KAREN NELSON/SUN HERALD 
 Moss Point Mayor Billy Broomfield waits to go before the Jackson County Board of Supervisors on Monday to tell them to leave his city's menhaden industry alone. The county had asked the state to restrict menhaden fishing to one mile off the Jackson County coast to help with by-catch and the population of menhaden. Broomfield asked to board to back off that restriction. It will hurt the industry that pumps $40 million into Moss Point's economy, and besides, "nobody wants a menhaden anyway."
KAREN NELSON/SUN HERALD Moss Point Mayor Billy Broomfield waits to go before the Jackson County Board of Supervisors on Monday to tell them to leave his city's menhaden industry alone. The county had asked the state to restrict menhaden fishing to one mile off the Jackson County coast to help with by-catch and the population of menhaden. Broomfield asked to board to back off that restriction. It will hurt the industry that pumps $40 million into Moss Point's economy, and besides, "nobody wants a menhaden anyway."
KAREN NELSON/SUN HERALD Moss Point Mayor Billy Broomfield waits to go before the Jackson County Board of Supervisors on Monday to tell them to leave his city's menhaden industry alone. The county had asked the state to restrict menhaden fishing to one mile off the Jackson County coast to help with by-catch and the population of menhaden. Broomfield asked to board to back off that restriction. It will hurt the industry that pumps $40 million into Moss Point's economy, and besides, "nobody wants a menhaden anyway."