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Summer Flounder, Scup, and Black Sea Bass 2019 Recreational Management Measures

Follow your state regulations for summer flounder. Black sea bass and scup recreational rules are the same as 2018.
July 02, 2019 -

NOAA Fisheries Certifies Alabama's Snapper Check Survey Design

NOAA Fisheries announced that the agency has certified the design of Alabama’s Snapper Check survey of charter and private boat fishing for red snapper. This Marine Recreational Information Program (MRIP) supplemental survey was developed and implemented
August 17, 2018 - Feature Story ,
Angler with red snapper.
Jul
18

Second Public Webinar on Revised Recreational Catch Estimates

| 6:00-7:00 p.m.

NOAA Fisheries recently released revised Marine Recreational Information Program catch estimates from 1981 to 2017 as part of its transition from the Coastal Household Telephone Survey to the new Fishing Effort Survey. The FES is a more accurate way to

Jul
13

Public Webinar on Revised Recreational Catch Estimates

| 10:00-11:00 a.m.

NOAA Fisheries recently released revised Marine Recreational Information Program catch estimates from 1981 to 2017 as part of its transition from the Coastal Household Telephone Survey to the new Fishing Effort Survey. The FES is a more accurate way to

NOAA Fisheries Releases Revised MRIP Recreational Catch and Effort Estimates

Learn more about the revised Marine Recreational Information Program catch and effort estimates.
July 09, 2018 - Leadership Message ,
Shore fishing.
Jun
27

Fishing Effort Survey Calibration Model Peer Review

| 9:00am

In 2017, NOAA Fisheries convened a peer review of a calibration model proposed by the Marine Recreational Information Program to support its transition from the Coastal Household Telephone Survey to a new mail Fishing Effort Survey.

Recreational Fishing Data Glossary

The terms used in the Marine Recreational Information Program's query tool are defined below.

How the Marine Recreational Information Program Has Improved

By improving our existing methods, developing new methods, and integrating emerging technologies into our work, we are able to support the monitoring that is needed to accurately report total recreational catch.

The Marine Recreational Information Program's Improvement Process

Collecting recreational fishing data in support of recreational fisheries management is a process that requires ongoing improvement.