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|Tuesday, July 06, 2010|
Pacific whiting is one of the largest fisheries in Oregon, but fishers have voluntarily tied up their boats until July 20 to avoid bycatch of overfished canary rockfish.
Larger Pacific whiting don't separate from smaller fish until later in the season, and a late summer caused an excessive intermingling of the two types of fish.
Read more at The Daily Astorian.
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