PORTLAND, Maine — People gathered in Portland on Monday night to talk about the future of the state's shrimp catch.

Commercial shrimping in the Gulf of Maine has been shut down for two seasons because of the collapsed numbers. Regulators are considering setting up a limited fishery once the species recovers.

A public meeting at the Casco Bay Lines Ferry Terminal allowed for comments about the fishery management plan. Participants all talked about finding new opportunities in the future.

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