Schumer to Fight New Fluke Limits for New York

Just four days before Christmas, Long Island sport fishermen received word that the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration plans to

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Bunker Die In Droves Monday at Shinnecock Locks

In the early hours of Monday morning, fishermen and early risers noticed a strange glinting sheen on the waters of

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Stony Brook Southampton Shares Ocean Conservation Work With United Nations Dignitaries

On July 9, the Institute for Ocean Conservation Science at the Stony Brook Southampton Marine Station welcomed a group of

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DEC, Fishermen Work to Cull Bunker from Peconic River to Avoid Fish Kill

The Department of Environmental Conservation and Riverhead Town are partnering to harvest some of the over-abundant menhaden in the Peconic

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East Hampton Launches an Oyster Garden

  East Hampton Launches an Oyster Garden Growing your own shellfish is catching on all over the East End. This

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Alewife Monitoring Season Begins

Searching for Alewives in East End Streams The lowly alewife, a member of the herring family, is a critical fish

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A Talk With Rodger, the Peconic Estuary’s Oldest Scallop

We’ve  just met Rodger here at the Peconic Bathtub, and we’re already certain he is going to do great things

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Anatomy of a Fish Kill

Researchers studying the cause of a massive fish kill in the Peconic River in early summer of 2015 have concluded that “rising

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Feds Debate Changing Striper Regulations Off Montauk

Feds Debate Changing Striper Regulations Off Montauk Long Island striped bass fishing advocates traveled to Washington this week to advocate for changes

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So You Want to Be a Shellfish Farmer?

So You Want to Be a Shellfish Farmer? I’ve always wanted to grow an oyster or a clam or a

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A Farewell To Fishermen’s Advocate Stuart Vorpahl

A Farewell To Fishermen’s Advocate Stuart Vorpahl Stuart Vorpahl was one of the East End’s most vocal advocates for the

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