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Rachal Hisler's Son holding a red snapper on a boat in the Gulf of Mexico. Photo courtesy of Rachal Hisler.
Can Gulf fishermen balance the fishery management council?
Red Snapper. Courtesy of NOAA Fisheries
Alabama to use tablets to get anglers' snapper data
Big red snapper. Photo courtesy of Fish and Wildlife Research Institute
U.S., Alabama at odds over reduced red snapper quota
The charter boat Alabama is operated out of Naples, Fla., by captain Allen Walburn, a plaintiff in the case Mexican Gulf Fishing Co. v. U.S. Department of Commerce. New Civil Liberties Alliance video image.
NMFS Gulf of Mexico electronic monitoring suspended after charter captains’ court win
Photo by Lara Jameson
Federal red snapper rules advance toward approval despite criticism
Red snapper at the dock. Gulf of Mexico Reef Fish Shareholders Alliance photo.
Higher red snapper catch limits for 2023 Gulf of Mexico
A boat stranded by Hurricane Ian's storm surge at Matlacha, Fla. Casey Streeter photo.
After Hurricane Ian, reckoning looms for Southwest Florida fishermen
NOAA's Office of Law Enforcement patrolling in the Southeast. NOAA photo.
Georgia seafood dealer fined for buying from recreational anglers
Viewpoint: Overcapitalization in the Gulf snapper fishery
“This case is the latest in a series of cases challenging defendants’ unlawful favoritism of the recreational fishing sector in the Gulf of Mexico.” —A.P. Bell Fish Co., Southern Offshore Fishing Association, Gulf Reef Fish Shareholders’ Alliance.
Red grouper could be precedent for new Gulf catch reallocations
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission photo.
Florida captain pays $22,300 to settle federal fisheries case
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