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2014 News Releases By Headline


DECEMBER 2014

NOAA Fisheries Conducting a Voluntary Survey of Individuals Who Have Harvested River Herring

NOAA Fisheries Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Actions to Modify Catch Limits for Snapper-Grouper Species and Gray Triggerfish Management Measures

Commercial Harvest of the Porgy Complex in South Atlantic Waters Will Close on December 9, 2014

Commercial Harvest of Cobia in South Atlantic Waters Will Close on December 11, 2014

Commercial Red Drum Trip Limit Drops to Four Fish Per Day

Marine Patrol Pulls in Commercial Red Drum Offenders

NOAA Fisheries Announces the Final Rule for Amendment 7 to the 2006 Consolidated Highly Migratory Species Fishery Management Plan

New Striped Bass Harvest Limits Set for Atlantic Ocean and Albemarle Sound/Roanoke River Management Areas


NOVEMBER 2014

Marine Fisheries Commission Approved Preferred Management Options for Striped Mullet Fishery

Applications Being Accepted for New Red Drum License Plate

Fishing Restrictions for South Atlantic Marine Protected Areas Including the St. Lucie Hump Marine Protected Area

Commercial Harvest of Gag in South Atlantic Waters Will Close on November 21, 2014

NOAA Fisheries Announces New Regulations for the Snapper-Grouper Fishery in the South Atlantic Small Entity Compliance Guide

Marine Fisheries Commission Meeting Set for Nov. 19-21 in Kitty Hawk

State Coastal Waters Return to Normal Fall Gill Net Fishing Status

State Certifies New Skipjack Tuna Record


OCTOBER 2014

Coastal Waters in Southern Area of State Reopen to Large-Mesh Gill Nets

NOAA Fisheries Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Changes to King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel and Cobia Regulations

Some Waters Close, Some Open to Anchored Large-Mesh Gill Nets

Marine Fisheries Commission to Meet to Discuss Laws, Rules and Processes

Meetings Set to Discuss Proposed For-Hire Logbook Requirement

Tips for a Healthy Oyster Season

Coastal Waters in Northern Part of State to Close to Anchored Large-Mesh Gill Nets

Public Comment Sought on Proposed Rules

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