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Southeast For-Hire Electronic Reporting Program Newsletter

September 2019 Southeast For-Hire Electronic Reporting Program (SEFHIER) Newsletter. Download the PDF for a full color version.
September 09, 2019 -

SOUTHEAST REGION FOR-HIRE ELECTRONIC REPORTING DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2019

2019 SOUTHEAST REGION FOR-HIRE ELECTRONIC REPORTING DEVELOPMENT PLAN Prepared by: Sustainable Fisheries Division Southeast Regional Office July 9, 2019 SERO-LAPP-2019-5
July 22, 2019 - Policy and Guidance ,

Framework Action: Replacement of Historical Captain Permits with Standard Federal Charter/Headboat Permits

This amendment and rule will provide an opportunity for eligible individuals to replace historical captain permits in the reef fish and coastal migratory pelagic fisheries with standard federal for-hire permits.  The rule would apply to
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Issued
10/21/2019

Sea Turtle Release Gear Required for Vessels in the Gulf of Mexico or South Atlantic with a Freeboard Height of equal to 4 ft or Less

Sea Turtle Release Gear Required for Vessels in the Gulf of Mexico or South Atlantic with Commercial and/or For-Hire Hook and Line Fisheries and  Freeboard Height of 4 ft or Less. Freeboard is defined as the working distance between the top rail of the
May 28, 2019 -

Gulf of Mexico Historical Recreational Landings and Annual Catch Limit (ACL) Monitoring

This page provides a summary of recreational landings history in the Gulf of Mexico and information regarding regulations at that time. Any discrepancies between this information and the regulations published in the Federal Register will be resolved in

Frequent Questions: Release Protocols for Endangered Species Act-Listed Sea Turtles and Smalltooth Sawfish

Protocol for Federally-Permitted Commercial and For-hire Vessels in the Gulf of Mexico Reef Fish and South Atlantic Snapper Grouper Fisheries. Updated 05/2019

NOAA Fisheries Announces New Modifications to Sea Turtle Release Gear for the Gulf of Mexico Reef Fish Fishery

FB19-027 Gulf of Mexico Fishery Bulletin; For more information, Contact: Kelli O'Donnell, 727-824-5305, Kelli.Odonnell@noaa.gov
May 17, 2019 -

Modification of the Coastal Migratory Pelagic and Reef Fish Charter Vessel/Headboat Permit Renewal and Transfer Requirements

March 2013 Regulations implemented through the Coastal Migratory Pelagic and Reef Fish Fishery Management Plans limit Gulf for-hire permit transfers and renewals to vessels that have the same passenger capacity or a lower passenger capacity. 
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Effective
10/21/2019