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Changes to cod, haddock, flounder quotas eyed in New England

Changes to cod, haddock, flounder quotas eyed in New England

Federal fishing regulators are planning a host of changes to the quota limits of several important New England fish, including cod. New England fishermen search for cod in two key fishing areas, Georges Bank and the Gulf of Maine. Regulators have enacted a series of cutbacks to the cod quota in those areas in recent years as cod stocks have dwindled. This year, regulators want to trim the Georges Bank cod quota by 13 percent and keep Gulf of Maine’s quota the same. They also want to keep the Ge…
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South Motors sponsors University of Miami Fishing Tourney

Each year, University of Miami holds a celebrity fishing tournament as a kind of post-celebration and promotion of the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame. 2017’s event was no different – participants were paired with former Hurricane sports stars for a full day of both inshore and offshore competitive fishing. South Motors, a long-time annual sponsor of the tournament, was on hand with two great catches of its own on display, the award-winning BMW 5 Series and the BMW X5 SAV. …
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Bachelor party fishing

Bachelor party from Toronto : We had a blast with Captain Mark and the crew. Mark was cool and courteous. He was determined to catch that day. We put some serious positive vibes into those waters and Boom!!! We caught a 7 foot 200lb sandbar shark. Great day! It made our trip to Miami!! Booked the trip with Mark after reading the reviews, and he did not disappoint. We wanted to catch a sailfish and 2 hours into our trip, we hooked a large one. Ryan his first mate walked us thru each step and edu…
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The Latest: Cessna plane fell apart in the air in Wisconsin

The Latest on a small plane crash in northern Wisconsin that killed six people (all times local): 1:05 p.m. Authorities say a small airplane crash that killed six people in northern Wisconsin fell apart in the air. National Transportation Safety Board Eric Weiss said Monday the debris from the plane crash suggests there was an “in-flight break up.” NTSB investigators say there was a discussion between the pilot of the plane and air traffic controllers about “local weather phenomenon” shortly be…
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