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Marine Fisheries - 2012 News Releases - Archives

Marine Fisheries

2012 News Release Archives By Headline


DECEMBER 2012

Changes to Harvest of American Shad to Take Place Beginning in 2013

Short Recreational Black Sea Bass Season Opens Jan. 1 North of Cape Hatteras

Division Already Acting on Recommendations in State Audit

Cultch Planting Meetings Scheduled for Central and Northern Coastal Areas

Public Comment Sought on Proposed Rules Pertaining to Striped Bass Fishery, Electronic Reporting

Commercial Harvest of Atlantic Wahoo Closing on December 19, 2012

Commercial Harvest of Snowy Grouper Closing to Vessels Fishing in South Atlantic Waters on Dec. 19, 2012

Commercial Harvest of Red Snapper and Gray Triggerfish in the South Atlantic Federal Waters
Will Re-open Dec. 12 - 19, 2012

NOAA Fisheries Publishes a Final Rule to Allow Transfer of Black Sea Bass Pot Endorsements

Commercial Harvest of Blue Runner Closing to Vessels Fishing in the South Atlantic Federal Waters

Cape Fear River Lock and Dam No. 1 Fish Passage Constructed; Draft Plan Released for Public Comment


NOVEMBER 2012

Cultch Planting Meetings Scheduled for Southern Coastal Areas

Shrimp Advisers Sought

State to Take Closer Look at Bycatch in Shrimp Fishery

NMFS Requests Nominations for the Atlantic Highly Migratory Species Advisory Panel

Commercial Harvest of Shallow-Water Grouper and Red Snapper in the South Atlantic Federal Waters will Re-open for Eight Days Starting November 13, 2012


OCTOBER 2012

NOAA Fisheries Seeks Public Comment on Amendment 18B for the Snapper Grouper Fishery of the South Atlantic

Reminder of Boundary Shifts and Commercial Quotas and Trip Limits for King Mackerel   

Marine Fisheries Commission Meeting Set for Morehead City 

Recreational Black Sea Bass Closure Effective November 1, 2012 

Council Votes to Increase Commercial Quota and Trip Limits for Spiny Dogfish

Robert E. Beal Named ASMFC Executive Director 

Marine Fisheries Commission Seeks River Herring Advisers

New Commercial Fishing Safety Requirement to Take Effect Next Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Commercial Harvest of Shallow-Water Grouper Closing to Vessels Fishing in the South Atlantic Federal Waters on October 20, 2012

Pamlico Sound, Core Sound Reopen to Flounder Gill Nets Monday

NOAA Fisheries Announces New Regulations for Golden Tilefish in the South Atlantic

Commercial Harvest of Black Sea Bass Closing to Vessels Fishing in the South Atlantic Federal Waters Oct. 8, 2012

States Schedule Hearings on Atlantic Menhaden Draft Amendment 2

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