Amendment 50A-F: State Management Program for Recreational Red Snapper

Overview

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Fishing Type
Recreational
Affected Species
Action Status
Proposed Rule
Published
10/02/2019
Point of Contact
Lauren Waters, Lauren.Waters@noaa.gov; 727-824-5305

Summary

NOAA Fisheries, in collaboration with the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council (Council), is developing a State Management Program Amendment for Recreational Red Snapper to the Fishery Management Plan (FMP) for the Reef Fish Resources of the Gulf of Mexico.  The management alternatives are being proposed for the individual Gulf of Mexico (Gulf) states of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.  State management would enable states and their associated communities to specify the management measures that best meet the needs of their state's constituents, thereby addressing regional socio-economic concerns.


Amendments

Bulletins

Request for Comments: Proposed Rule to Implement State Management of Recreational Red Snapper Fishing in the Gulf of Mexico Comment Period Ends November 1, 2019

FB19-059 Fishery Bulletin, For more information contact Lauren Waters, 727-824-5305, Lauren.Waters@noaa.gov
October 01, 2019 -

Request for Comments on Amendments Proposing State Management of Recreational Red Snapper Fishing in the Gulf of Mexico Comment Period Ends October 7, 2019

FB19-44 Gulf of Mexico Fishery Bulletin. For more information contact: Lauren Waters, 727-524-5305, Lauren.Waters@noaa.gov
August 07, 2019 -

NOAA Fisheries Seeks Public Comment on a Draft Environmental Impact Statement for State Management of Recreational Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico - Comment Period Ends February 4, 2019

FB18-091 Gulf of Mexico Fishery Bulletin; For More Information, Contact: Susan Gerhart 727-824-5305, Susan.Gerhart@noaa.gov
December 21, 2018 -

Request for Comments: Intent to Develop a Draft Environmental Impact Statement for State Management of Gulf of Mexico Recreational Red Snapper

FB18-003 Gulf of Mexico Fishery Bulletin; For More Information, Contact: Lauren Waters, (727) 824-5305, Lauren.Waters@noaa.gov
January 17, 2018 -

Last updated by Southeast Regional Office on 10/03/2019

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