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Sen. Shelby champions recreational anglers

Alabama senator proposes significant fixes for Gulf red snapper mess
Posted on December 16, 2015

Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) made clear in June that he intended to level the playing field for recreational anglers in the Gulf of Mexico by inserting several provisions dealing specifically with red snapper into the  Fiscal Year 2016 appropriations bill. With introduction of the Congressional Omnibus Appropriations bill today, Sen. Shelby strengthened his commitment to fight for anglers with specific language on state boundaries as well as red snapper allocation and stock assessments.

Letter from America's recreational fishing and boating community requesting DOC issue a corrected "2012 Fisheries Economics of the United States."

Posted on May 09, 2014

Catch share proponents attack recreational angling

Lawsuit seeks to restrict Gulf recreational red snapper anglers
Posted on July 11, 2013

CCA calls on South Atlantic Council to manage for the future

Reallocation glaringly absent from documents on managing fisheries
Posted on March 04, 2011

As part of its ongoing effort to encourage the federal fisheries management system to overhaul the way it views the nation’s marine resources, Coastal Conservation Association is urging the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council to break with the failed policies of the past and chart new management plans for a series of important recreational fisheries.

Gulf Council begins to act on call for reallocation

CCA's call for reallocation could provide much-needed relief for recreational anglers
Posted on February 11, 2011

The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council has taken a long-awaited first step toward addressing outdated allocations between the commercial and recreational sectors in the grouper and red snapper fisheries. During its meeting this week in Gulfport, the Council voted to begin an amendment on grouper allocations, and to review red snapper allocations and transferability options at its next meeting in April.

Recreational sector stands united against sector separation

Overwhelming opposition to management scheme at Gulf Council workshop
Posted on November 10, 2010

If the public comment period at the Sector Separation Workshop hosted by the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council is any indication, recreational anglers are united against any proposal to separate the recreational sector into for-hire/charter and private boat angler categories. The three-day workshop was put on by the Gulf Council this week ostensibly to help managers and stakeholders gain a better understanding of sector separation as a proposed management tool for recreational fisheries.

Fisheries managers take huge step toward righting allocations

Anglers applaud precedent-setting move to examine outdated allocation for scup
Posted on November 10, 2010

CHARLESTON, SC – The Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Management Council and the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Committee met jointly today, and in response to a request from Coastal Conservation Association voted to begin an analysis of the scup fishery to determine whether a modification of the current allocation is needed.