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Colombian Treaty Water Commercial Fishing Permit (Open Access)

Online Renewal: No Moratorium: No Logbook Requirements: No Transferrable: No Expiration Date: December 31st of theyear the permits were issued Additional Information: 1. Requires hull color, superstructure color, international radio
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Gill Net for King Mackerel Commercial Fishing Permit (Limited Access)

Online Renewal: Yes (via the Southeast Fisheries Permit System) Moratorium: Yes Logbook Requirements: Yes, this permit requires logbooks.Click vessel reporting status. Transferrable: Yes. For details, please read transferring permit instructions

King Mackerel Commercial Fishing Permit (Limited Access)

Online Renewal: Yes (via the Southeast Fisheries Permit System) Moratorium: Yes Logbook Requirements: Yes, this permit requires logbooks.Click vessel reporting status here. Transferrable: Yes. For details, please read transferring permit

Spiny Lobster Tailing Commercial Fishing Permit (Open Access)

Online Renewal: Yes(via the Southeast Fisheries Permit System) Moratorium: No Logbook Requirements: No logbooks are required. Transferrable: No. All open access permits are non-transferrable Expiration Date:If the vessel owner is an
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Alaska Amendment 80 Applications and Forms

The North Pacific Fishery Management Council adopted Amendment 80 to meet the broad goals of: (1) improving retention and utilization of fishery resources by the non-American Fisheries Act (AFA) trawl catcher/processor fleet by extending the groundfish
Catch Shares, Commercial, Processor/Catcher ,

Alaska Chinook Salmon Bycatch Applications and Reporting Forms

Chinook salmon are accidentally caught in the federally managed pollock and non-pollock trawl fisheries in the Gulf of Alaska (GOA) and Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands (BSAI). In 2016, Amendment 110 to the Fishery Management Plan for the Groundfish of
Catch Shares, Commercial, Dealer/Buyer, Processor/Catcher ,

Alaska Community Development Quota Program Applications and Forms

The Western Alaska Community Development Quota (CDQ) Program allocates a percentage of all Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands quotas for groundfish, prohibited species, halibut, and crab to eligible communities. The purpose of the CDQ Program is to (i) to
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Alaska Community Quota Entity Applications

Certain Federal limited access programs provide eligible Alaskan communities an opportunity to improve their economies with special fishery-related privileges. In these programs, eligible communities can form nonprofit entities called Community Quota
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Alaska Exempted Fishing Permits

An exempted fishing permit is a permit issued by the Alaska Region to allow groundfish fishing activities that would otherwise be prohibited under regulations for groundfish fishing. These permits are issued for limited experimental purposes to support
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Alaska Federal Fisheries Permit and Federal Processor Permit Applications

A FFPpermit is required for US vessels which are used to fish for groundfish in the Gulf of Alaska or Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands. This permit is also required for vessels used to fish for any non-groundfish species and that are required to retain
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