Fisheries of the Northeastern United States; Small-Mesh Multispecies Specifications, 41866-41868 [2016-15202]

Download as PDF 41866 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 124 / Tuesday, June 28, 2016 / Rules and Regulations Subpart D—Civil Monetary Penalty Inflation Adjustments Sec. 11.31 11.32 11.33 11.34 Definitions. Purpose and scope. Adjustments to penalties. Subsequent adjustments. Subpart D—Civil Monetary Penalty Inflation Adjustments § 11.31 Definitions. (a) Civil monetary penalty means any penalty, fine, or other sanction that: (1)(i) Is for a specific monetary amount as provided by Federal law; or (ii) Has a maximum amount provided for by Federal law; (2) Is assessed or enforced by an agency pursuant to Federal law; and (3) Is assessed or enforced pursuant to an administrative proceeding or a civil action in the Federal courts. (b) Inflation Adjustment Act means the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act of 2015 (Pub. L. 114–74, November 2, 2015, 129 Stat. 584, 28 U.S.C. 2461 note). § 11.32 Purpose and scope. 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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 50 CFR Part 648 [Docket No. 160202068–6532–02] RIN 0648–XE425 Fisheries of the Northeastern United States; Small-Mesh Multispecies Specifications National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Commerce. ACTION: Final rule. AGENCY: This final rule modifies the specifications for northern and southern red hake for fishing years 2016 and 2017. This action is necessary to implement the Council’s recommended measures in response to updated scientific information. These final specifications are intended to help achieve sustainable yield and prevent SUMMARY: VerDate Sep<11>2014 16:05 Jun 27, 2016 Jkt 238001 PO 00000 Frm 00080 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 625 25,000 15,909 7,954 17,403 20,127 839 overfishing on these two red hake stocks. Effective June 28, 2016, until the effective date of the 2018–19 annual specifications and management measures, which will publish in the Federal Register. ADDRESSES: Copies of the specifications document, consisting of an Environmental Assessment (EA) and other supporting documents, are available from Thomas A. Nies, Executive Director, New England Fishery Management Council, 50 Water Street, Newburyport, MA 01950. This document is also available from the following internet addresses: www.greateratlantic.fisheries.noaa.gov/ or www.nefmc.org. Copies of the small entity compliance guide are available from John K. Bullard, Regional Administrator, Greater Atlantic Regional Fisheries Office, 55 Great Republic Drive, Gloucester, MA 01930–2298. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Peter Burns, Fishery Policy Analyst, (978) 281–9144. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: DATES: E:\FR\FM\28JNR1.SGM 28JNR1 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 124 / Tuesday, June 28, 2016 / Rules and Regulations Background The New England Fishery Management Council manages the small-mesh multispecies fishery primarily through a series of exemptions from the Northeast Multispecies Fishery Management Plan (FMP). The smallmesh multispecies fishery is composed of five stocks of three species of hakes (northern and southern silver hake, northern and southern red hake, and offshore hake). It is managed separately from the other stocks of groundfish such as cod, haddock, and flounders, primarily because the fishery uses small mesh and modified nets that do not generally result in the catch of these other stocks. Amendment 19 to the Northeast Multispecies FMP (April 4, 2013; 78 FR 20260) established a process for setting the small-mesh multispecies catch specifications, as well as set the specifications for the 2012–2014 fishing years. On May 28, 2015, NMFS published specifications for the 2015–2017 fishing years, based on stock assessment updates using data through the spring 2014 survey (80 FR 30379). The Northeast Fisheries Science Center completed a stock assessment update in 2015, using data through the 2015 spring survey. The 2015 update indicates that the northern red hake stock is increasing in biomass, while the southern stock is decreasing. The purpose of this action is to modify the northern and southern red hake specifications for the 2016 and 2017 fishing years. The Council recommended these changes in response to its review of the 2015 assessment update. The 2015 stock assessment update showed an increase in the northern red hake stock and a decrease in the southern red hake stock; however, the reasons for the decline in the southern stock area are unclear. In response to the updated stock 41867 assessment, the Council recommends modifications to the annual catch limits and total allowable landings limits. Final Measures This rule increases the northern red hake and decreases the southern red hake 2016 and 2017 annual catch limits and total allowable landings limits (Table 1), consistent with the stock assessment update and the Council’s recommendation. The increase to the northern stock specifications will reduce unnecessary discards by delaying a reduction in the possession limits. This action will benefit the fishery without increasing the risk of overfishing. The decrease in the southern stock specifications is necessary to reduce the risk of overfishing, even though recent landings are approximately 20 percent below the revised level of total allowable landings (Table 2). TABLE 1—SUMMARY OF THE REVISED 2016 AND 2017 RED HAKE SPECIFICATIONS, IN METRIC TONS Northern red hake Existing Overfishing Limit .............................................................................................. Acceptable Biological Catch ............................................................................ Annual Catch Limit (ACL) ................................................................................ Total Allowable Landings (TAL) ....................................................................... fishing year began on May 1, 2016, delaying the effectiveness of this action, particularly the increase in the northern red hake catch limits, would not be in Revised ACL ............. 471 1,631 the best interest of the fishery resource 2014 Catch ............... 278 1,277 or vessels fishing for small-mesh % of Revised ACL .... 56% 74% Revised TAL ............. 120 746 multispecies. The intent of this action is 2014 Landings .......... 74 603 to allow the fishery to benefit from the % of Revised TAL .... 62% 81% increase in the northern red hake biomass by increasing the overall catch limits for the fishery. This action will Comments and Responses also help to reduce red hake discards by On April 7, 2016, NMFS published ensuring that the possession limits are proposed specifications for public not reduced sooner than necessary. The notice and comment. NMFS did not receive any comments in response to the accountability measures for the fishery require that the possession limits be proposed rule. reduced once certain harvest triggers are Classification met. If the 30-day delay in the effective date stands, there is a risk that earlyThe Administrator, Greater Atlantic season fishing effort on the northern red Region, NMFS, determined that this hake stock could trigger a reduction in final rule is necessary for the the possession limits before the increase conservation and management of the in overall catch limits contained in this small-mesh multispecies fishery and that it is consistent with the Magnuson- final rule take effect. In 2012 and 2013, northern red hake catch rates exceeded Stevens Act and other applicable laws. This action is exempt from review the Annual Catch Limits (ACL) and under E.O. 12866 because this action Acceptable Biological Catch (ABC) and contains no implementing regulations. the possession limit was reduced to the asabaliauskas on DSK3SPTVN1PROD with RULES VerDate Sep<11>2014 16:05 Jun 27, 2016 Southern red hake Jkt 238001 PO 00000 Frm 00081 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 Revised 331 287 273 104.2 The Assistant Administrator finds TABLE 2—COMPARISON OF REVISED 2016–2017 RED HAKE SPECIFICA- good cause under the authority of 5 TIONS AND 2014 CATCH AND LAND- U.S.C. 553(d)(3) to waive the 30-day delay of the effective date. Because the INGS, IN METRIC TONS Northern red hake Southern red hake 556 496 471 120 Existing 3,400 3,179 3,021 1,309.4 Revised 1,816 1,717 1,631 746 incidental level earlier than anticipated. Such a situation could cause economic hardship for fishermen by restricting them to a lower possession limit until the higher catch limits contained in this rule take effect and the higher possession limits are re-instated. Therefore, having the increased catch limits take effect upon publication will optimize the benefits to the industry by extending the season and will benefit the resource by helping to prevent excess discards and overages to the ACL and ABC. In addition, making the measures in this final rule effective upon publication will assist in reducing the risk of overfishing the southern red hake stock, even though the fishery is not expected to exceed the reduced catch limits. The Chief Counsel for Regulation of the Department of Commerce certified to the Chief Counsel for Advocacy of the Small Business Administration during the proposed rule stage that this action would not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities. The factual basis for the certification was published in the proposed rule and is not repeated here. No comments were received regarding this certification. As a result, a E:\FR\FM\28JNR1.SGM 28JNR1 41868 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 124 / Tuesday, June 28, 2016 / Rules and Regulations regulatory flexibility analysis is not required and none was prepared. There are no new reporting or recordkeeping requirements contained in any of the final measures included in this action. Authority: 16 U.S.C. 1801 et seq. Dated: June 22, 2016. Samuel D. Rauch III, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Regulatory Programs, National Marine Fisheries Service. Background Changes to Trip Limits the Limited Entry Fixed Gear and Open Access Sablefish Daily Trip Limit Fisheries North of 36° N. lat. [FR Doc. 2016–15202 Filed 6–27–16; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3510–22–P DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 50 CFR Part 660 [Docket No. 140904754–5188–02] RIN 0648–BG08 Magnuson-Stevens Act Provisions; Fisheries Off West Coast States; Pacific Coast Groundfish Fishery; 2015–2016 Biennial Specifications and Management Measures; Inseason Adjustments National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Commerce. ACTION: Final rule; inseason adjustments to biennial groundfish management measures. AGENCY: This final rule announces inseason changes to management measures in the Pacific Coast groundfish fisheries. This action, which is authorized by the Pacific Coast Groundfish Fishery Management Plan (PCGFMP), is intended to allow fisheries to attain their allocations and maintain year-round fishing opportunities while keeping harvest within the annual catch limit (ACL) for sablefish north 36° N. lat. DATES: This final rule is effective June 28, 2016. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Gretchen Hanshew, phone: 206–526– 6147, fax: 206–526–6736, or email: gretchen.hanshew@noaa.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: asabaliauskas on DSK3SPTVN1PROD with RULES SUMMARY: Electronic Access This rule is accessible via the Internet at the Office of the Federal Register Web site at https://www.federalregister.gov. Background information and documents are available at the Pacific Fishery Management Council’s Web site at VerDate Sep<11>2014 16:05 Jun 27, 2016 Jkt 238001 http://www.pcouncil.org/. Copies of the final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for the Groundfish Specifications and Management Measures for 2015– 2016 and Biennial Periods Thereafter are available from Chuck Tracy, Acting Executive Director, Pacific Fishery Management Council (Council), 7700 NE Ambassador Place, Portland, OR 97220, phone: 503–820–2280. The best available fisheries information indicates that catch of sablefish in the commercial non-trawl fisheries north of 36° N. lat. in 2016 will be higher than anticipated. The Council considered updated projections and the status of ongoing groundfish fisheries at its March 9–14, 2016, and April 9–14, 2016, meetings. The Council considered 2015 fishery harvest estimates and fishery models, updated with the best estimate reports from the Pacific Fishery Information Network through February 28, 2016. At its March meeting, the Council considered updated projections, indicating that sablefish landings through the end of the year would exceed the sablefish allocation in the limited entry fixed gear daily trip limit (DTL) fishery north of 36° N. lat. Projected landings in the limited entry fixed gear DTL fishery north of 36° N. lat. vary based on assumptions on the price per pound. If no action is taken— and this higher than anticipated catch continues in the limited entry fixed gear DTL fishery—then projected landings range from 90 percent of the allocation (low price assumption) to over 100 percent of the allocation (high price assumption) through the end of the year. In recent years, the Council has taken a precautionary approach to setting trip limits at the start of the year. Setting trip limits to target approximately 90 percent attainment of the allocation allows for flexibility to increase trip limits later in the year if harvest remains at or lower than anticipated levels, and also reduces the risk of early closure if catches are higher than anticipated. The Council considered a modest decrease to the weekly limit in the limited entry fixed gear DTL fishery north of 36° N. lat. With a slightly smaller weekly limit, harvest estimates through the end of the year were reduced to between 81 and 93 percent of the allocation (under low and high price per pound assumptions, respectively). PO 00000 Frm 00082 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 The Council recommended and NMFS is implementing a reduction in the weekly limit for sablefish in the limited entry fixed gear fishery north of 36° N. lat. from ‘‘1,275 lb per week, not to exceed 3,375 lb per two months’’ to ‘‘1,125 lb per week, not to exceed 3,375 lb per two months.’’ At its April meeting, the Council considered 2015 fishery performance, status of ongoing fisheries in 2016, updated projections, and requests from industry regarding the open access DTL fishery north of 36° N. lat. Harvest of sablefish in the open access DTL fishery north of 36° N. lat. exceeded its allocation in 2015. Industry raised concerns that participation levels seen in 2015 may further increase in 2016 due to a predicted poor salmon fishing season and lack of a Dungeness crab fishery off California. If no action is taken and this higher than anticipated catch continues in the open access DTL fishery, landings through the end of the year are projected to be 70 percent of the allocation. The Council considered these updated projections, and concerns and recommendations from industry representatives. Based on public testimony, there is anecdotal evidence of a sharp increase in participation in this fishery, particularly in southern Oregon and northern California ports. Industry representatives recommended a precautionary decrease in trip limits beginning July 1 to slow landings and maintain year-round fishing opportunities. The Council considered a precautionary reduction to open access DTL trip limits to maintain harvest opportunities throughout the year even under much higher participation levels. The Council recommended and NMFS is implementing a reduction in the trip limit for sablefish in the open access fishery north of 36° N. lat. from ‘‘300 lb per day, or one landing per week of up to 1,000 lb, not to exceed 2,000 lb per two months’’ to ‘‘300 lb per day, or one landing per week of up to 850 lb, not to exceed 1,700 lb per two months,’’ beginning July 1, 2016. Decreases to trip limits in the limited entry fixed gear and open access DTL fisheries north of 36° N. lat. are intended to allow year-round fishing opportunities and reduce the risk of closure as occurred in 2015 (when the limited entry fixed gear and open access DTL fisheries north of 36° N. lat. were both closed on November 1, reducing the season length by two months). Classification This final rule makes routine inseason adjustments to groundfish fishery management measures, based on the best available information, consistent E:\FR\FM\28JNR1.SGM 28JNR1

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

50 CFR Part 648

[Docket No. 160202068-6532-02]
RIN 0648-XE425


Fisheries of the Northeastern United States; Small-Mesh 
Multispecies Specifications

AGENCY: National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), National Oceanic and 
Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Commerce.

ACTION: Final rule.

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SUMMARY: This final rule modifies the specifications for northern and 
southern red hake for fishing years 2016 and 2017. This action is 
necessary to implement the Council's recommended measures in response 
to updated scientific information. These final specifications are 
intended to help achieve sustainable yield and prevent overfishing on 
these two red hake stocks.

DATES: Effective June 28, 2016, until the effective date of the 2018-19 
annual specifications and management measures, which will publish in 
the Federal Register.

ADDRESSES: Copies of the specifications document, consisting of an 
Environmental Assessment (EA) and other supporting documents, are 
available from Thomas A. Nies, Executive Director, New England Fishery 
Management Council, 50 Water Street, Newburyport, MA 01950. This 
document is also available from the following internet addresses: 
www.greateratlantic.fisheries.noaa.gov/ or www.nefmc.org. Copies of the 
small entity compliance guide are available from John K. Bullard, 
Regional Administrator, Greater Atlantic Regional Fisheries Office, 55 
Great Republic Drive, Gloucester, MA 01930-2298.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Peter Burns, Fishery Policy Analyst, 
(978) 281-9144.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: 

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Background

    The New England Fishery Management Council manages the small-mesh 
multispecies fishery primarily through a series of exemptions from the 
Northeast Multispecies Fishery Management Plan (FMP). The small-mesh 
multispecies fishery is composed of five stocks of three species of 
hakes (northern and southern silver hake, northern and southern red 
hake, and offshore hake). It is managed separately from the other 
stocks of groundfish such as cod, haddock, and flounders, primarily 
because the fishery uses small mesh and modified nets that do not 
generally result in the catch of these other stocks. Amendment 19 to 
the Northeast Multispecies FMP (April 4, 2013; 78 FR 20260) established 
a process for setting the small-mesh multispecies catch specifications, 
as well as set the specifications for the 2012-2014 fishing years. On 
May 28, 2015, NMFS published specifications for the 2015-2017 fishing 
years, based on stock assessment updates using data through the spring 
2014 survey (80 FR 30379). The Northeast Fisheries Science Center 
completed a stock assessment update in 2015, using data through the 
2015 spring survey. The 2015 update indicates that the northern red 
hake stock is increasing in biomass, while the southern stock is 
decreasing.
    The purpose of this action is to modify the northern and southern 
red hake specifications for the 2016 and 2017 fishing years. The 
Council recommended these changes in response to its review of the 2015 
assessment update. The 2015 stock assessment update showed an increase 
in the northern red hake stock and a decrease in the southern red hake 
stock; however, the reasons for the decline in the southern stock area 
are unclear. In response to the updated stock assessment, the Council 
recommends modifications to the annual catch limits and total allowable 
landings limits.

Final Measures

    This rule increases the northern red hake and decreases the 
southern red hake 2016 and 2017 annual catch limits and total allowable 
landings limits (Table 1), consistent with the stock assessment update 
and the Council's recommendation. The increase to the northern stock 
specifications will reduce unnecessary discards by delaying a reduction 
in the possession limits. This action will benefit the fishery without 
increasing the risk of overfishing. The decrease in the southern stock 
specifications is necessary to reduce the risk of overfishing, even 
though recent landings are approximately 20 percent below the revised 
level of total allowable landings (Table 2).

              Table 1--Summary of the Revised 2016 and 2017 Red Hake Specifications, in Metric Tons
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                                                        Northern  red hake              Southern  red hake
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                                                     Existing         Revised        Existing         Revised
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Overfishing Limit...............................             331             556           3,400           1,816
Acceptable Biological Catch.....................             287             496           3,179           1,717
Annual Catch Limit (ACL)........................             273             471           3,021           1,631
Total Allowable Landings (TAL)..................           104.2             120         1,309.4             746
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  Table 2--Comparison of Revised 2016-2017 Red Hake Specifications and
                 2014 Catch and Landings, in Metric Tons
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                                                     Northern   Southern
                                                     red hake   red hake
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Revised ACL.......................................        471      1,631
2014 Catch........................................        278      1,277
% of Revised ACL..................................        56%        74%
Revised TAL.......................................        120        746
2014 Landings.....................................         74        603
% of Revised TAL..................................        62%        81%
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Comments and Responses

    On April 7, 2016, NMFS published proposed specifications for public 
notice and comment. NMFS did not receive any comments in response to 
the proposed rule.

Classification

    The Administrator, Greater Atlantic Region, NMFS, determined that 
this final rule is necessary for the conservation and management of the 
small-mesh multispecies fishery and that it is consistent with the 
Magnuson-Stevens Act and other applicable laws.
    This action is exempt from review under E.O. 12866 because this 
action contains no implementing regulations.
    The Assistant Administrator finds good cause under the authority of 
5 U.S.C. 553(d)(3) to waive the 30-day delay of the effective date. 
Because the fishing year began on May 1, 2016, delaying the 
effectiveness of this action, particularly the increase in the northern 
red hake catch limits, would not be in the best interest of the fishery 
resource or vessels fishing for small-mesh multispecies. The intent of 
this action is to allow the fishery to benefit from the increase in the 
northern red hake biomass by increasing the overall catch limits for 
the fishery. This action will also help to reduce red hake discards by 
ensuring that the possession limits are not reduced sooner than 
necessary. The accountability measures for the fishery require that the 
possession limits be reduced once certain harvest triggers are met. If 
the 30-day delay in the effective date stands, there is a risk that 
early-season fishing effort on the northern red hake stock could 
trigger a reduction in the possession limits before the increase in 
overall catch limits contained in this final rule take effect. In 2012 
and 2013, northern red hake catch rates exceeded the Annual Catch 
Limits (ACL) and Acceptable Biological Catch (ABC) and the possession 
limit was reduced to the incidental level earlier than anticipated. 
Such a situation could cause economic hardship for fishermen by 
restricting them to a lower possession limit until the higher catch 
limits contained in this rule take effect and the higher possession 
limits are re-instated. Therefore, having the increased catch limits 
take effect upon publication will optimize the benefits to the industry 
by extending the season and will benefit the resource by helping to 
prevent excess discards and overages to the ACL and ABC.
    In addition, making the measures in this final rule effective upon 
publication will assist in reducing the risk of overfishing the 
southern red hake stock, even though the fishery is not expected to 
exceed the reduced catch limits.
    The Chief Counsel for Regulation of the Department of Commerce 
certified to the Chief Counsel for Advocacy of the Small Business 
Administration during the proposed rule stage that this action would 
not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small 
entities. The factual basis for the certification was published in the 
proposed rule and is not repeated here. No comments were received 
regarding this certification. As a result, a

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regulatory flexibility analysis is not required and none was prepared.
    There are no new reporting or recordkeeping requirements contained 
in any of the final measures included in this action.

    Authority:  16 U.S.C. 1801 et seq.

    Dated: June 22, 2016.
Samuel D. Rauch III,
Deputy Assistant Administrator for Regulatory Programs, National Marine 
Fisheries Service.
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