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Albemarle Sound gill net study
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    North Carolina, Division of Marine Fisheries, ; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ;
  • Description:
    "Specific objectives of the gill net project were: (1) to evaluate the size, age, and sex of striped bass taken in the existing Albemarle Sound gill net fisheries, (2) to evaluate size composition of other commercially important species harvested by gill nets, (3) to evaluate the potential for directing gill net effort towards species other than striped bass, (4) to evaluate the management options available with respect to the gill net fishery, (5) to collect data so that management agencies have a better understanding of the complexity of the Albemarle Sound area gill net fishery."--Leaf 2.

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  • Funding:
    Funding: Supported by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; project number: AFS-23;
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