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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
   
 Some medium Monkfish is on hand.
Wednesday ... April 23, 2014
Submitted by 
Nils Stolpe
April 2014
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Scallopers are fishing.
​The Providence Journal gets it right!

   ​On April 4 John P. Lee, a staff writer for The Providence (RI) Business News wrote in Time to Rethink Fisheries Management?
 ........fishery management traditionally has focused on fishing pressure, the removal of animals from a population with nets, lines and traps, as the only statistic worth using in the regulatory equation. The rationale is simple, at least in theory: If the landings in a fishery drop, it’s assumed that the population has declined. Everything else that might change a fish stock – all the environmental, ecological or climatic variables that are virtually impossible to quantify with any accuracy – have been addressed as statistical constants in fish-population models. But climate change and its rapid effect on fisheries are forcing scientists and policymakers to rethink the traditional management approach. Suddenly, every fixed point in the equation has to be reconsidered as a network of moving parts.

This is a perception that is shared by every fisherman, whether recreational, commercial or party/charter with any significant time on the water and the ability to observe what’s really going on with the fish and their estuarine or oceanic environment.

The full article is at http://pbn.com/Time-to-rethink-fishery-management,96247 and I urge you not only to read it but to share it as widely as you can. With the Magnuson reauthorization process already in gear the anti-fishing activists are well on their way to convincing anyone who will listen in Congress that when it’s about the health of our fish stocks it’s all about fishing and nothing else. This fishing-centric view has cost domestic fishermen, and the businesses that they support, billions of dollars and is the primary reason that we’re importing more than 80% of the seafood we consume in the U.S. That has to be changed, and an educated Congress can change it.

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SCALLOPS

Miss Maddy is in with a short open access area trip and we will have U-10, 10/20 and 20/30 Scallops available today. 

​The FN Blount is working in the open access area and will be in late today.

​LONGLINE


We have Fijiian Yellowfin Tuna available.