of AT&T and Verizon Business Fiberoptic Cables, Operating Procedures
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Grant Application, Upcoming Meeting Dates, Previous Grants
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In Memory Of Dave Kubiak
Coast Guard, Fishing Boats, Fishing Gear, Fishing Photos, and Morro Bay Harbor
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SloFiberFish.org is the first website dedicated to the Central Coast's commercial fishing industry. Here you'll find information about upcoming meetings, cable locations and the safety program, as well as valuable links and downloadable files you can read and print.
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The Committee is seeking Proposals for Projects that benefit the Central California Commercial Fishing Industry. The Committee will begin accepting proposals on Monday, December 9, 2013. The final postmark date for proposals is Monday, February 10, 2014. The final date for proposals delivered to the Committee office is Friday, February 14, 2014, 5:00 PM. For more information and application forms visit Central California Joint Cable Fisheries.
Trawl Impact Study - Memorandum to the California Ocean Protection Council
The Central Cost Trawl Impact and Recovery Study was part of a larger fisheries reform project, the Central Groundfish Project (CCGP) the OPC helped to sponsor along with The Nature Conservancy. This project has led to some exciting advances in both the environmental and economic performance of the groundfish fishery along the central coast of California and is still underway.
The travel impact study was a collaborative fisheries research project and the first controlled study that measured the impacts of bottom trawling in soft-bottom habitats along the West Coast of the United States. Read More (pdf file)
Commercial Fishing in Morro Bay
This report is the result of a grant in 2011 from the CCJC/FLC to examine the trends and financial impacts commercial fishing has on the local economy. The first link is a summary of recent activity . The second link is a detailed report of landing trends from 1990 through 2010.
Morro Bay 2012 Commercial Fisheries Economic Impact Report (July 2012) - For the second year, the Morro Bay Commercial Fisherman's Organization (MBCFO) spearheaded an effort to showcase the economic contributions of the Morro Bay commercial fishing industry, and for the second year the effort was sponsored by the Central Coast Joint Cable/Fisheries Liaison Committee (CCJCFLC). Read the Entire Report by Clicking Here
Bait and Switch? - Fishermen's Difficult Relationship With the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
Also, see Morro Bay Fishing is Back From the Depths in the San Luis Opispo Tribune