Since colonial times, fishermen like Matthew Vitiello have cast their lines in Georges Bank and reaped the harvest of abundant waters, going back to the wharf with a watercraft filled with seafood.
Now, an expanded fleet remains down twice so long to create right straight back half just as much seafood. Overfishing has really paid off the stocks of cod, flounder and haddock which have suffered New Englanders for years and years.
Under a court purchase, the newest England Fisheries Management Council is drafting an idea to reconstruct the shares of groundfish, which live and feed across the ocean flooring. Leia mais