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Fleeting truce to fish in Progreso

There would be activity all year round, with effective closures

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The cold front 11 would arrive tomorrow and cause a north that would stop the work of Buenos Aires

PROGRESS.— After the north of the cold front 9 struck on Friday the 19th and on Monday the 22nd, that of the frontal system 10 and on Tuesday the ports were reopened to smaller navigation, riparian fishing partially resumed yesterday, Wednesday.

Some boats set sail early to catch grouper, black, white and blonde; in the afternoon others went out fishing for sardines.

The riparians who catch octopus did not work on Tuesday or yesterday.

Because cold front 10 left the Caribbean Sea the day before yesterday and stopped affecting Mexico, the Regional Captaincy closed the ports of Yucatán to minor navigation for only 12 hours, from 8:00 p.m. on Monday to 8:00 a.m. Tuesday.

However, the National Meteorological Service predicted that today the 11th cold front will enter northern Mexico and cause a north, which today will hit the coasts of Tamaulipas and tomorrow Friday it will reach the coast of Veracruz and the Isthmus and Gulf of Tehuantepec.

For today, according to the SMN, no rains are forecast in Yucatan, but showers are expected for tomorrow.

Hitting the north, fishing will stop again.

Just yesterday, Mariano Canul Uicab, president of the lobster cooperative Pescadores del Golfo de México, said that if the conch and sea cucumber closures were truly observed, in Yucatán they could be caught all year long, since they could be caught. both species in February and March; grouper, from April to January; lobster, from June to February, and octopus, from August to December.


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There would be activity all year round, with effective closures

Communities

The cold front 11 would arrive tomorrow and cause a north that would stop the work of Buenos Aires

PROGRESS.— After the north of the cold front 9 struck on Friday the 19th and on Monday the 22nd, that of the frontal system 10 and on Tuesday the ports were reopened to smaller navigation, riparian fishing partially resumed yesterday, Wednesday.

Some boats set sail early to catch grouper, black, white and blonde; in the afternoon others went out fishing for sardines.

The riparians who catch octopus did not work on Tuesday or yesterday.

Because cold front 10 left the Caribbean Sea the day before yesterday and stopped affecting Mexico, the Regional Captaincy closed the ports of Yucatán to minor navigation for only 12 hours, from 8:00 p.m. on Monday to 8:00 a.m. Tuesday.

However, the National Meteorological Service predicted that today the 11th cold front will enter northern Mexico and cause a north, which today will hit the coasts of Tamaulipas and tomorrow Friday it will reach the coast of Veracruz and the Isthmus and Gulf of Tehuantepec.

For today, according to the SMN, no rains are forecast in Yucatan, but showers are expected for tomorrow.

Hitting the north, fishing will stop again.

Just yesterday, Mariano Canul Uicab, president of the lobster cooperative Pescadores del Golfo de México, said that if the conch and sea cucumber closures were truly observed, in Yucatán they could be caught all year long, since they could be caught. both species in February and March; grouper, from April to January; lobster, from June to February, and octopus, from August to December.

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