The South Atlantic Fishermen's Association is made up of members of the fishing community, seafood lovers and concerned citizens from North Carolina to the Florida Keys. We are committed to providing fresh, local, responsibly harvested seafood; improved fisheries science; and strong fishing communities.
January 13, 2015
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December 10, 2014
The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council (SAFMC) met last week (December 1 -5, 2014). Among the issues they discussed and/or ... MORE
November 14, 2014
NOAA recently released the 2013 Fisheries of the United States report. For US commercial fisheries, a total of 9.9 billion ... MORE
“I support catch shares because I believe there is hope for our grouper fisheries and the fishermen who depend on its supply, and I feel a catch share program is a system that could work. No one is happy where things are now. Restaurants especially need a consistent, steady supply of local seafood. You can’t open and close fisheries—they simply can’t keep up.”