Tag Archives: noncommercial fishing

New NOAA Survey to Value Non-Commercial Fisheries in Hawai‘i

We know that fishing is important to you and is an important part of Hawai‘i’s culture. We also know that money spent on fishing is important to the Hawai‘i economy. You spend money every time you launch your boat, put … Continue reading

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Hawaii non-commercial fishermen describe attitudes and preferences towards management and ecosystem health

During the summer of 2015, the PIFSC Socioeconomics Program in collaboration with Impact Assessment, Inc., completed a survey to better understand what matters most to Hawaii’s non-commercial fishermen. The survey results provide valuable insights from the non-commercial fishing community into … Continue reading

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Coming Soon….Hawaii noncommercial fishing attitudes and preferences survey

By Justin Hospital What do Hawaii’s noncommerical fishermen think about fishery management? …fishery resources? …conditions at marinas and boat ramps? …levels of fishing access? In 2013, NOAA Fisheries conducted the first-ever national survey of recreational saltwater fishers’ opinions and attitudes. The … Continue reading

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