Scientists who participated in an annual survey of Maine and New Hampshire fish stocks say they caught fewer fish than any year since 2006.

Scientists say the fall 2013 Maine-New Hampshire Inshore Trawl Survey yielded the second-lowest average catch weight since 2000. A report about the survey states Atlantic cod, mackerel and spiny dogfish counts were “greatly reduced” from previous fall trawls.

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