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Marine Fisheries - 2011 News Releases by Headline

Marine Fisheries

2011 News Release Archives By Headline


DECEMBER 2011

NOAA Seeks Comments on an Amended Proposed Rule to Change the Wreckfish Annual Catch Limit to 235,000 Pounds Whole Weight in the South Atlantic

NOAA Fisheries Service Publishes Final Rule to Implement the Comprehensive Ecosystem-Based Amendment 2  

NOAA Announces New Regulations for King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, and Cobia in the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic  

N.C. Blue Crab Fishery Management Plan Advisory Committee to Meet

Reminder of Seasonal Closure for Shallow Water Grouper in the South Atlantic

NOAA Seeks Comments on a Proposed Rule to Eliminate the 240-Foot (40-Fathom) Snapper-Grouper Area Closure in the South Atlantic

NOAA Fisheries Service Requests Public Comments on a Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Actions to Limit Commercial Effort for South Atlantic Black Sea Bass

Council Approves Changes to Black Sea Bass Management

Meetings Set to Discuss Cultch Planting

NOAA Fisheries Service Seeks Public Comment on the Proposed Rule for the South Atlantic Comprehensive Annual Catch Limit Amendment


NOVEMBER 2011

Public Comment Sought on Blue Crab Management Proposals

ASMFC Sets Spiny Dogfish 2012/2013 Fishing Year Quota at 30 Million Pounds

New Spotted Seatrout Regulations to Take Effect Next Week

Division of Marine Fisheries Seeks Comments on Shrimp Fishery Issues


OCTOBER 2011

NOAA Fisheries Service Seeks Public Comment on the South Atlantic Comprehensive Annual Catch Limit Amendment

Marine Fisheries Commission Meeting Set

Tips for a Healthy and Environmentally Responsible Oyster Roast

Public Hearings Scheduled for Black Sea Bass, Red Grouper and Wreckfish Fisheries

NOAA Fisheries Service Announces Closure Date for the South Atlantic Recreational Black Sea Bass Fishery


SEPTEMBER 2011

Local Input Sought on Proposed Strategic Habitat Areas in Pamlico Sound

Fisheries Newsletter Focuses on Latest Coastal Habitat Plan

Seasonal Closure Begins Monday for Recreational Black Sea Bass Fishery North of Cape Hatteras

Commercial Harvest of Vermilion Snapper Closes in the South Atlantic Federal Waters on September 30, 2011

Southern Atlantic Fishery Management Council Approves Amendments for Public Hearings

Marine Fisheries Commission Votes on Striped Bass, Other Issues

Division of Marine Fisheries Continues to Remove Tires from Beach

Marine Fisheries Commission Seeks Advisers

Atlantic States Schedule Hearings on Atlantic Menhaden Draft Addendum V

Pamlico Sound Gill Net Restricted Area Opens Sept. 19

Fisheries Commission Chooses Dates to Open Pamlico, Core Sounds to Flounder Gill Nets

Additional Waters Exempted from Stricter Regulations in Sea Turtle Lawsuit Settlement

Public Input Sought on Estuarine Striped Bass, Spotted Seatrout Plans

Agenda Set for Rescheduled Marine Fisheries Commission Meeting

Marine Fisheries Washington License Office to Reopen

 

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