Articles Tagged With ‘Fishing’

Cap and trade coming to Morro Bay commercial fishing

A program that allows commercial fishermen in Morro Bay to buy and sell fish catch quotas will take effect Wednesday. [KSBY] The “Catch and Share” system of capping the amount of fish that commercial fishermen can catch took effect two... (Continue reading)

PG&E’s alleged broken promises prompt resignation

OPINION By BRIAN STACY Today, I resigned from my position as vice president of Port San Luis Commercial Fishermen’s Association, (PSLCFA) over issues surrounding the recently completed PG&E Low Energy Seismic Surveys (LESS). Less is conducted under the CSLC outdated... (Continue reading)

Salmon replenished, big season eyed

A long commercial salmon fishing schedule was approved Thursday after four years of being shut down completely, setting the stage for what fishermen hope will be a spectacular season. [Santa Cruz Sentinel] Fishery managers endorsed the longest season since 2006... (Continue reading)

Kill California sea lions?

The U.S. Government has authorized the limited killing of California sea lions in an attempt to protect endangered Columbia River salmon in Oregon and Washington. [LaredoSun] On Thursday, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) approved the sanctioned killing of... (Continue reading)

Historic proposed state policy against use of sea water

By JACK McCURDY A landmark new state policy that for the first time would restrict and phase out use of estuary, delta and ocean water for cooling coastal power plants has drawn the adamant opposition of the Coastal Alliance on... (Continue reading)