The Charter Halibut Limited Access Program established new federal Charter Halibut Permits (CHPs) for operators in the sport charter halibut fishery in International Pacific Halibut Commission regulatory Areas 2C (Southeast Alaska) and 3A (Central Gulf
Subsistence halibut is halibut caught by a rural resident or a member of an Alaska Native tribe for direct personal or familyconsumption as food, sharing for personal or family consumption as food, or customary trade.
Before fishing under the
This permit is required for any person, including vessel owners, fishing non-commercially for bottomfish management unit species in the EEZ around the main Hawaiian Islands. If the participant possesses a current state of Hawaii Commercial Marine
Rose Atoll Monument
Both the owner and operator of a vessel used to fish in the monument must hold either a non-commercial fishing permit or a recreational charter fishing permit. NOAA Fisheries may issue a permit only to a community resident of