NEW PROTECTIONS FOR HERRING BUT LOBSTER BAIT CRUNCH IMMINENT

Fishing managers are considering extending new protections to Atlantic herring, but catch quotas for the important bait fish are still likely to plummet before the end of the year, which is bad news for the American lobster industry.

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