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Marine Fisheries


JUNE 2012

Fishermen Needed for Upcoming 2013 Stock Assessments of Gray Triggerfish and Blueline Tilefish

U.S. Commerce Department Announces 2012 Regional Fishery Council Appointments

Public Comment Sought on New Inshore Fishing Reefs/Oyster Sanctuaries

State Fisheries Commission Denies Consideration of Request for Declaratory Ruling

Commercial Harvest of the Jacks Complex Closed to Vessels Fishing in the South Atlantic Federal Waters

Mid-Atlantic Council Recommends Measures to Protect River Herring and Shad

Council Requests Emergency Rule to Allow Red Snapper Harvest this Year

State Fisheries Commission Schedules Meeting to Discuss Request for Declaratory Ruling

NOAA Fisheries Service Has Implemented a Rebuilding Plan for Red Grouper in the South Atlantic

Coastal and Joint Waters Map Now Available on Mobile Website

State Seeks Applicants for Saltwater Fishing License Projects


MAY 2012

Recreational Harvest of Golden Tilefish in the South Atlantic Waters is Closing on June 8, 2012

States Schedule Hearings on Black Drum Public Information Document (REVISED)

NOAA Certifies Additional Designs and Materials for Fishermen Currently Required to Use Turtle Excluder Devices

States Schedule Hearings on Black Drum Public Information Document

States Schedule Public Hearings on Atlantic Striped Bass Addendum III

Seats Still Available for Coastal Recreational Fishing License Grant Program Symposium

North Carolina to Prohibit Menhaden Purse Seine Fishery in State Waters

Fisheries Commission Extends Flounder Gill Net Closure; Decreases Yardage Limit in Carteret County Waters

Delayed Start Date of the 2012/2013 Commercial Fishing Season for Black Sea Bass in the South Atlantic
(July 1, 2012)

NOAA Fisheries Service is Eliminating the 240-Foot (40-Fathom) Snapper-Grouper Prohibition in the South Atlantic

Commercial, Recreational Landings Decrease Slightly

NOAA Seeks Public Comment for Proposed Rule to Require Turtle Excluder Device Use for Skimmer Trawls, Pusher-Head Trawls, and Wing Nets (Butterfly Trawls)

ASMFC 2012 Spring Meeting Press Releases, Meeting Summaries and Motions

ASMFC Presents Annual Awards of Excellence

The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Announces a Proposed Rule to Adjust the 2012 North and South Atlantic Swordfish Quotas and Other Measures

Atlantic Highly Migratory Species;North and South Atlantic Swordfish Quotas and Management Measures


APRIL 2012

Public Scoping Meetings for an Amendment to the Highly Migratory Species Fishery Management Plan (HMS FMP)(Amendment 7)

NOAA Fisheries Service Seeks Public Comment on Amendment 11 for Spiny Lobster in the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic

Marine Fisheries Commission Slated to Meet in Atlantic Beach (CORRECTION)

Marine Fisheries Commission Slated to Meet in Atlantic Beach

NOAA Fisheries Service Seeks Comments on a Supplemental Proposed Rule; Revision of Commercial Quota for Greater Amberjack in the South Atlantic

Mid-Atlantic Council Votes to Initiate Amendment for Deep-Sea Coral Management

Council Seeks Nominations for Atlantic Sturgeon Advisory Panel

Symposium Showcases Five Years of the Coastal Recreational Fishing License Grant Program

ASMFC Black Sea Bass Board Finalizes 2012 Recreational Measures

Public Comments Sought on New Oyster Sanctuary in Neuse River

New Bycatch Reduction Devices Certified for the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic Shrimp Fisheries and Shrimp Effort Restrictions Relaxed in the Gulf of Mexico

Fishermen Should Take Note that Atlantic Sturgeon Will be Listed as an Endangered Species

NOAA Requests Comments on Proposed Rule to Establish Rebuilding Plan for Red Grouper and on Proposed Rule for Amendment 20A (wreckfish)

ASMFC Black Sea Bass Board Finalizes 2012 Recreational Measures

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