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The Fisheries And Fishery Industries of the United States volume 11

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The Fisheries And Fishery Industries of the United States volume 11
Goode, G. Brown (George Brown), 1851-1896
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The following year they were about half grown, or a foot or so in length and very thick. They came in May.
In 1846 they came in earlier, many in March, but mostly in May. They were quite large and very abundant.
Haddock were also very abundant in 1857. On the 13th of March one hundred Swampscott fishermen, in twelve vessels, caught in a period of about six hours 160, 000 pounds of fish, chiefly Haddock. 1 In 1877 and 187 no Haddock were very large and quite scarce. In the winter of 1877 and 187
...8 they were larger than for many years. Some were caught near Swampscott which weighed fifteen and sixteen pounds. The average size is from four to six pounds.
Captain Atwood states that in 1834 Haddock were very scarce on the Grand Bank, and few were caught anywhere on the coast, but in 1840 they became so numerous about Cape Cod as to interfere seriously with the cod fishery, devouring the bait before the Cod could reach it, and about 1850 1 LEWIS: History of Lynn, p. 450. 15 F 22(3 NATURAL HISTORY OF AQUATIC ANIMALS.


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