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The National Bycatch Report provides bycatch estimates at the fishery and species level.
Bycatch comes in many different forms and affects people in different ways. We asked a few of these people for their perspectives on bycatch.
The National Bycatch Reduction Strategy, developed in collaboration with partners, includes objectives and actions that build on past successes and guide NOAA Fisheries’ efforts to reduce bycatch and bycatch mortality.
Bycatch—marine animals caught incidentally while fishing for another species—is a complex issue. Minimizing bycatch is vital for sustainable fisheries and protecting marine life.
The Bycatch Reduction Engineering Program (BREP) provides funding to those looking for creative solutions to fishery bycatch challenges.
Funding opportunities through the Bycatch Reduction Engineering Program, known as BREP, for innovative solutions to fisheries bycatch challenges.
Innovations in gear help reduce bycatch across the country.
This strategy builds on past and ongoing efforts to reduce bycatch.
Fishing operations sometimes result in “bycatch” of non-target species. Learn how NOAA Fisheries is working with partners to reduce bycatch.
Non-NOAA organizations working to reduce seabird bycatch - their projects, data and reports.
This Bycatch Reduction Device Testing Manual (Manual) establishes a standardized process for evaluating whether bycatch reduction device (BRD) candidates meet the established bycatch reduction criterion.
Halibut prohibited species bycatch by gear, area, target, week, and processing sector.
Crab bycatch rates for the groundfish fisheries in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands and the Gulf of Alaska.
This Sea Turtle Week, we talk with Barbara Schroeder, National Sea Turtle Coordinator, about bycatch innovations that are helping sea turtles thrive and how we work with fishermen to reduce bycatch.
Today, NOAA released the Bycatch Reduction Engineering Report to Congress detailing the agency's progress in preventing and reducing bycatch through research on technology innovation and fishing practice solutions.