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Halibut Subsistence Fishing Results

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How to Replace or Renew a Subsistence Halibut Registration Certificate (SHARC)

Before fishing under the subsistence halibut regulations, fishermen must obtain a Subsistence Halibut Registration Certificate (SHARC).

Alaska Online Services

eFISH, eLandings, seaLandings and tLandings - online services for Alaska's federal fisheries.

Frequently Asked Questions - Alaska Subsistence Halibut Program

Subsistence halibut is halibut caught by a rural resident or a member of an Alaska Native tribe for direct personal or family consumption as food, sharing for personal or family consumption as food, or customary trade.

Subsistence Halibut Fishing in Alaska

Subsistence halibut is halibut caught by a rural resident or a member of an Alaska Native tribe for direct personal or family consumption as food, sharing for personal or family consumption as food, or customary trade.

Alaska Subsistence Halibut Fishery Applications and Reporting Forms

Subsistence halibut is halibut caught by a rural resident or a member of an Alaska Native tribe for direct personal or familyconsumption as food, sharing for personal or family consumption as food, or customary trade. Before fishing under the
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Sustainable Fisheries in Alaska

Alaska produces about 60 percent of seafood harvested domestically in the United States. That’s about 6 billion pounds annually, valued at nearly $2 billion. Alaska is also home to the nation’s largest fishery by volume: pollock.
Westward Seafoods in Unalaska, Alaska

Subsistence Halibut Program - Small Entity Compliance Guide

Subsistence Halibut is halibut caught by a rural resident or a member of an Alaska Native tribe for direct personal or family consumption as food, sharing for personal or family consumption as food, or customary trade.
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