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Posted by DFG on September 13, 2004 at 11:57:11:

Welcome to the California Department of Fish and Game's Marine Management News online newsletter! We're proud to bring you all the latest Marine Region news quickly and efficiently. The September issue features many educational and informative articles that explore this year's in-season sport fishing regulation changes. Just go to: to read the September 2004 edition of Marine Management News, or click on a link below to go to a specific article:

Review of In-Season Sport Fishing Regulation Changes for Federally Managed Bottomfish

Fishing Regulations 101: Why the Rules for Bottom Fishing Changed Mid-season in 2004

Rockfish, Cabezon, and Greenling Bag Limits Change, Standardize Statewide

Now You See 'Em, Now You Don't!
Abalone poachers lose a game of hide-and-seek with DFG

Overlapping Protected Areas Can Cause Confusion
Which set of regulations do you follow? Find the answers here.

Cowcod Cameo

DFG Predicts Good Salmon Season, Council Sets Seasons for 2004-2005 Fisheries

NOAA Fisheries Proposes Changes to Federal Status of Salmon

2005-2006 Recreational Bottom Fishing Seasons Set

Commercial Cabezon Fishery Closed on Sept. 4; Commercial Greenling Fishery Closed on Aug. 15

New Recreational Fishery Survey Under Way

Get Hooked on the Marine Region Web Site!

New Partners, New Technology, New Monitoring Tools
DFG breaks new ground monitoring marine protected areas off Southern California

What's on the Horizon? DFG answers questions about the 2005-2006 Recreational Bottom Fishing Season

Nearshore Groundfish Tagging Project Reaches Completion

DFG Interns Make a Difference!

Abalone Recovery and Management Plan Nears Completion

Marine Life Protection Act Initiative Fueled by Partnerships

Calendar of Events

Until further notice, the Marine Management News will only be provided online due to the state's tightened financial "belt." We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause. A limited number of printed copies will be made available for people who cannot access the newsletter electronically (if you know of anyone who cannot access the newsletter online, please relay this information to them). Requests for paper copies of the Marine Management News may be directed to Mary Patyten, 20 Lower Ragsdale Dr. Ste. 100, Monterey, CA 93940. Requests may also be e-mailed to

The online version of the Marine Management News is available online in both html and PDF formats (for the PDF version of the newsletter, go to The PDF version includes full-color pictures and provides the best results when printed from your home computer, however readers should note that it is a large file (1.2 M). We hope that you enjoy our electronic and PDF versions of Marine Management News, which we will continue to post to our Marine Region Web site at

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