Category Archives: News Releases

03/09/18 – SAFMC News Release: Council Delays Changes to Atlantic Cobia Management at March Council Meeting

NEWS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 9, 2018 (PDF - click here) CONTACT: Kim Iverson/843-571-4366/kim.iverson@safmc.net [hr] Council Delays Changes to Atlantic Cobia Management           Fishery managers to wait for Stock ID Workshop preliminary results available in June   After reviewing public comment and considering various management alternatives and timing, members of the South Atlantic Fishery…
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01/18/18 – SAFMC News Release: Council Seeks Applicants for Federal Fishery Advisory Panels; Workgroup

NEWS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 18, 2018 (PDF - click here) CONTACT: Kim Iverson/843-571-4366/kim.iverson@safmc.net [hr] Council Seeks Applicants for Federal Fishery Advisory Panels; Workgroup New System Management Plan Workgroup formed to address managed areas   The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council is currently soliciting applicants for open advisory panel seats as well as positions…
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01/11/18 – SAFMC News Release: Council Seeks Input on Proposed Changes to Atlantic Cobia Management

NEWS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 11, 2018 (PDF - click here) CONTACT: Kim Iverson/843-571-4366/kim.iverson@safmc.net [hr] Council Seeks Input on Proposed Changes for Atlantic Cobia Management Public hearings scheduled via webinar with listening stations; written comment period open   Members of the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council are soliciting public input on proposed management changes…
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12/13/17 – SAFMC News Release: Federal Fishing Regulations Moving to New Fish Rules Mobile App

NEWS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 13, 2017 (PDF - click here) CONTACT: Kim Iverson/843-571-4366/kim.iverson@safmc.net [hr] Federal Fishing Regulations Moving to New Fish Rules Mobile App SA Fishing Regulations app information transitions effective January 1, 2018   Keeping up with offshore fishing regulations can be a challenge. Many fishermen have taken advantage of the South…
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