Monthly Archives: February 2011

MENHADEN DECLINE AFFECTS HEALTH & MIGRATION OF STRIPED BASS

.An ongoing study by the Chesapeake Bay Ecological Foundation (CBEF) determined that low numbers of Atlantic menhaden, the predominate striped bass prey species within the Chesapeake Bay and along the Atlantic coast,  have affected the growth, health and migration of … Continue reading

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ASMFC Must End Menhaden Overfishing Along the Atlantic Coast and Chesapeake Bay

If you feel inclined you can print these out and distribute them to help educate everyone to what is going on with Atlantic Menhaden  

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Update on Atlantic Menhaden Management : MENHADEN MUDDLE #18

by Charlie Hutchinson Those who follow activities related to the management of menhaden certainly got an eyeful of the political processes in Virginia this year. Each year, for the past several years, legislation has been proposed to either decrease the … Continue reading

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More News on the Mis-Management of Atlantic Menhaden

More great exposure for menhaden mis-management in Virginia from prolific and highly regarded RTD outdoor writer Andy Thompson. Andy socks it to the Virginia General Assembly, and gets all the facts right. Read the whole article here Menhaden management still … Continue reading

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Menhaden Remain Political Prisoner of Virginia Legislature

About sums things up Menhaden Remain Political Prisoner of Virginia Legislature  

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Menhaden Management Transfer Bills in VA Die in Committee- Virginian Pilot Article Explains

Not much more can be said, The Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk VA) article explains http://hamptonroads.com/2011/02/menhaden-industry-succeeds-again

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