Category Archives: Regulatory Notices

2/21/17: NOAA Fisheries – FB17-012: Request for Comments: Proposed Rule to Modify Management of Atlantic Cobia (Georgia through New York)

South Atlantic Fishery Bulletin  Bringing Fishing News to You [hr] FB17-012 (Download PDF) FISHERY BULLETIN ISSUE DATE: February 21, 2017 CONTACT:  Karla Gore, Karla.Gore@noaa.gov, or 727-824-5305 Request for Comments: Proposed Rule to Modify Management of Atlantic Cobia (Georgia through New York)                        KEY MESSAGE: NOAA Fisheries requests…
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2/2/17 – NOAA Fisheries – FB17-006: Delay in Implementation of a Final Rule for Black Sea Bass and for Dolphin in Federal Waters of the Atlantic

South Atlantic Fishery Bulletin  Bringing Fishing News to You [hr] FB17-006 FISHERY BULLETIN ISSUE DATE: February 2, 2017 CONTACT: Sustainable Fisheries (727) 824-5305 Delay in Implementation of a Final Rule for Black Sea Bass and for Dolphin in Federal Waters of the Atlantic                            KEY MESSAGE NOAA Fisheries has delayed the effectiveness of two…
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1/31/17 – NOAA Fisheries – FB17-005: Atlantic Spanish Mackerel Southern Zone Commercial Trip Limit Reduction to 1,500 pounds on February 6, 2017

South Atlantic Fishery Bulletin  Bringing Fishing News to You   FB17-005 FISHERY BULLETIN ISSUE DATE: January 31, 2017 CONTACT: Sustainable Fisheries (727) 824-5305   Atlantic Spanish Mackerel Southern Zone Commercial Trip Limit Reduction to 1,500 pounds on February 6, 2017                        WHAT/WHEN: The daily trip limit for the commercial harvest of Atlantic Spanish mackerel in the…
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1/25/2017: NOAA Fisheries – FB17-004: Atlantic Cobia (Georgia through New York) Recreational Fishing Season is Closed in Federal Waters

South Atlantic Fishery Bulletin  Bringing Fishing News to You FB17-004 FISHERY BULLETIN ISSUE DATE: January 25, 2016 CONTACT: Sustainable Fisheries (727) 824-5305 [hr] Atlantic Cobia (Georgia to New York) Recreational Fishing Season is Closed in Federal Waters              WHAT/WHEN: Recreational harvest of Atlantic migratory group cobia (from Georgia to New…
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