There’s no time to ignore the striper in the room or vote for the status quo

by | Sep 23, 2019 | Striped Bass Fishing

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Here’s a link to the ASMFC Amendment VI which is all about protecting striped bass. There are several options in there and I would suggest the Status Quo option only ignores the obvious and does nothing for a fishery we love and even depend on.
http://www.asmfc.org/files/PublicInput/StripedBassDraftAddVI_PublicComment_Aug2019.pdf
See you all at the URI bay campus on Tuesday September 24 at 6:00pm in the Corless Auditorium.

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