Fishing for human consumption has been banned in the San Francisco Bay by the governor because of last week's oil spill.
The office of California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger today signed an executive order suspending fishing for human consumption in the bay.
The suspension is in effect until Dec. 1 or until health officials deem the bay safe, said a spokesman for the governor's office.
The action was taken because of the oil spill last week when a ship hit the supports to the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and released 58,000 gallons of fuel into the bay.