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We appreciate your interest in helping shape the future of recreational fishing with NOAA. If you’re looking to get more involved, you can connect to the initiative through:
- NOAA’s Regional Recreational Fishing Coordinators: Connect with a NOAA Fisheries representative in your region. Each region of the country has at least one staff member assigned to serve as recreational fishing liaison – connecting the community to NOAA Fisheries regional offices and science centers. These coordinators are responsible for much of the on-the-ground progress. They work closely with regional community leaders to develop and implement the Regional Action Agendas.
The information below will help you connect with NOAA's Recreational Fisheries Initiative.
Russell Dunn, National Policy Advisor on Recreational Fisheries
Danielle Rioux, Recreational Fisheries Policy Specialist
Regional Recreational Fisheries Information
Click on the map below to visit regional recreational fishing websites.
Greater Atlantic (Maine-Virginia)
Southeast (North Carolina-Florida), Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean
Atlantic Highly Migratory Species