0 Fishermen say cuts to quota will cause pain
Most New Hampshire fishermen are still reeling from Wednesday's news that Gulf of Maine cod allocations will be cut by 77 percent when the groundfish season starts on May 1. "I'm probably out of business," Seabrook fisherman Neal Pike said at the Yankee Fisherman's Cooperative on Thursday afternoon.
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#1 Feb 3, 2013
This angers me to no end. These guys have worked hard their whole lives only to see the fishing industry evaporate in New Hampshire. What will Seabrook be without the fishing fleet? Just another big box mecca on Route 1.
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