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Thursday, September 11, 2014: Told ya the south winds would get their revenge.

 

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A buddy of mine, Keith L., took this photo. He writes: Keith Luzzi yea my photo - front lobby Bankers Trust 130 Liberty Street right across the street from the south tower - we were in the data center to retrieve hard drives from some very specific servers

 

Thursday, September 11, 2014: Told ya the south winds would get their revenge. They’re honkin’ one good. But they’ll soon face their nemesis – cold-front westerlies.  The problem is the follow-up winds to the cold front could swing more north than west. But don’t despair. I think we’ll have plenty of angling opportunities, especially surfside.

I’m of the old-school feel that bass feed in close after a hard blow. Of course, I also know there are virtually no bass out there to feed in close – but why split hairs over the little things.  Churn it and they will come.

A sincere thanks to the goodly number of fishing folks who write me to say they’re signing up for the Classic. I’d like to see if we can jack this historic and pure-fun event into the old-time stratosphere. I’ll note that we have some heavy hitters now at the helm of the Classic have brainstormed a slew of new things, should the interest be there.

For the umpteenth time, I’ll defend the Classic’s current target of a modest 1,000 entrants, as opposed to targeting the almost 3,000 entrants back around 1955/56.

Back in those early Derby days, the first prizes included loaded Jeep Cherokees and hot boats and trailers. What’s more, any bass of any size could be entered. The big thing is the demographic was massively different in the Fifties. Face it, there was a far greater sense of LBI being a sportsmen paradise. Fishing ruled, even among visitors. And the original derby was aimed at keeping outdoorsy visitors coming down well into fall.

As a Weebalo, I recall hanging out at night with my surf-fishing dad and as far as I could see in either direction were dozens of Coleman lanterns aglow, shedding that odd off-hue for anglers of every ilk.

Now-a-days, the feel is not quite so, well, surfcasting-oriented. Still, there is absolutely no lack of anglers within easy reach of the Classic’s sands.  In fact, population updates indicate there have never been so many available casters. Come play like back in the day.

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What a gorgeous sounds …

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=698825666830264

 

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I'm heading out fishing ... I'll put in updates later.

"Look, kid, I'll show you one more time. But pay attention. "

 

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Darcy Carberry Kolodziej shared Beach Haven Police Department's status update.

2 hrs · 

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Beach Haven Police Department added 4 new photos.

The Beach Haven Police are looking to identify and contact the individual pictured below. If the public can assist in anyway, it would be greatly appreciated. Please call 609 492-0505 or email Ptl. Boehler at jboehler@beachhaven-nj.gov

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Cat messes with wrong octopus ... 

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Here we go-Keith in 
for salted clams & wanting suggestions where to go. 
Gotta love when it works out!
9 lbs 14 oz Surf City

Here we go-Keith in for salted clams & wanting suggestions where to go. Gotta love when it works out! 9 lbs 14 oz Surf City

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NOAA Fisheries Announces a Proposed Rule to Establish the Quotas and Opening Dates for the 2015 Atlantic Shark Commercial Fishing Season

The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) announces a proposed rule that would establish quota levels and opening dates for the 2015 Atlantic commercial shark fisheries.

 

The proposed 2015 quotas, adjusted as appropriate to account for over- and underharvests, are summarized in Table 1 by management group.  Adjustments based on over- and underharvests depend on stock status.  The proposed rule uses landings data received as of August 15, 2014.  The final rule will be based on updated data received in dealer reports as of October or November 2014.  Thus, the quotas in the proposed rule are subject to change in the final rule.  All dealer reports that are received after that date will be used to adjust the 2016 quotas, as appropriate.

Specifically, we propose to:

  • Open all shark management groups, except the aggregated LCS and hammerhead shark management groups in the Atlantic region, on the effective date for this action (i.e., on or about January 1, 2015). 
  • Open the aggregated LCS and hammerhead shark management groups in the Atlantic region on June 1, 2015.
  • Adjust the Gulf of Mexico blacktip shark management group quota based on underharvest in 2014.
  • Adjust the Gulf of Mexico aggregated LCS management group quota based on overharvest from 2013 and 2014.
  • Adjust the regional blacknose shark management group quotas over a five-year timeframe based on an overharvest in 2012 and reduce the blacknose shark management group in the Atlantic region based on the additional 2014 overharvest.

Public hearings are currently not scheduled.  If you are interested in public hearings for the proposed rule, please contact Karyl Brewster-Geisz or Guý DuBeck by phone 301-427-8503.

 

The comment period for this proposed rule is open until October 14, 2014.  Written comments, identified by "NOAA-NMFS-2014-0077", may be submitted electronically via the Federal eRulemaking Portal 
http://www.regulations.gov, or sent by fax or mail to the contact information included below.   All comments received are a part of the public record and will generally be posted to
http://www.regulations.gov without change.  All Personal Identifying Information (for example, name, address, etc.) voluntarily submitted by the commenter may be publicly accessible.  Do not submit Confidential Business Information or otherwise sensitive or protected information.  NMFS will accept anonymous comments (enter N/A in the required fields, if you wish to remain anonymous).  You may submit attachments to electronic comments in Microsoft Word, Excel, WordPerfect, or Adobe PDF file formats only.

This notice is a courtesy to the HMS fishery participants to help keep you informed about the fishery.  Official notice of Federal actions is made through filing such notice with the Office of Federal Register. For further information on this proposed rule, contact Karyl Brewster-Geisz or Guý DuBeck at 301-427-8503.  Copies of the proposed rule are available upon request from the Highly Migratory Species Management Division, 1315 East-West Highway, Silver Spring, MD 20910 (phone: 301-427-8503, fax: 301-713-1917). The information will also be posted on the HMS website at: http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/sfa/hms/news/news_list/index.html 

 

 

Table 1.  2015 proposed quotas and opening dates for the Atlantic shark fisheries.  All quotas and landings are dressed weight (dw), in metric tons (mt), unless specified otherwise. Table includes landings data as of August 15, 2014; final quotas are subject to change based on landings as of October or November 2014.  1 mt = 2,204.6 lb.  

   


1 Landings are from January 1, 2014, through August 15, 2014, and are subject to change.
 

2 This adjustment accounts for underharvest in 2014.  Therefore, the Gulf of Mexico blacktip shark adjusted would be 330.0 mt dw for the 2015 fishing season.    
 

3 This adjustment accounts for overharvest in 2013 and 2014.  In the final rule establishing the 2014 quotas (78 FR 70500; November 26, 2013), the 2013 Gulf of Mexico aggregated LCS quota was overharvested by 6.2 mt dw (13,489 lb dw).  After the final rule establishing the 2014 quotas published, late dealer reports indicated the  quota was overharvested by an additional 0.1 mt dw (408 lb dw).  In 2014, the 2014 Gulf of Mexico aggregated LCS quota was overharvested by 1.3 mt dw (2,638 lb dw).  While the numbers in the table shows the landings were overharvested by 1.5 mt dw (152.7 - 151.2 mt dw), this result is due to multiple rounding errors when converting between lb dw and mt dw.  NMFS establishes the quota in mt dw but dealers report in lb dw.  When the same calculation is conducted in lb dw and then converted to mt dw, the overharvest equals 1.4 mt dw (336,466-333,828= 2,638 lb dw)    Thus, NMFS is proposing to reduce the 2015 base annual quota based on the additional 2013 overharvest and overharvest from 2014. 
 

4 This adjustment accounts for overharvest in 2012 and 2014.  After the final rule establishing the 2012 quotas published, late dealer reports indicated the blacknose shark quota was overharvested by 3.5 mt dw (7,742 lb dw).  In the final rule establishing the 2014 quotas, NMFS implemented a 5-year adjustment of the overharvest amount by the percentage of landings in 2012.  Thus, NMFS will reduce the Gulf of Mexico blacknose sharks by 0.2 mt dw (437 lb dw) and the Atlantic blacknose sharks by 0.5 mt dw (1,111 lb dw) for the next 5 years.  In 2014, the 2014 Atlantic blacknose shark quota was overharvested by less than 0.1 mt dw (43 lb dw).  Thus, NMFS is proposing to reduce the 2015 base annual quota based on the additional 2014 overharvest and overharvest from 2012.  

 

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John Kaszuba Sr

 

I remember being at work at G106.3 radio and getting the news from my brother Tony who was in Jersey City across from the WTC. I was to go to Coca Cola in NY for a meeting at noon and called to confirm after Tony said was a small aircraft had hit the building. At the time we had no cable in the station and only dial up internet. We received all our info from the AP. After the second plane hit, I called to cancel the Coke appt, but they weren't their, they were evacuated. I will never forget those who died that day, and I will never forget where I was and how sick to my stomach I felt. but I will also never forget how our country came together and united against terror. You are with us, or you're again sit us. God Bless America, our troops, first responders, police and firemen and the citizens of this great nation.


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