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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.

Skate Wings, Large Monkfish Tails and
 Large Bluefish are available.

Fluke is open Mar.6 - Apr.30.
Black Sea Bass is open until Apr. 15.




Thursday ... Apr. 28, 2016
Submitted by 
Nils Stolpe
Sept  2015
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Scalloping video
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Longline video
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Scallopers are fishing.

​ Value of domestic landings increase significantly.                                           


                                                     ....By: Nils Stolpe
SCALLOPS      
Frozen 10/20 and 20/30 Scallops are on hand.

​The Virginia Lynn (Cpt. Ed Eckert ), 
Grand Larson III(Cpt.Kirk Larson Jr.) and Ms.Manya (Cpt. Pete Dolan) are fishing in the
 Mid-Atlantic Access Area.

The Lindsay L (Cpt. Jeremy Hudson) is fishing in the open access area.

 Dayboat 10/20 and 20/30 Scallops are also available.
LONGLINE
The Alexandria Dawn is fishing for 
Swordfish and Tuna.

Hawaiian Bigeye and Yellowfin Tuna are available.

The Anna Eileen (Cpt. Daniel Kulsar) and
 Eaglet (Cpt. Paul Puskus) have landed some beautiful Golden Tilefish.
Viking Village 
has been certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) for chain of custody seafood traceability 
and sustainable seafood harvesting.



​If you’re interested in what’s going on in the U.S. fishing industry – or more accurately, what was going on before 2015 because there’s a lag between when the fish are caught and when the data is made available on the internet – look at the latest FishNet-USA, After 39 Years of NOAA/NMFS management (at http://www.fishnet-usa.com/39.pdf). I charted the value of landings, in inflation adjusted dollars, nationally and for the New England, Middle Atlantic, South Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Pacific regions from 1950 to 2014 (and did some manipulations which masked the effects of some of the highest value fisheries because their inclusion makes it difficult to gauge what’s going on with the less valuable fisheries). This FishNet was a re-examination of apparent trends that I last did with 2010 data, and I was pleasantly surprised to see that overall landings had increased significantly. Unfortunately it can’t be said that all fisheries and all regions were doing better than they were, but for the period from 2010 to 2014 things were generally looking up.