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Alaska Halibut Sport Fishing Results

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Pacific Halibut Sport Fishing by Guided Sport Charter Vessels in Alaska - Federal Register Rules and Notices

Final Rule: Requirement that Charter Halibut Permits (CHPs) to be registered annually with NOAA Fisheries before use. In 2010, NOAA Fisheries implemented the Charter Halibut Limited Access Program that issued a limited number of CHPs to

Restricted Access Management Program (RAM)

The Restricted Access Management Program is responsible for managing Alaska Region permit programs, including those that limit access to the Federally-managed fisheries of the North Pacific. 

Regulatory Impact Review for a Regulatory Amendment to Establish a Charter Halibut Permit Annual Registration

Analysis of proposed management measures that would apply exclusively to the guided recreational (charter) sector fishing for Pacific halibut in International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) regulatory Area 2C and 3A.
September 18, 2019 - Analyses (non-NEPA) ,

Charter Halibut Limited Access Program

Small Entity Compliance Guide and Frequently Asked Questions - The Charter Halibut Limited Access Program established new Federal Charter Halibut Permits (CHPs) for operators in the charter halibut fishery in regulatory Areas 2C (Southeast Alaska) and 3A
April 16, 2019 - Policy and Guidance ,

Charter Halibut Limited Access - Area 2C Historical Information

International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) 2C (Southeast Alaska) sport halibut litigation, and the replacement of the Pacific halibut guideline harvest level program with the catch sharing plan.

Sport Fishing in Alaska

Alaska's 40,544 miles of coastline represents 40% of the US total and provides endless recreational fishing opportunities in both fresh and marine waters. The State of Alaska, Department of Fish and Game manages most of Alaska's recreational fisheries

Unguided Sport Fishing for Halibut in Alaska

Summary of halibut sport fishing regulations for unguided anglers in Areas 2C and 3A, and all sport halibut anglers elsewhere in Alaska.

Sitka Sound Local Area Management Plan (LAMP)

The Sitka Sound Local Area Management Plan was implemented in 1999 to reduce competition for halibut in Sitka Sound.

Guided Angler Fish (GAF) Program Annual Reports

The Catch Sharing Plan authorizes transfers of Alaska commercial halibut individual fishing quota (IFQ) as guided angler fish (GAF) to qualified charter halibut permit holders for harvest by charter vessel anglers in International Pacific Halibut
March 04, 2019 - Program Review ,

Sport Halibut Fishing in Alaska

Recreational fishing for Pacific halibut on charter boats (guided) or as unguided recreational fishermen in Alaska.