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Coastal Recreational Forum on 10/16
Tuesday, October 13, 2015

There will be a Coastal Recreational Forum on Friday, October 16th at 5:30 in the Ocean Pines Library. David Blazer, the new Director of Fisheries Service will be there to answer questions.

The agenda is as follows:

Agenda
1.DNR Topics
a)Announcements
b)Management Tools
c)Summer Flounder
d)Catch Rate Survey (APAIS)/MRIP Update
2.Topics from You
a)Commercial Activity
–Commercial clamming in the Coastal Bays
–Current commercial fishing in the Coastal Bays of Maryland
–Future commercial fishing in the Coastal Bays of Maryland
b)Stocks
–Spot and mullet in the back bays
–Perceived threat to the feed stocks from rays
3.Open Discussion


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