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people are eating less or NO longer eating contaminated fishes

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    Bay Area Outreach workers are educating fish eaters.   Maybe they will realize how contaminated fish is. Farmed fish is no better.
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 14, 2011
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      Bay Area Outreach workers are educating fish eaters.   Maybe they will realize how contaminated fish is.
      Farmed fish is no better.




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      Outreach workers talking to fishermen's about dangers of eating fish
      April 2011, GREAT report


      from the last 2 paragraphs

      On a recent Saturday, outreach workers spoke with Fernando Rocha, 49, a gregarious regular at Belmont Pier and several other piers along the L.A. County coast. A fisherman since he was 17, he's getting acquainted with the new list of barred fish but takes the new health warnings with a grain of salt.
      A street sweeper from Norwalk, Rocha fishes mostly for relaxation, donning a straw hat and baiting his hook with cut fish, worms or even baloney, and he throws most fish back. But as he fished with his 8-year-old grandson, four white croakers squirmed in his bucket. He planned to fry them with butter and lemon but said he eats only filets and small portions to lower his risk.
       

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