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OMNIBUS RECREATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY MEASURE AMENDMENT

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  1. OMNIBUS RECREATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY MEASURE AMENDMENT

  2. SMB Amendment 17 • Bluefish Amendment 4 • SF-SC-BSB Amendment 19

  3. AGENDA • Review/Approve Alternatives in Public Hearing Draft • Review/Approve Public Hearing Draft

  4. AGENDA • Review/Approve Alternatives in Public Hearing Draft • Review/Approve Public Hearing Draft (with recommended changes)

  5. PROBLEM STATEMENT • Recreational fisheries are inherently uncertain • Existing Rec AMs do not take this into account

  6. PROBLEM STATEMENT

  7. PROBLEM STATEMENT Com Rec

  8. PROBLEM STATEMENT

  9. PROBLEM STATEMENT

  10. SOLUTION • Proactive • Explicitly address uncertainty • Reactive • Explicitly, implicitly address uncertainty • Avoid “over-reacting”

  11. DOCUMENT STRUCTURE • Proactive • ACT Alternatives (1A-1D) • In-Season Closure Authority (2A-2C) • Reactive • Triggers (3A-3D) • Management Response (4A-4D) • Payback Calculation (5A-5E)

  12. DOCUMENT STRUCTURE • Proactive • ACT Alternatives (1A-1D) • In-Season Closure Authority (2A-2C) • Reactive • Triggers (3A-3D) • Management Response (4A-4D) • Payback Calculation (5A-5E)

  13. DOCUMENT STRUCTURE • Proactive • ACT Alternatives(1A-1D) • In-Season Closure Authority (2A-2C) • Reactive • Triggers (3A-3D) • Management Response (4A-4D) • Payback Calculation (5A-5E)

  14. DOCUMENT STRUCTURE • Proactive • ACT Alternatives (1A-1D) • In-Season Closure Authority (2A-2C) • Reactive • Triggers (3A-3D) • Management Response (4A-4D) • Payback Calculation (5A-5E)

  15. DOCUMENT STRUCTURE • Proactive • ACT Alternatives (1A-1D) • In-Season Closure Authority (2A-2C) • Reactive • Triggers (3A-3D) • Management Response (4A-4D) • Payback Calculation (5A-5E)

  16. DOCUMENT STRUCTURE • Proactive • ACT Alternatives (1A-1D) • In-Season Closure Authority (2A-2C) • Reactive • Triggers (3A-3D) • Management Response (4A-4D) • Payback Calculation (5A-5E)

  17. DOCUMENT STRUCTURE • Proactive • ACT Alternatives (1A-1D) • In-Season Closure Authority (2A-2C) • Reactive • Triggers (3A-3D) • Management Response (4A-4D) • Payback Calculation (5A-5E)

  18. ACT Alternatives • Alternative 1A. No Action/Status Quo • Alternative 1B. Mandatory Review of ACT = ACL – Uncertainty • Alternative 1C. Mandatory Setting of ACT = ACL – Uncertainty • Alternative 1D. ACL/ACT Post Hoc Evaluation

  19. ACT Alternatives • Alternative 1A. No Action/Status Quo • …identify and review the relevant sources of management uncertainty…

  20. ACT Alternatives • Alternative 1B. Mandatory Review of ACT = ACL – Uncertainty

  21. ACT Alternatives • Alternative 1C. Mandatory Setting of ACT = ACL – Uncertainty

  22. ACT Alternatives • Alternative 1C. Mandatory Setting of ACT = ACL – Uncertainty

  23. ACT Alternatives • Alternative 1D. ACL/ACT Post Hoc Evaluation

  24. ACT Alternatives • Alternative 1D. ACL/ACT Post Hoc Evaluation

  25. ACT Alternatives • Alternative 1D. ACL/ACT Post Hoc Evaluation

  26. In Season Closure Alternatives • Alternative 2A. No Action/Status Quo • Alternative 2B. Early Closure with In Season Projections • Alternative 2C. Eliminate In-Season Closure Authority • Alternative 2D: In-Season adjustment to bag,size,season, as possible

  27. In Season Closure Alternatives • Alternative 2A. No Action/Status Quo

  28. In Season Closure Alternatives • Alternative 2B. Early Closure with In Season Projections. Black Sea Bass 90% of RHL harvested in Wave 3

  29. In Season Closure Alternatives • Alternative 2B. Early Closure with In Season Projections. Black Sea Bass Wave P(C > RecACL)

  30. In Season Closure Alternatives • Alternative 2C. Eliminate In-Season Closure Authority. Wave 2009-2012 Landings (N)

  31. Trigger Alternatives • Alternative 3A. No Action/Status Quo • Alternative 3B. Single Year • Alternative 3C. Confidence Interval • Alternative 3D. Repeat

  32. Trigger Alternatives • Alternative 3A. No Action Phased In 3 Year Average* Overage = Ave. Catch – Ave. ACL * SF-SC-BSB

  33. Trigger Alternatives • Alternative 3A. No Action Phased In 3 Year Average* Overage = Ave. Catch – Ave. ACL 1.6, 1.6 * SF-SC-BSB

  34. Trigger Alternatives • Alternative 3B. No Action Single Year* Overage = Single Year Catch - ACL * Mack, Blue

  35. Trigger Alternatives • Alternative 3B. No Action Single Year* Overage = Single Year Catch - ACL 5 * Mack, Blue

  36. Trigger Alternatives • Alternative 3C. Confidence Interval Overage = Single Year Catch - ACL 5

  37. Trigger Alternatives • Alternative 3C. Confidence Interval

  38. Trigger Alternatives • Alternative 3C. Confidence Interval

  39. Trigger Alternatives • Alternative 3D. Repeat Overage = Latest Year Catch - ACL

  40. Trigger Alternatives • Alternative 3D. Repeat Overage = Latest Year Catch - ACL

  41. Response Alternatives • Alternative 4A. No Action • Alternative 4B. Payback when Overfished or Overfishing • Alternative 4C. Same as 4B but no Payback if B/Bmsy >1 • Alternative 4D. No Payback • Alternative 4E. Pay back when the stock is overfished or when combined recreational and commercial ACL is exceeded

  42. Response Alternatives • Alternative 4A. No Action

  43. Response Alternatives • Monitoring • Bag, Size, Season • Payback

  44. Response Alternatives Monitoring: If a recreational overage has been determined to have occurred, [as in §648.X] the following year's landings would be monitored in-season for persistence in increased landings. The RA will publish a notice to reduce the length of the fishing season as necessary.

  45. Response Alternatives Bag, Size, Season: If a recreational overage has been determined to have occurred [as in §648.X], the [species Monitoring Committee or RA ?] shall develop measures to prevent a subsequent overage.

  46. Response Alternatives Bag, Size, Season: Is this an AM?

  47. Response Alternatives Bag, Size, Season: the current process of adjusting recreational management measures (i.e., fish size, season, and possession limit) each year would not, in and of itself, be a fully consistent accountability measure because the process requires analysis and Council deliberation

  48. Response Alternatives Bag, Size, Season: the current process of adjusting recreational management measures (i.e., fish size, season, and possession limit) each year would not, in and of itself, be a fully consistent accountability measure because the process requires analysis and Council deliberation

  49. Response Alternatives Bag, Size, Season: Occurs along with … • In Season Closure Authority • Risk Policy • Responsive to overages

  50. Response Alternatives Payback: If a recreational overage has been determined to have occurred [as in §648.X], a deduction [as in §648.X] will be made as soon as possible, from a subsequent single fishing year recreational ACT.