayed an announcement.
CNBC. Thursday, 24 Dec 2020.
- Report: Fishing Boat Captain Publicly Executed In North Korea For Listening To American Radio
Shot him in front of 100 people
Daily Caller. Monday, 21 Dec 2020.
- Shark fishing bans partially effective
Bans on shark fishing
are only partially effective in protecting sharks, new research suggests.
Science Daily. Thursday, 17 Dec 2020.
- 300 Santas go fishing on North Carolina lake, benefiting Toys for Tots and setting world record
It might be getting close to Christmas, but Santa still has time to get some fishing
Fox News. Monday, 14 Dec 2020.
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