Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic Spiny Lobster Fishery Management Plan


There are no current actions associated with this management plan.

Amendment 13: Modifications to Spiny Lobster Gear Requirements and Cooperative Management Procedures

The final rule for Amendment 13 modifies federal regulations for the harvest of spiny lobster that apply in federal waters off Florida to be compatible with Florida state regulations concerning bully net gear requirements and commercial daily

Regulatory Amendment 4: Spiny Lobster Annual Catch Limits and Targets and Recreational Trap Prohibition in the South Atlantic

This amendment modifies the stock status determination criteria and catch levels for spiny lobster in the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic federal waters based on updated information and revised scientific recommendations; and considers restrictions on

Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic Spiny Lobster Historical Amendments and Rulemaking (1982-2017)

The followingis a list of historic rulemakings to the Fishery Management Plan for Spiny Lobser in theGulf of Mexico and South Atlantic effective in 2017 or earlier. For recent and current rule making, please vistin the Gulf of Mexico and South

Last updated by Southeast Regional Office on 08/29/2019