This is an exhibit made by the Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife for a rule-making hearing held by the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission on October 21, 1992. The hearing concerned rules regulating the commercial Dungeness crab fishery including measures to adjust timing of the season, close crabbing areas where necessary, prevent gear conflicts with other fisheries, support a tri-state limited-entry program, and establish a license moratorium. The exhibit also includes brief information about domoic acid, a shellfish toxin. Recommended changes to the Oregon Administrative Rules are given.
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