DEEP: Notices to Fishermen
Notices to Fishermen
2019
10/18/2019Commercial Fishery Possession Limit Adjustment
  Effective 0001 hours Sunday, October 20, 2019, the black sea bass commercial fishery possession limit will be increased to 200 pounds. (N19-13)
10/1/2019Commercial Fishery Possession Limit Adjustment
  Effective 0001 hours Tuesday, October 1, 2019, per NOAA Fisheries, the commercial fishery possession limit for scup will be 27,000 pounds for the Winter 2 Period (October 1 - December 31). (N19-12)
9/25/2019Commercial Fishery Possession Limit Adjustment
  Effective 0001 hours Wednesday, September 25, 2019, the commercial fishery possession limits have been adjusted. (N19-11)
9/24/2019DEEP Marine Fisheries Public Hearing
  The DEEP Marine Fisheries Program is holding a public hearing on a proposed addition to the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies concerning commercial fishery possession limits. (N19-10)
:Public Hearing to be held October 16, 2019
Written comments due by October 16, 2019
8/23/2019Commercial Fishery Possession Limit Adjustment
  Effective 0001 hours Sunday, August 25, 2019, the black sea bass commercial fishery possession limit will be increased to 100 pounds. (N19-07
8/23/2019ASMFC Public Hearing on Striped Bass Management
  The DEEP Marine Fisheries Program is hosting two public hearings of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission to gather input on Draft Addendum VI to the Interstate Fishery Management Plan for Striped Bass. (N19-06)
Public Hearings will be held September 23, 2019 and September 25, 2019.
6/28/2019Commercial Fishery Possession Limit Adjustment
  Effective 0001 hours Sunday, June 30, 2019, the scup commercial fishery possession limit will be decreased to 600 pounds for holders of Scup License Endorsements. (N19-05)
4/30/20192019 Commercial Fishery Possession Limits
  Possession limits for scup, black sea bass and summer flounder will be in effect on May 1, 2019, for Connecticut's commercial fisheries. (N19-04)
4/16/2019Notice to Recreational Fishermen
  There are new scup recreational fishing measures for 2019. (N19-03)
4/1/2019Commercial Fishery Possession Limits
  Effective immediately the landing limit for the commercial harvest of summer flounder will be to 800 pounds per week (0001 hours Sunday through 2359 hours on Saturday). N19-02
2/21/2019Notice of Public Informational Hearing
  The CT DEEP Marine Fisheries Program is holding two Public Informational Meetings to get input on potential changes to recreational management measures for scup in 2019 and to provide information on the status of other important recreational species. (N19-01
Hearings to be held February 27, 2019 and February 28, 2019