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August 09, 2011


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Jim Chrzanowski

Omega has been freely sucking at the Chesapeakes teet for far too long. Tell them to look elsewhere and lets just stop menhaden catches for a few years so the population can rebound.

Robert Howe

As a recreational fisherman in the Chesapeake I fully support reducing the commercial take of menhaden. I have seen the menhaden fleets circle the fish and kill and leave to rot on the surface tens of thousands of fish besides what they take into their holds for delivery to Reedville.

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