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Fisherman facing new catch limits

By Steven Rosenberg
Globe Staff / April 1, 2004

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Last November, New England fishermen cheered when a government agency accepted a plan that would allow them to spend more days at sea. But on May 1, when the Amendment 13 fishing regulations take effect, most fishermen who catch groundfish -- such as cod, flounder, and white hake -- will actually be working fewer days. (Full Article: 868 Words)

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