Alex Masumoto

Member, United Anglers of Southern California

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Member of the United Anglers of Southern California and owner of The Rusty Hook, a tackle shop in San Pedro

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Yesterday, the state Fish and Game Commission  approved 34 ocean habitat reserves  off the coast of California from Point Conception to the Mexican border.

State Commission Approves Marine Reserves, Fishing Limits

Yesterday, the state Fish and Game Commission approved 34 ocean habitat reserves off the coast of California from Point Conception to the Mexican border.

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