An evaluation of Gulf of Mexico red snapper landings by sector and days fished with and without sector separation
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An evaluation of Gulf of Mexico red snapper landings by sector and days fished with and without sector separation
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    In November 2010, the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council (Gulf Council) hosted a Sector Separation Workshop in Tampa, Florida, to discuss and obtain perspectives on sector separation (GMFMC 2010). Sector separation refers to the dividing of the recreational quota into one or more separate for‐hire and private angler sector quotas. During the past year, the Gulf Council has included actions considering sector separation in several fishery management plan amendments, and most recently voted to begin development of a standalone amendment to address sector separation.
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