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For those interested in filling out a short survey on the current state of the LFA 27 Lobster Fishery
You can find the Survey at this location:
It Closes on November 10th!
And there is a prize, so sign up and possibly win :)
Thank-you for your Help
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The news page has been updated and contains various news articles and CBC Information Morning audio clips and interviews.
To catch up on the latest news about local lobster fishing, please click here:
This page contains information regarding the prices of lobster, as it is made available. Current prices will be highlighted immediately below, and former prices will be archived under the current prices.
If you are having difficulty reading the prices, simply click the image to enlarge it.
As of May 20th, 2013
Former Prices:As of May 15th, 2013:
Any articles pertaining to price negotiations and the maritime-wide tie-up will be posted on the "Lobster in the News" page, which can be accessed from the Navigation bar on the left hand side of this website.
Alternatively, you can click here.
Two students have been hired for the 2013 LFA 27 Science Programme. For information on the students and the research that they will be conducting, please refer to the following page:
Science Program 2013
If you have any questions regarding the 2013 tagging study, please contact Veronika Brzeski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2012, 850 shorts were tagged in five different ports shown in red on the map to the left.
In 2013, 150 shorts were tagged in Little Lorraine.
Tagged Lobster Data
Another cut to the department. Issuing gear tags are to be contracted out. Who will issue them? So far no criteria for tags providers have been set (other than it has be an incorporated body). We are expecting more news by the end of September. Then whoever takes on the task will have to prepare a proposal to DFO, wait for approval and then scramble to be ready for May!
The LFA 27 Management Board was established by a group of dedicated lobster fishermen in response to problems in the lobster fishery. They were spurred on by a DFO announcement of available funding to implement sustainability plans in management of the lobster fishery. Many of the members of the Board are port representatives on the LFA 27 Lobster Advisory Board. With the support of some local fishing organizations and funding from the provincial Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture and ECBC, the Board has hired a project manager, Veronika Brzeski.
The LFA 27 Management Board needs to hear from ALL fishermen! The lobster fishery has experienced a serious economic downturn and we need to put our heads together and find some solutions. How can we make the fishery more sustainable? How can we maintain a good living from our licenses?
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