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There's a link to it on the FishNet USA Page. Please pm or email me if you have any questions and please remember that I'm looking for 1) pix of dogs interfering with other fisheries (rec or comm) and 2) fishermen (rec, comm or party/charter) willing to attend and make short presentations (10 minutes or so) about how their fisheries have been affected by dogs.

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Hopefully people will make it out to this, especially if they live in that general region. And it should be easy for people to get good pictures of dogfish interfering with their fishing! All of you who have digital cameras- take some pictures and send them in!
 

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Yippy :rolleyes:

COMMERCIAL SPINY DOGFISH FISHERY TO CLOSE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2008

CONTACT: Doug Grout - 603/868-1095 OR Clare McBane: 603/868-1095

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 26, 2008 DURHAM, N.H.

-- Commercial fish harvesters are advised that the allowable spiny dogfish quota for the 2008/2009 fishing season (through April 30, 2009) has been reached. Therefore, the New Hampshire fishery for spiny dogfish will be closed in both state and federal waters effective Monday, September 29, 2008.

No person or vessel shall take, land or possess spiny dogfish in New Hampshire waters from 12:01 a.m. on September 29, 2008, through 12:01 a.m. on May 1, 2009. At that time the Period 1 quota for the 2009/2010 fishing year will become available.

In accordance with the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission's Fishery Management Plan for Spiny Dogfish, these measures are intended to avoid the over-harvest of spiny dogfish and to provide protection for the inshore component of spiny dogfish stocks. During any closure of the spiny dogfish fishery, dogfish may be taken only by angling, for personal use only, and may not be sold.

Questions about the dogfish closure may be directed to the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Marine Fisheries Division at (603) 868-1095.
 
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