Kudos to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission, now it is time for the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission to act.
As we noted last month, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission took action on Atlantic striped bass and approved Draft Addendum VI for public comment. Draft Addendum VI is available at http://www.asmfc.org/files/PublicInput/StripedBassDraftAddVI_PublicComment_Aug2019.pdf or on the Commission’s website at http://www.asmfc.org/about-us/public-input. According to ASMFC’s latest press release, “Public comment will be accepted until 5 PM (EST) on
Leadership like this should be emulated immediately by the other states within the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission.
The 15 states of the ASFMC have scheduled hearings on Striped Bass Addendum VI
Here is a post ASMFC meeting round up and what needs to happen next.
The ASMFC’s Atlantic Striped Bass Management Board meets on August 08, 2019.
The striped bass stock is overfished, and overfishing is occurring. That means striped bass are in trouble action needs to be taken NOW!
New Jersey is conducting a survey about their Striped Bass regulations for 2020. Responses are needed by June 14.
Striped Bass Need Us Now More Than Ever By Tony Friedrich Many striped bass anglers up and down the coast are very concerned about the status of the stock. Last week, a stock assessment workshop (SAW) held a public webinar, where a Stock Assessment Review Committee (SARC) was provided an opportunity to review the science
It’s hard to believe but the holidays are upon us. We are going to ask you for one favor before you plunge head-first into a turkey coma. On October 4th, , NOAA issued an advanced notice of proposed rulemaking to open the EEZ around the Block Island Transit Zone for striped bass harvest. Team
What went down with striped bass at ASMFC, and the larger picture By Capt. John McMurray As is usually the case, we report on things that go down in management meetings which are likely to concern anglers. In regards to last week’s Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission Meeting, there was one dominant angler related