Redfish stocks in Louisiana are declining at rates that have prompted state lawmakers to ask for tighter fishing regulations.

The House Committee on Natural Resources and Environment unanimously approved a resolution Wednesday from Sen. Bret Allain, R-Franklin, that would urge the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission to adopt a new limit prohibiting anglers from keeping any redfish over 27 inches in length. 

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