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Coastal Killers shared a post.Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019 at 11:37pm
The first pebbles of a mountain. Thanks to all helping this happen.
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Coastal Killers shared a post.Thursday, May 9th, 2019 at 5:03am
Big things coming for the Eastern Shore of Virginia! Need all the help they can get.
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Coastal KillersTuesday, April 30th, 2019 at 6:21am
Karen Ray II Sportfishing found a STUD!!
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Coastal KillersThursday, April 25th, 2019 at 11:19am
Pretty wicked video, this should get you pumped to run to that water tomorrow...

https://vimeo.com/268828315/463ff1e534?fbclid=IwAR3YMTNaJKC3GnZCQbLZHd_-ixk0NI0kGv5D3Y0QZN5EcfxWvy38g8PMaVM
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CUSTOM SHOOTOUT 2018 FISHING CHOPPER B ROLL
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Coastal KillersThursday, April 25th, 2019 at 1:35am
Virginia Trophy rock season closed

I like the quote "Virginia has always been a conservation leader" as they keep giving quota increases to OMEGA... All about the dollar.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: April 23, 2019
Virginia Marine Resources Commission
Contact: Ellen Bolen
Email: Ellen.Bolen@mrc.virginia.gov
Phone: 757.788.9772
Virginia Marine Resources Commission takes
action to protect striped bass.
~ Virginia takes an important first step to address the striped bass
decline and calls on other states to follow suit to protect this crucial
species. ~
Fort Monroe—Today, the Virginia Marine Resources Commission voted unanimously (7-0) to
enact an emergency closure for the spring recreational striped bass trophy season.
A recent scientific assessment of striped bass shows the striped bass population has been below
the sustainable threshold for the past 6 years and overfishing has been occurring since 2010.
“Virginia has always been a conservation leader, and this is a time to step up. The recent stock
assessment shows that early action is needed to slow the decline and restore this fishery to
sustainable levels,” Virginia Marine Resources Commissioner Steven G. Bowman said. “I
am proud of the swift action taken by the Commission.”
“There has to be a starting point for conservation. Today’s action was the first step, and the
Marine Resources Commission will continue to look at other measures for both recreational and
commercial sectors to further reduce fishing mortality,” Commissioner Bowman said.
“However, we cannot act alone. We also need swift and lasting conservation measures enacted
by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC),” Commissioner Bowman said,
“ASMFC should incentivize and encourage other states to follow Virginia’s lead and take action
this fishing season.”
The emergency measure will eliminate the spring striped bass trophy season in the Bay from
May 1 through June 15, the Coast from May 1 through May 15, and the Virginia tributaries to
the Potomac River from April 29 through May 15.
Starting May 16 through June 15 fishermen will be able to catch and keep two striped bass from
20 to 28 inches.

http://www.mrc.virginia.gov/news_releases/2019/MRC_Striped_Bass_PR%20FINAL_4.23.2019.pdf
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