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Submitted by Zippy (not verified) on Thu, 10/11/2007 - 11:14am.
Many of these threatened fish are regionally popular such as the snappers and groupers that have always been a part of Low Country seafood culture. But years of overfishing and the fact that some species are slow growing and late maturing have led to substantial declines. The South Atlantic Council by and large has followed the advice of its independent scientists in setting target catch levels but refused to impose absolute limits on the amount of fish that could be caught and landed. Instead, the Council relied on managing fishing effort with limits on fish size, fishing seasons, trip limits and the like. Clearly these tactics have not worked, and fish stocks keep declining. SNOWY GROUPER BLACK SEA BASS RED PORGY PINK SHRIMP ~~SEE THE CHART ABOVE
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