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Fishing boat in Gloucester

New England Fishermen Brace For Drastic New Catch Limits

Industry experts say we’ll all feel the effects in our wallets, when cod prices rise in the spring.

02/01/2013

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Regulators Approve Massive Cuts To Cod Catch Limits

New England’s fishing regulators have approved massive cuts in cod catch limits that fishermen say will trigger the collapse of the industry.

01/30/2013

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NOAA: New England Fishermen Face Crippling Catch Limit Cuts

New England’s top fishing regulator says crippling new catch limits are coming and they will devastate what remains of the region’s fishing industry.

01/25/2013

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Latest Cod Assessments Provide More Bad News For Local Fishermen

The news continues to be terrible for New England fishermen hoping to avoid a huge reduction in their catch limits in 2013.

01/23/2013

(AP Photo/Lynn Dombek)

Quota Cuts Possible After Unusually Slow Fishing Season

New England fishermen and federal data reports are telling the same story this year: The catch is way down.

01/06/2013

Commercial Fishing Fleet/ WBZ

Fishermen, Environmentalists & Regulators To Meet Over Yellowtail Catch Limits

A group assembled to find ways to help fishermen survive an 80-percent cut in the yellowtail flounder catch on George Bank is meeting next week.

05/19/2012

Joe Joyce WBZ-TV Meteorologist

Stuck in the Middle With Sun!

A gorgeous day! NE winds will keep it cooler at the coastline in the Lwr-mid 50’s. Away from the onshore winds, temps will continue to warm through the day into the Lwr-mid 60’s, near 70 west.

WBZ-TV–05/01/2011

Joe Joyce WBZ-TV Meteorologist

Say Uncle! Dangerous Cold to Major Winter Storm…

Arctic air is on the move today. The Arctic front currently in Northern New England will push off the coast this afternoon. Ocean effect snowshowers for the Outer Cape could provide some minor accumulations…D-2″. Significant cold air will settle into the region overnight with clear skies and diminishing wind. Lows drop to 0 at the coast to -20 to -25 in NW sheltered valleys. Many suburbs outside Boston drop down to -5 to -15 by dawn tomorrow

WBZ-TV–01/23/2011

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