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January 25, 2013
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Tahoe Lobster Co. anglers meet to discuss crawfish harvest concerns

Representatives of the Tahoe Lobster Co. met Thursday with several South Shore anglers to discuss concerns that the crawfish harvest will negatively impact fishing in Tahoe. Tahoe Lobster Co., the first commercial fishing operation to come to Tahoe since the 1930s, acquired the permit to catch and sell the crustaceans in July. The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and other organizations have praised the company’s efforts to remove the invasive species from the lake, but some sportfishermen worry that they’ll lose lures on the submerged traps. Fred Jackson, owner of Tahoe Lobster Co., opened the discussion Thursday at the Tahoe & …

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