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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.

Resources for Fishing

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October 22, 2018 - Resources for Fishing

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

How Many Fish are Being Caught from the Reefs Near the Shores of Hawai‘i?

This is a question that has eluded fishers and managers alike. In an attempt to find some answers, we teamed up with coral reef fish specialists from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and Conservation International to pull together all of
May 01, 2018 - Research ,
School of convict tang or "manini" in Oahu, Hawaii.

Estimating Nearshore Coral Reef-Associated Fisheries Production From the Main Hawaiian Islands

This study estimates nearshore reef fish production for the main Hawaiian Islands at the island scale using commercial and non-commercial catch and characterizes the non-commercial fishery.
April 16, 2018 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

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.
December 21, 2015 - Other Reports ,

Regulatory Impact Review/Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis of Six Proposed Amendments to Subsistence Halibut Fishery Regulations

This Regulatory Impact Review/Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis addresses six actions that amend subsistence halibut regulations, which were recommended by the State of Alaska), Federal agencies, or Alaska Native Tribes for consideration by the North
May 12, 2008 - NEPA ,

Regulatory Impact Review and Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis for Six Proposed Amendments to Subsistence Halibut Fishery Regulations

Analysis to addresses six proposed actions to amend subsistence halibut regulations recommended by the State of Alaska, Federal agencies, or Alaska Native Tribes for consideration by the North Pacific Fishery Management Council.
February 13, 2007 - NEPA ,

Finding of No Significant Impact Environmental Assessment/ Regulatory Impact Review for a Regulatory Amendment to Define a Halibut Subsistence Fishery Category in Convention Waters

The action will promulgate fishery regulations to define the legal harvest of halibut for subsistence use in the Convention waters in and off Alaska.
April 02, 2003 - NEPA ,