Posted: April 25, 2015 | By: Parimal M. Rohit

SANTA ROSA — Southern California anglers are on the verge of facing strict regulations when fishing for Pacific bluefin tuna, although the state’s Fish and Game Commission expressed a desire to shut down the fishery entirely because of its dwindling population.

The California Fish and Game Commission unanimously voted to conform to a federal recommendation to reduce the Pacific bluefin tuna catch by 20 to 45 percent for commercial and recreational anglers. According to the Department ...

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