Hawaii bottomfish management unit species (Hawaii bottomfish MUS) means the following species:
English common name
silver jaw jobfish
Uku white papio, ulua au
blue stripe snapper
pig ulua, butaguchi
Hawaii restricted bottomfish species fishing year means the year beginning at 0001 HST on September 1 and ending at 2400 HST on August 31 of the next calendar year.
Main Hawaiian Islands non-commercial bottomfish permit means the permit required by § 665.203(a)(2) to own or fish from a vessel that is used in any non-commercial vessel-based fishing, landing, or transshipment of any Hawaii bottomfish MUS in the MHI Management Subarea.
Protected species study zone means the waters within 50 nm, as designated by the Regional Administrator pursuant to § 665.208, around the following islands of the NWHI and as measured from the following coordinates:
French Frigate Shoals
Pearl and Hermes Reef
Seamount Groundfish means the following species:
Title 50 published on 2014-10-01.
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