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Topic - David Goethel
Minutes after New England fishery managers took a vote that cast doubt on the historic industry’s future, the prospects most clear to Gloucester fishermen Paul Vitale were his own.
"It's fantasy. I mean, I'd rather go to Disney World. I've got a better chance of meeting Peter Pan," said Mr. Goethel, who predicted the entire New Hampshire fleet would be eliminated.
"We are headed down the wrong course here, of exterminating the inshore fleet, for no good reason," said David Goethel, a New Hampshire fisherman and council member.