Articles about reallocation
The latest version of Fisheries Economics of the United States has been released and for some reason the National Marine Fisheries Service decided not to separate seafood imports and domestic production from the commercial economic impact estimates, as they did in the prior year.
CCA's call for reallocation could provide much-needed relief for recreational anglers
The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council has taken a long-awaited first step toward addressing outdated allocations between the commercial and recreational sectors in the grouper and red snapper fisheries.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.
Anglers applaud precedent-setting move to examine outdated allocation for scup
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.