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Regulation Changes for 2005 -2006
Changes Affect Summer Flounder, Scup, Black Sea Bass, Striped Bass, and Bluefish
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Acting Commissioner Denise M. Sheehan announced in April that DEC has adopted emergency marine recreational fishing regulations for 2005-06 affecting summer flounder, scup, black sea bass, striped bass, and bluefish.
Effective April 8, 2005, emergency regulations implement the following changes:
Summer Flounder - Minimum size limit: 17.5" Total Length
Possession Limit: 5
Open Season: April 29 through October 31
Scup - Minimum size limit: 10.5" Total Length
Possession Limit: 25
Open Season: July 1 through October 31

Except that passengers fishing aboard licensed Party/Charter boats may each possess up to 60 scup during the period of September 1 through October 31.
Black Sea Bass - Minimum size limit (unchanged): 12" Total Length
Possession limit (unchanged): 25
Open Season: January 1 through November 30
Striped Bass - Possession Limit: 1 fish between 28" and 40" Total Length and
1 fish greater than 40" Total Length

Except that passengers fishing aboard Party/Charter boats possessing a striped bass permit may possess 2 fish with a minimum length of 28" Total Length. Open season (unchanged): April 15 through December 15
Bluefish - Possession Limit: 15 fish, no more than 10 of which may be less than 12 inches in Total Length.
Open season (unchanged): All year
All other marine recreational fishing regulations remain unchanged by this emergency regulation. DEC's website
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New York States Proposed fishing regulation changes for 2006 to 2008
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Dec Announces Marine Fishing Regulation Changes -Historical Fisheries Opening Remains Closed!
DEC ANNOUNCES MARINE FISHING REGULATION CHANGES Changes Made Following Public Review of Draft Regulations

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Denise M. Sheehan today announced revisions to DEC=s commercial and recreational marine fishing regulations. The changes incorporate revisions that are needed to meet requirements of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission=s Interstate Fishery Management Plans (FMPs) and to achieve consistency with federal regulations for cooperatively managed fisheries. Several changes to commercial fishing regulations address recommendations of the Marine Resources Advisory Council.

The changes include the following:

Atlantic Cod and Haddock Recreational Fishing Regulations - the minimum size limits for Atlantic cod and haddock are reduced to 22" and 19", respectively, consistent with federal regulations and those of neighboring states;
Winter Flounder Recreational Fishing Regulations - the minimum length is increased to 12", the possession limit decreased to 10 fish, and the open season reduced to April 1 through May 30 each year, all as required by Amendment 1 to the ASMFC Winter Flounder FMP. The season previously ran from the third Saturday in March to June 30 each year and September 15 to November 30 each year;
Black Sea Bass Recreational Fishing Regulations - the open season is increased to year-round, eliminating the current December 1 through December 31 closure;
Oyster Toadfish - new recreational and commercial regulations are imposed which include a minimum size limit of 10", possession limits of 3 fish recreational or 25 fish commercial, and a closed season from May 15 through July 15; this season closure is for both reac's and comm's.

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