Username:
Password:
Get Account    
Login
         Home  |  Magazine  |  Reports  |  Discussion  |  Photos  |  Tides  |  Weather  |  Community  |  Updates  |  Fishing Info  |  Contact

HomeSearchTop PostersToday's Active Topics



NYS FLUKE & PORGY & STRIPER REGS for 2013??????????????

Page  1, 2, 3, 4, 5  Next


  Discussion Boards > Fisheries Management
Author Message
bigtunabunda


Joined: 10/04/2005
Posts: 960
Location: North Queens
 posted 04/09/2013 09:51 PM  

I didn't SEE proof positive mention of these yet myself after looking for a bit.

Since no else seems to have asked these stupid questions I figured I'll be the one to pull the trigger on it.

I'm guessing that nothing has been "OFFICIALLY" voted in yet or else we'd have heard about it.

What I've "HEARD" through the grapevine is people are now saying they'll do a repeat of last year's fluke regs which I believe were May 1st start and 4 fluke per day @ 19 1/2 inches.

On the porgy story people are also talking May 1st start as well and 30 per person I think it's still 11 1/2 inches???

The word is striped bass will remain the same for this year too, but will be looked at hard for change for next year possibly going back to 1 fish per person per day and 36 inches.

Is any or all of this true? Can anyone confirm this????

If it IS TRUE,...I think it sounds pretty cool. I'm hoping this will be the final word on it.


I lift fish up then put them down!!
 
George1


Joined: 11/12/2003
Posts: 1609
Location: Staten Island, New York
 posted 04/10/2013 09:06 AM  

Regs

They will be posting the new regs. any day, wait and see!!!!


OLD FISHERMAN NEVER DIE,
WE JUST SMELL THAT WAY
 
reelfisher
Noreast.com Club Member


Moderator
Posted Reports
Partyboat Fishing
Fisheries Management

Joined: 07/21/2003
Posts: 11265
Location: Jamesport
 posted 04/11/2013 11:17 AM  

The regs for fluke, scup and black sea bass will be promulgated together. Right now the DEC is waiting for Amendment XXIV to the Summer Flounder FMP to be approved so that we can utilize fish from other states that did not fully liberalize their regulations. It looks like we will most likely be able to retain last years regs and MAYBE a little better. Scup is expected to be 30 fish @ 10" 5/1 to 12/31 with a bonus season of 45 fish from 9/1 - 130/31 for party and charter boats. BSB is expected to be be 8 fish at 13" 7/23-12/31.


"If you can read this, thank a teacher....and
since it's in English, thank a soldier."


This post edited by reelfisher 11:19 AM 04/11/2013
 
crabman1130


Joined: 03/25/2003
Posts: 39977
Location: Farmingdale
 posted 04/11/2013 11:44 AM  

That would be exceptable. I'd like to see scup stay at 11"


Hey, it can't be Christmas everyday!!!!
 
CaptPaul
Noreast.com Club Member


Moderator
Fisheries Management
Partyboat Fishing

Joined: 09/09/2002
Posts: 6044
 posted 04/11/2013 11:55 AM  

You have that personal option.
 
crabman1130


Joined: 03/25/2003
Posts: 39977
Location: Farmingdale
 posted 04/11/2013 12:36 PM  

Trust me, I threw back bigger fish last year. I only keep 6 to 8 fish. So I can get picky.


Hey, it can't be Christmas everyday!!!!
 
mojoe


Joined: 10/01/2001
Posts: 16887
Location: ><)))):> ~~ THE JAMAICA BAY TRIANGLE ~~ <:))))><
 posted 04/11/2013 01:03 PM  

what these Wink,,you know how many big keeper chops we threw back last season too up,,,,><((((:> ~~~~ ><(((:>




EAT FISH AND LIVE LONGER!!!

This post edited by mojoe 01:41 PM 04/11/2013
 
MakoMike
Noreast.com Club Member


Noreast Writer

Joined: 12/28/2000
Posts: 71023
Location: Pt. Judith
 posted 04/11/2013 02:00 PM  

reelfisher wrote:

The regs for fluke, scup and black sea bass will be promulgated together. Right now the DEC is waiting for Amendment XXIV to the Summer Flounder FMP to be approved so that we can utilize fish from other states that did not fully liberalize their regulations. It looks like we will most likely be able to retain last years regs and MAYBE a little better. Scup is expected to be 30 fish @ 10" 5/1 to 12/31 with a bonus season of 45 fish from 9/1 - 130/31 for party and charter boats. BSB is expected to be be 8 fish at 13" 7/23-12/31.


Scup is regional, no reason NY couldn't post their regs now. Agree with you regarding fluke, but also no reason NY couldn't publish their BSB regs now as well.


====MakoMike=====

Click here for The Makomania Sportfishing website

Makomania out
 
reelfisher
Noreast.com Club Member


Moderator
Posted Reports
Partyboat Fishing
Fisheries Management

Joined: 07/21/2003
Posts: 11265
Location: Jamesport
 posted 04/11/2013 02:57 PM  

MakoMike wrote:

reelfisher wrote:

The regs for fluke, scup and black sea bass will be promulgated together. Right now the DEC is waiting for Amendment XXIV to the Summer Flounder FMP to be approved so that we can utilize fish from other states that did not fully liberalize their regulations. It looks like we will most likely be able to retain last years regs and MAYBE a little better. Scup is expected to be 30 fish @ 10" 5/1 to 12/31 with a bonus season of 45 fish from 9/1 - 130/31 for party and charter boats. BSB is expected to be be 8 fish at 13" 7/23-12/31.


Scup is regional, no reason NY couldn't post their regs now. Agree with you regarding fluke, but also no reason NY couldn't publish their BSB regs now as well.



True except that they decided that they wanted to do them all together.


"If you can read this, thank a teacher....and
since it's in English, thank a soldier."
 
CaptPaul
Noreast.com Club Member


Moderator
Fisheries Management
Partyboat Fishing

Joined: 09/09/2002
Posts: 6044
 posted 04/11/2013 03:30 PM  

Scup is regional, but the bonus season is state optional.

BSB is state specific, also. They're going to do them all in one emergency rule making procedure, I'd assume. But, as John mentioned, we seem to be pretty steady about the BSB and scup regs.
 
MakoMike
Noreast.com Club Member


Noreast Writer

Joined: 12/28/2000
Posts: 71023
Location: Pt. Judith
 posted 04/11/2013 05:27 PM  

CaptPaul wrote:

Scup is regional, but the bonus season is state optional.

BSB is state specific, also. They're going to do them all in one emergency rule making procedure, I'd assume. But, as John mentioned, we seem to be pretty steady about the BSB and scup regs.



My only point is that they could do the scup and BSB regs right now, they don't have to wait for the data on fluke.


====MakoMike=====

Click here for The Makomania Sportfishing website

Makomania out
 
bigtunabunda


Joined: 10/04/2005
Posts: 960
Location: North Queens
 posted 04/11/2013 06:10 PM  

AH! Thank you for the response...

That all sounds very acceptable to me. I think enough people can enjoy their season this year and not complain about regs if this all works out. A bit lean on BSB's but what can you do, at least the porgies are more liberal.

Even better on the fluke than 4 @ 19.5? WOW wouldn't that be a sweet thing! I hope it's a May 1st start never the less.



I lift fish up then put them down!!
 
Lindanel


Joined: 05/06/2008
Posts: 765
Location: Sanibel, FL
 posted 04/11/2013 07:51 PM  

10" porgies?! I feel bad for the mates filleting those tiny fish Toungue
 
CaptPaul
Noreast.com Club Member


Moderator
Fisheries Management
Partyboat Fishing

Joined: 09/09/2002
Posts: 6044
 posted 04/12/2013 12:50 AM  

A 10" scup is still a nice sized fish. They also would rather filet ten inch fish than no fish.
 
JAYBASS


Joined: 04/08/2009
Posts: 9134
Location: IN THE WASH!!!!!!
 posted 04/12/2013 06:02 AM  

CaptPaul wrote:

A 10" scup is still a nice sized fish. They also would rather filet ten inch fish than no fish.

GLADIATOR!!!Toungue
up



2009-13 DEADSTICK CHAMP, A-Team Hostage Crisis Unit, Lead Negotiator, LEAD INVESTIGATOR, INVESTIGATIVE DIVISION OF RAIBS

FIX NOREAST, GET RID OF THE POLITICAL THREAD...
 
  Discussion Boards > Fisheries Management Page  1, 2, 3, 4, 5  Next  
Jump to:  




2020 Noreast Media, LLC.
Terms under which this service is provided to you.