Content Tagged 'fishermen'

Pass Christian Opens Newly Renovated Harbor
The harbor in Pass Christian is officially open. Instead of a ribbon cutting, city leaders, local residents, and state dignitaries celebrated the opening of the new harbor with the pop of a champagne bottle, Pass Christian style. Video Video
Disappointing July Weekends for Red Snapper Season
According to the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (M.D.M.R.), July's red snapper fishing weekends are a bust. Video Video
M.D.M.R. Holds Public Meeting May 22nd
The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources will hold a public meeting Thursday, May 22nd, to get input from resident commercially licensed oyster and crab fishermen affected by the opening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway in 2011.
Red Snapper Season Cut Short Due to Federal Regulations
Federal regulation has cut red snapper season from 44 days to 11 days this year. Video Video
Red Snapper Season Cut Short by Federal Regulations
Red snapper season has been cut short this year by federal regulation. Video Video
Bay St. Louis Harbor Construction Nearly Complete
The Bay St. Louis Harbor project is nearing completion. Video Video
Oyster Fishermen Not Happy with the M.D.M.R.
Some oyster fishermen on the Coast are feeling that the Department of Marine Resources (M.D.M.R.) isn not doing enough to bring back the oyster supply after the BP oil spill killed off the majority. Video Video
Seafood Industry Has Struggled Since BP Oil Spill
Since the 2010 BP oil spill, the seafood industry on the Gulf Coast has struggled. Now, fishermen are speaking out against regulatory agencies, such as the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (M.D.M.R.). Video Video
Senate Ratifies Fishing Treaties
Miss. Senator, Wicker, says agreements would protect state’s fishing industry.
Wicker Joins the Fight Against Pirate Fishing
U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., is joining members of the U.S. Senate Oceans Caucus to fight for American fishermen who are being put at a competitive disadvantage from illegal pirate fishing.
Coast Observes 4th Anniversary of BP Oil Spill This Sunday
Sunday marks the four year anniversary of the BP oil spill. Video Video
Coast Still Not Back to Normal on 4th Anniversary of BP Spill
Sunday is the four year anniversary of the BP oil spill. Even after four years, the Gulf Coast is still feeling the side effects of the spill. Video Video
Kemp's Ridley Turtles in Danger from Fishermen
The turtles at the center of the pier closing issue have caught the attention of local scientists. Video Video
Pass Christian Harbor Expansion Project Nearly Complete
The harbor expansion in Pass Christian is nearing completion. Video Video
Fishermen Still Suffering from Effects of BP Oil Spill
On May 2nd, 2010, 12 days following the explosion and fire of the Deepwater Horizon, N.O.A.A. closed 6,817 square miles of the Gulf of Mexico to commercial and recreational fishing. Video Video
F.E.M.A. Finally Releases Money for Isaac Repairs
Hurricanes have left many scars on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and Hurricane Isaac in 2012 was no different as piers in Gulfport and Long Beach are still in need of repair. Video Video
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