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Topic - New England Fishery Management Council
The New England Fishery Management Council will spend $800,000 to research new methods to prevent the bycatch - or unintentional catching - of groundfish such as haddock, cod and flounder.
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.