Jun 6, 2014 10:03 AM by Associated Press
MONTEREY, Calif. (AP) - The squid-fishing season has gotten off to a fast start on Monterey Bay.
The season opened on April 1 and 28 boats crowded the water Thursday.
Monterey Harbormaster Stephen Scheiblauer tells the Monterey County Herald that it's a 12-month season but it's limited by a maximum amount of tonnage that can be taken.
Scheiblauer says some years the maximum cap is never reached, but recent years have seen a boom in squid and the cap has been reached fairly early.
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