Georgia fishing fleet hopes for better season this year

Georgia’s commercial fishing fleet is hoping for a better season this year, and they just might get it.

Following a year many regard as one of the worst shrimp harvests in recent times, those in the seafood industry say the 2014 catch is already looking promising.

Still, some say, Tuesday might be a bit too early to open state waters — from the beach to 3 miles offshore — to commercial trawls, even though it is a little later than the normal May start date.

Daily Reporter

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