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CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME: VERIFICATION OF SIZE OF SPINY LOBSTERS TAKEN COMMERCIALLY

 SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Regulations requiring all lobsters taken, possessed, transported or sold to be maintained in such a way as to permit verification of size until prepared for immediate consumption or sold to the ultimate consumer, will be readopted on an emergency basis at the Fish and Game Commission's public meeting in Redding on Friday, March 5.
 These regulations, which expired recently, are needed to protect the spiny lobster resource.
 Public testimony will be entertained at the meeting which will commence at 8:30 a.m. in the City Council Chambers, 1313 California St. in Redding. Written comments may be submitted to the Fish and Game Commission, 1416 Ninth St., Box 944209, Sacramento, CA 94244-2090.
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 /CONTACT: Ron Pelzman of the California Department of Fish and Game, 916-653-4899/


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