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Seven Seafood Organizations Support Federal Management of Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico


WASHINGTON, D.C. — As policy discussions ramp up in Washington over the management of the Gulf of Mexico’s iconic American Red Snapper, seven organizations are urging legislators to leave resource decisions in the hands of Federal agencies, not state commissions. In a letter to the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on Interior, […]

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Louisiana Restaurant Association Awards GSI $50,000 Advocacy Grant


Louisiana Restaurant Association Awards GSI $50,000 Advocacy Grant

The Louisiana Restaurant Association, has awarded the Gulf Seafood Institute a $50,000 grant to advocate for one of the most important menu items from New Orleans to Shreveport – Gulf seafood.

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House Committee Holds Hearing on Gulf Red Snapper Legislation


House Committee Holds Hearing on Gulf Red Snapper Legislation

The House Committee on Natural Resources’ Subcommittee on Water, Power and Oceans met to a packed room filled with Gulf commercial and charter-for-hire fishermen to hear public testimony on H.R. 3094, the “Gulf States Red Snapper Management Authority Act” which gives Gulf States control of the red snapper fishery.

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Gulf Council Tables Red Snapper Reallocation in Favor of Sector Separation


Gulf Council Tables Red Snapper Reallocation in Favor of Sector Separation

Facing opposition on an amendment that would take a portion of the red snapper fishery from Gulf seafood providers for the exclusive use of recreational fishing, the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council voted to defer further action on Amendment 28.

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Gulf Council Deals With Recreational Red Snapper Uncertainty


Gulf Council Deals With Recreational Red Snapper Uncertainty

Charter boat and recreational fishermen in the Gulf of Mexico will be facing a short season for red snapper this year, having just 11 days to hook the prized fish in federal waters.

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