Gulf of Mexico Shrimp landings Improve but Remain One of the Worst Years on Record
The Gulf of Mexico shrimp landings improved in October vs. the same time last year, according to recent NMFS Southeast Fisheries Science Center data and the Southern Shrimp Alliance. NMFS recently released the landings data from October.
NMFS reported shrimp landings of 11.2 million pounds in the Gulf in October. They were higher than landings in October 2018 at 10.4 million pounds. However, these landings were the second lowest for any October going back to 2002 and were 22.8 percent below...
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