NMMA supports end to request for catch-share pilot program
The NMMA said the announcement represented a victory for the South Atlantic angling industry and anglers nationwide.
Groups oppose NOAA status for Pacific bluefin tuna
The letter was in response to a petition filed earlier this year to ban all fishing for Pacific bluefin tuna in U.S. waters.
NOAA seeks applicants for marine sanctuaries councils
The NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries is seeking advisory council applicants.
Recreational fishing allowed in protected marine area off Hawaii
The expansion extends out to 200 miles, or the limits of the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone, creating the world’s largest marine protected area.
Groups criticize NOAA policy on fisheries allocation
A long-awaited policy review has a coalition of recreational fishing advocates demanding Congress change laws.
NOAA reports 12-month string of warming temperatures
April 2016 showed record warmth, rounding out a full year of record-breaking monthly temperatures for the Earth.
Conservation groups hand out Guy Harvey scholarships
Five young anglers will receive $1,000 awards from the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation.
NOAA study says bait-and-tackle shops boost economy
Independent marine recreational bait and tackle retail stores provide a big boost to the U.S. economy, a NOAA study recently found.
ABC 2015: NOAA talks about new saltwater fishing policy
A top NOAA official introduced the agency’s accompanying implementation plan to the marine industry on Tuesday.
VIDEO: NOAA lends support to saltwater-fishing policy
The implementation plan is designed to support the latest National Saltwater Recreational Fishing Policy.