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Viking Village
Viking Village
Box 458
1801 Bayview Ave
Barnegat Light
New Jersey 08006
609-494-0113
Fax 361-9536
 NETFISH

 Netters are not working.

​Scup, Jumbo and Large Fluke are available.








Wednesday ....  Nov. 15, 2017

Sep. 2017
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Scalloping video
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Longline video
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Scallopers are fishing.

“Fish Wars” or a Regime Shift in Ocean Governance?


​NilsStolpe@fishnet-usa.com. 
SCALLOPS      


Frozen U/10 and 20/30 Scallops are on hand.














LONGLINE

Beautiful Yellowfin ,Bigeye and Albacore Tuna from the Monica (Cpt.D.Mears Jr.),
Sea Farmer (Cpt.M.Johnson) , 
Showboat (Cpt. B.and Eaglet (Cpt.P.Puskas) are available.









Viking Village 
has been certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) for chain of custody seafood traceability 
and sustainable seafood harvesting.


​A printable version is available at http://www.fishnet-usa.com/Fish Wars or Regime Shift.pdf

​The reasons for Big Oil’s (now more accurately Big Energy’s) focus on fisheries – and on demonizing fishing and fishermen - has been fairly obvious since a coalition of fishermen and environmentalists successfully stopped energy exploration on Georges Bank in the early 80s. Using a handful of ocean oriented ENGOs as their agents, the Pew Charitable Trusts and other “charitable” trusts funded a hugely expensive campaign that the domestic fishing industry is still suffering from, but that campaign has paid off handsomely to the entities that participated in or funded it. 

However, the entry of Philadelphia’s Lenfest Foundation into the fray, particularly considering that operational control was delegated to Pew, appeared to put the participation of other foundations with roots in the high tech area in a different light. Packard, Moore and Lenfest all working together with Pew et al to scuttle the public image and “revolutionize” the financial and social underpinnings of an entire industry in an apparently coordinated way started to make some sense (see http://www.savingseafood.org/opinion/nils-stolpe-on-the-consultative-group-on-biological-diversity-november-23-2009/).






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