SOUTHEAST FISHERY BULLETIN
Sustainable Fisheries Division
November 30, 2016
NOAA Fisheries Offers Paperless Way to Receive Information about Fishing Regulations and Management Actions
This is an annual reminder that NOAA Fisheries offers you two ways to receive your fishery bulletins. These bulletins contain fishing regulation information and are typically referred to as "the blue sheets."
You may receive a copy of the bulletin two ways:
To receive an on-line copy of the NOAA Fisheries Southeast Fishery Bulletin, which explains current and proposed fishing regulations please visit http://sero.nmfs.noaa.gov/fishbulletin. You can unsubscribe at any time.
The electronic copy of the bulletin, sent via e-mail, will be delivered to you faster than a paper copy, is in color, features informational links, and reduces paper use.
Note: If you already receive electronic fishery bulletins via email, your subscription will not be affected and you do NOT need to sign up again now.
Text Message Notifications:
SIGN UP FOR TEXT MESSAGE ALERTS -
FIND OUT ABOUT IMMEDIATE OPENINGS AND CLOSURES
NOAA's Text Message Alert Program allows you to receive important fishery related alerts via text message (SMS).
Text alerts you may receive include:
- Immediate fishery openings and closures
- Any significant changes to fishing regulations that happen quickly
Sign up for one or more of the following groups:
- Gulf of Mexico Recreational Fisheries Related Alerts
- oText GULFRECFISH to 888777
- Gulf of Mexico Commercial Fisheries Related Alerts
- oText GULFCOMMFISH to 888777
- South Atlantic Recreational Fisheries Related Alerts
- oText SATLRECFISH to 888777
- South Atlantic Commercial Fisheries Related Alerts
- oText SATLCOMMFISH to 888777
- Caribbean Fisheries Related Alerts
- oText CARIBFISH to 888777
Note: If you already receive fishery bulletins in the mail, you still need to complete the attached survey notice and send it back to NOAA Fisheries. If you do not send to the address below, you will not receive any bulletins in the mail.
This change will be EFFECTIVE January 2, 2017.
In an effort to better serve you, we want to update our records so the Southeast Fishery Bulletins you receive are of interest to you.
Please see below and let us know which regional specific bulletins you would like to receive.
Send your response to the following address:
National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration
Southeast Regional Office, Sustainable Fisheries Division
263 13th Avenue South
Saint Petersburg, FL 33701
Please check all that apply:
_____ Gulf of Mexico
_____ South Atlantic
_____ IFQ (Individual Fishing Quota) Program
_____ All of the Above
Phone Number: ________________________________________________
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