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.
Examination of proposed changes to the management of the Pacific halibut charter fisheries and commercial halibut setline fisheries in International Pacific Halibut Commission regulatory Areas 2C and 3A in the Gulf of Alaska.
Analysis of proposed action to amend the definition of “sport fishing guide services” in Federal regulations that govern the charter halibut fishery in Southeast (Area 2C) and Southcentral (Area 3A) Alaska.
Analysis of a regulatory amendment to revise the approach used to assign angler endorsements to charter halibut permits under the halibut charter moratorium program in International Pacific Halibut Commission Areas 2C and 3A.
This analysis examines two alternatives to limit entry into the Pacific halibut guided sport (charter) fisheries in International Pacific Halibut Commission Regulatory Areas 2C and 3A in the Gulf of Alaska.
Analysis of the environmental and economic impacts of a proposed rule. This rule would create a one-halibut daily bag limit for persons fishing for halibut from guided charter vessels in waters in and off of Southeast Alaska.
Analyses of a series of potential changes to the prevailing management of the Pacific halibut charter fishing sector in Area 2C to reduce charter harvests to a level below the Guideline Harvest Level (GHL) in 2008.