Elvers, photo/Department of Environmental Conservation.

Portland Press Herald: The [Maine] Passamaquoddy Tribe’s violation of state law by selling more than its allotted number of elver fishing licenses is jeopardizing Maine’s fisheries, economy and families, Marine Resources Commissioner Patrick Keliher said Tuesday.

“The Passamaquoddy Tribe has indeed put the entire elver fishery at risk for Maine fishermen, but not due to the number of pounds of elvers they are landing,” Keliher said in a news release Tuesday [April 2].

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