Grand Strand fishermen are taking their fight against a catch limits to North Charleston Wednesday. About 40 men left Wednesday morning to attend one of several public hearings held by the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council.
Charter fishing boat owners and commercial fishermen say that bag limits on black sea bass, scheduled to begin next month and continue until June first, will cripple their earnings.
"That's our primary fish that we fish for during that time of year," said Keith Logan, owner of Feedin' Frenzy Charters of Little River.
Logan says he doesn't believe the Fishery Council's count of black bass or other species are accurate or that catch limits are needed to prevent overfishing of those species.