KNAUSS

Record Observer - - SPORTS -

fish­ery in­de­pen­dent re­search into his­tor­i­cal abun­dance, ef­fects of lo­cal­ized de­ple­tion, food web in­ter­ac­tions and ecosys­tem ser­vices of men­haden.

Stripers For­ever ap­pre­ci­ates the op­por­tu­nity to com­ment on the Men­haden Amend­ment 3 PID. There are a lot of im­por­tant is­sues that need to be re­solved. SF con­tin­ues to be­lieve that many of them will be re­solved, if this im­por­tant species is man­aged with EBFM. Sin­cerely, C.M. “Rip” Cun­ning­ham Jr. For­mer Chair, New Eng­land Fish­ery Man­age­ment Coun­cil

Na­tional Board Mem­ber, Stripers For­ever

*** Com­mis­sion va­cancy Mary­land’s Sport Fish­eries Ad­vi­sory Com­mis­sion has a va­cant po­si­tion that needs to be filled. The com­mis­sion ad­vises the Di­rec­tor of Fish­ing and Boat­ing Ser­vices on all mat­ters brought to the com­mis­sion. Mem­ber­ship is com­prised of in­di­vid­u­als from across the state whom rep­re­sent the in­ter­ests of var­i­ous con­stituen­cies in recre­ational fish­eries. They meet at the Tawes State Of­fice Build­ing in An­napo­lis. If you are in­ter­ested or know some­one who might be in­ter­ested in ap­ply­ing for the va­cant seat, please con­tact Paul Gen­ovese at your ear­li­est con­ve­nience.

Paul Gen­ovese, Pro­gram Man­ager, Fish­ing and Boat­ing Ser­vices, Depart­ment of Nat­u­ral Re­sources, 580 Tay­lor Ave., B-2, An­napo­lis, Mary­land 21401; 410-2608328 (of­fice), Paul.Gen­ovese@mary­land.gov

*** Duck blind know-it-all When tem­per­a­tures be­come frigid, rein­deer can lower the tem­per­a­ture in their legs to near freez­ing lev­els to keep their core body heat even. Fol­low me on Twit­ter @csknauss / email me at ck­nauss@star­dem.com

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