Elvers, photo/Department of Environmental Conservation.
Portland Press Herald: Accurate reports by elver fishermen and dealers are critical to keeping a multimillion-dollar industry from being shut down, Maine’s commissioner of marine resources said Monday [March 31] in announcing guilty pleas by a fisherman who earned $700,000 from the baby eels in 2012 but reported less than half of his earnings.
Read more about the Maine elver fisherman who pleaded guilty to under-reporting his earnings.
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