This Week on TalkingFish.org – November 7-11

Allison Lorenc

November 7: Are We Headed Toward the Era of Two-Headed Sharks? – The 2016 presidential election will likely go down in history books as one of the most polarizing of our time. For the last year and a half, we’ve been watching two talking heads bare their teeth at one another, taking the occasional bite, as each attempted to move the same body in two different directions. A figurative two-headed shark, you might say. But is a real two-headed shark even scarier? New England Fisheries, by Talking Fish. 

November 8: Fish Talk in the News – Tuesday, November 8 – In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, shellfish harvest areas reopen in Maine and Massachusetts; a legal advocacy group sues NOAA over fishery council records; the herring fishery considers bycatch; illegal fishing fears prompt a 2-tag plan for lobster traps; and the NEFMC meets next week. In the News, by Talking Fish.

November 11: Fish Talk in the News – Friday, November 11 – In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, NOAA reminds fishermen that most commercial fishing in the new Atlantic monument is prohibited as of November 14; sound technology helps scientists assess Maine’s shrimp population; Maine’s shrimp fishery will remain closed for fourth consecutive year; mislabeled seafood may be more sustainable; Eat These Fish! guides consumers on sustainable seafood choices; a lost Maine lobster tag is found in the United Kingdom; why do seabirds eat plastic?; and NOAA announces the closure of the Trimester TAC Area for witch flounder. In the News, by Talking Fish. 

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