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The Hawaii-based longline fishing fleet will be barred from catching bigeye tuna in the western and central Pacific for the last three days of the year.

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I wonder if DLNR will fine the state. They fine everyone else.
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I'm glad to hear that the concrete slabs fell off the reefs outside of Keawakapu.

I realize that creating artificial reefs are a necessity. Let the coral regenerate in a natural habilitat.

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Hanalei, HI

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makes some sense

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