Today, NOAA released a report on the status of U.S. marine fisheries for 2005. The government report shows both progress in rebuilding overfished species and response of fisheries managers to slow fishing rates for species that were found in 2005 to have above-target harvests.
Tortugas Reserve Showing More, Larger Fish After Five Years of Protection
Commerce Announces 2006 Fishery Council Appointments
Longline Fishery for Bigeye Tuna Closed for 2006
Sentence of 30-Months Handed Down in Snapper Smuggling Case
Non-native Red Sea Bannerfish Found Thriving off Florida Coast
NOAA Settles Shark Case for $750,000
Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary