Calendar

Apr
23
Tue
Hawaii Small-boat Fisher’s Forum-Kaneohe, Oahu @ Ben Parker Elementary School Cafeteria
Apr 23 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHER’S FORUM
Do you go fishing? Do you fish from a boat? Do you catch pelagic species (ahi, mahimahi, ono, etc.), bottomfish species (opakapaka, onaga, uku, etc.), Kona crab, or deepwater shrimp? Then come talk story with us at the Hawaii Small-Boat Fisher’s Forum! Hawaii’s fishermen face greater and greater impacts from area closures, regulations, increasing costs, and more. Let the Council know the issues you are facing and how we can all work together to keep Hawaii fishing forever! Take our survey on your small-boat fishing experience by clicking here

Agenda
6:00 PM      FISHERIES OPEN HOUSE
Visit informational booths from Hawaii’s Fishery agencies and experts:

  • Federal Fisheries Management
    • Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Regional Office
  • State of Hawaii Fisheries Management
    • Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR)
    • Division of Conservation and Resource Enforcement (DOCARE)
    • Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR)
  • Hawaii Fishing Organizations
    • Pacific Islands Fisheries Group (PIFG)
    • Hawaii Fishermen’s Alliance for Conservation and Tradition (HFACT)
  • Hawaii Fisheries Science
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center
    • Poseidon Fisheries Research

7:00 PM      FISHER’S FORUM ON HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHING
Join in on the discussion on fishing in Hawaii:

  • Introductions, Housekeeping and Ground Rules
  • “Eh, you know da kine?” An interactive icebreaker
  • Presentations
    • Managing Hawaii’s Small-boat Fisheries
    • Hawaii Small-boat Engagement Project
  • Open Discussion on Hawaii Small-boat Fisheries
  • Survey Results

9:00 PM      ADJOURN & ALOHA

Apr
24
Wed
Hawaii Small-boat Fishers Forum-Honolulu, Oahu @ Keehi Lagoon Memorial Park-Alfred Los Banos Hall
Apr 24 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHER’S FORUM
Do you go fishing? Do you fish from a boat? Do you catch pelagic species (ahi, mahimahi, ono, etc.), bottomfish species (opakapaka, onaga, uku, etc.), Kona crab, or deepwater shrimp? Then come talk story with us at the Hawaii Small-Boat Fisher’s Forum! Hawaii’s fishermen face greater and greater impacts from area closures, regulations, increasing costs, and more. Let the Council know the issues you are facing and how we can all work together to keep Hawaii fishing forever! Take our survey on your small-boat fishing experience by clicking here

Agenda
6:00 PM      FISHERIES OPEN HOUSE
Visit informational booths from Hawaii’s Fishery agencies and experts:

  • Federal Fisheries Management
    • Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Regional Office
  • State of Hawaii Fisheries Management
    • Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR)
    • Division of Conservation and Resource Enforcement (DOCARE)
    • Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR)
  • Hawaii Fishing Organizations
    • Pacific Islands Fisheries Group (PIFG)
    • Hawaii Fishermen’s Alliance for Conservation and Tradition (HFACT)
  • Hawaii Fisheries Science
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center

7:00 PM      FISHER’S FORUM ON HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHING
Join in on the discussion on fishing in Hawaii:

  • Introductions, Housekeeping and Ground Rules
  • “Eh, you know da kine?” An interactive icebreaker
  • Presentations
    • Managing Hawaii’s Small-boat Fisheries
    • Hawaii Small-boat Engagement Project
  • Open Discussion on Hawaii Small-boat Fisheries
  • Survey Results

9:00 PM      ADJOURN & ALOHA

Apr
25
Thu
Hawaii Small-boat Fisher’s Forum-Lihue, Kauai @ Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Cafeteria
Apr 25 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHER’S FORUM
Do you go fishing? Do you fish from a boat? Do you catch pelagic species (ahi, mahimahi, ono, etc.), bottomfish species (opakapaka, onaga, uku, etc.), Kona crab, or deepwater shrimp? Then come talk story with us at the Hawaii Small-Boat Fisher’s Forum! Hawaii’s fishermen face greater and greater impacts from area closures, regulations, increasing costs, and more. Let the Council know the issues you are facing and how we can all work together to keep Hawaii fishing forever! Take our survey on your small-boat fishing experience by clicking here

Agenda
6:00 PM      FISHERIES OPEN HOUSE
Visit informational booths from Hawaii’s Fishery agencies and experts:

  • Federal Fisheries Management
    • Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Regional Office
  • State of Hawaii Fisheries Management
    • Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR)
    • Division of Conservation and Resource Enforcement (DOCARE)
    • Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR)
  • Hawaii Fishing Organizations
    • Pacific Islands Fisheries Group
    • Hawaii Fishermen’s Alliance for Conservation and Tradition
  • Hawaii Fisheries Science
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center
    • Poseidon Fisheries Research

7:00 PM      FISHER’S FORUM ON HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHING
Join in on the discussion on fishing in Hawaii:

  • Introductions, Housekeeping and Ground Rules
  • “Eh, you know da kine?” An interactive icebreaker
  • Presentations
    • Managing Hawaii’s Small-boat Fisheries
    • Hawaii Small-boat Engagement Project
  • Open Discussion on Hawaii Small-boat Fisheries
  • Survey Results

9:00 PM      ADJOURN & ALOHA

Apr
30
Tue
Hawaii Small-boat Fisher’s Forum-Kaunakakai, Molokai @ Mitchell Pauole Center
Apr 30 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHER’S FORUM
Do you go fishing? Do you fish from a boat? Do you catch pelagic species (ahi, mahimahi, ono, etc.), bottomfish species (opakapaka, onaga, uku, etc.), Kona crab, or deepwater shrimp? Then come talk story with us at the Hawaii Small-Boat Fisher’s Forum! Hawaii’s fishermen face greater and greater impacts from area closures, regulations, increasing costs, and more. Let the Council know the issues you are facing and how we can all work together to keep Hawaii fishing forever! Take our survey on your small-boat fishing experience by clicking here.

Agenda
6:00 PM      FISHERIES OPEN HOUSE
Visit informational booths from Hawaii’s Fishery agencies and experts:

  • Federal Fisheries Management
    • Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Regional Office
  • State of Hawaii Fisheries Management
    • Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR)
    • Division of Conservation and Resource Enforcement (DOCARE)
    • Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR)
  • Hawaii Fishing Organizations
    • Pacific Islands Fisheries Group (PIFG)
    • Hawaii Fishermen’s Alliance for Conservation and Tradition (HFACT)
  • Hawaii Fisheries Science
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center

7:00 PM      FISHER’S FORUM ON HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHING
Join in on the discussion on fishing in Hawaii:

  • Introductions, Housekeeping and Ground Rules
  • “Eh, you know da kine?” An interactive icebreaker
  • Presentations
    • Managing Hawaii’s Small-boat Fisheries
    • Hawaii Small-boat Engagement Project
  • Open Discussion on Hawaii Small-boat Fisheries
  • Survey Results

9:00 PM      ADJOURN & ALOHA

May
2
Thu
Hawaii Small-boat Fisher’s Forum-Hilo, Hawaii @ Arc of Hilo
May 2 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHER’S FORUM
Do you go fishing? Do you fish from a boat? Do you catch pelagic species (ahi, mahimahi, ono, etc.), bottomfish species (opakapaka, onaga, uku, etc.), Kona crab, or deepwater shrimp? Then come talk story with us at the Hawaii Small-Boat Fisher’s Forum! Hawaii’s fishermen face greater and greater impacts from area closures, regulations, increasing costs, and more. Let the Council know the issues you are facing and how we can all work together to keep Hawaii fishing forever! Take our survey on your small-boat fishing experience by clicking here

Agenda
6:00 PM      FISHERIES OPEN HOUSE
Visit informational booths from Hawaii’s Fishery agencies and experts:

  • Federal Fisheries Management
    • Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Regional Office
  • State of Hawaii Fisheries Management
    • Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR)
    • Division of Conservation and Resource Enforcement (DOCARE)
    • Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR)
  • Hawaii Fishing Organizations
    • Pacific Islands Fisheries Group (PIFG)
    • Hawaii Fishermen’s Alliance for Conservation and Tradition (HFACT)
  • Hawaii Fisheries Science
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center
    • Hawaii Cooperative Fishery Research Unit

7:00 PM      FISHER’S FORUM ON HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHING
Join in on the discussion on fishing in Hawaii:

  • Introductions, Housekeeping and Ground Rules
  • “Eh, you know da kine?” An interactive icebreaker
  • Presentations
    • Managing Hawaii’s Small-boat Fisheries
    • Hawaii Small-boat Engagement Project
  • Open Discussion on Hawaii Small-boat Fisheries
  • Survey Results

9:00 PM      ADJOURN & ALOHA

May
3
Fri
Hawaii Small-boat Fisher’s Forum-Waimea, Hawaii @ Tutu's House
May 3 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHER’S FORUM
Do you go fishing? Do you fish from a boat? Do you catch pelagic species (ahi, mahimahi, ono, etc.), bottomfish species (opakapaka, onaga, uku, etc.), Kona crab, or deepwater shrimp? Then come talk story with us at the Hawaii Small-Boat Fisher’s Forum! Hawaii’s fishermen face greater and greater impacts from area closures, regulations, increasing costs, and more. Let the Council know the issues you are facing and how we can all work together to keep Hawaii fishing forever! Take our survey on your small-boat fishing experience by clicking here

Agenda
6:00 PM      FISHERIES OPEN HOUSE
Visit informational booths from Hawaii’s Fishery agencies and experts:

  • Federal Fisheries Management
    • Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Regional Office
  • State of Hawaii Fisheries Management
    • Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR)
    • Division of Conservation and Resource Enforcement (DOCARE)
    • Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR)
  • Hawaii Fishing Organizations
    • Pacific Islands Fisheries Group (PIFG)
    • Hawaii Fishermen’s Alliance for Conservation and Tradition (HFACT)
  • Hawaii Fisheries Science
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center

7:00 PM      FISHER’S FORUM ON HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHING
Join in on the discussion on fishing in Hawaii:

  • Introductions, Housekeeping and Ground Rules
  • “Eh, you know da kine?” An interactive icebreaker
  • Presentations
    • Managing Hawaii’s Small-boat Fisheries
    • Hawaii Small-boat Engagement Project
  • Open Discussion on Hawaii Small-boat Fisheries
  • Survey Results

9:00 PM      ADJOURN & ALOHA

May
4
Sat
Hawaii Small-boat Fisher’s Forum-Kailua-Kona, Hawaii @ West Hawaii Civic Center-Building G
May 4 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHER’S FORUM
Do you go fishing? Do you fish from a boat? Do you catch pelagic species (ahi, mahimahi, ono, etc.), bottomfish species (opakapaka, onaga, uku, etc.), Kona crab, or deepwater shrimp? Then come talk story with us at the Hawaii Small-Boat Fisher’s Forum! Hawaii’s fishermen face greater and greater impacts from area closures, regulations, increasing costs, and more. Let the Council know the issues you are facing and how we can all work together to keep Hawaii fishing forever! Take our survey on your small-boat fishing experience by clicking here.

Agenda
6:00 PM      FISHERIES OPEN HOUSE
Visit informational booths from Hawaii’s Fishery agencies and experts:

  • Federal Fisheries Management
    • Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Regional Office (PIRO)
  • State of Hawaii Fisheries Management
    • Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR)
    • Division of Conservation and Resource Enforcement (DOCARE)
    • Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR)
  • Hawaii Fishing Organizations
    • Pacific Islands Fisheries Group (PIFG)
    • Hawaii Fishermen’s Alliance for Conservation and Tradition (HFACT)
  • Hawaii Fisheries Science
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (PIFSC)

7:00 PM      FISHER’S FORUM ON HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHING
Join in on the discussion on fishing in Hawaii:

  • Introductions, Housekeeping and Ground Rules
  • “Eh, you know da kine?” An interactive icebreaker
  • Presentations
    • Managing Hawaii’s Small-boat Fisheries
    • Hawaii Small-boat Engagement Project
  • Open Discussion on Hawaii Small-boat Fisheries
  • Survey Results

9:00 PM      ADJOURN & ALOHA

May
7
Tue
Main Hawaii Island Deep 7 Bottomfish Risk of Overfishing Working Group Meeting
May 7 all-day

Tuesday, May 7, 2024
9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Location: Hybrid for working group members and public; in-person attendance will be hosted at Council Office, 1164 Bishop Street, Suite 1400, Honolulu, HI 96813

MHI Deep 7 BF P* Agenda
FR Notice

Main Hawaiian Island Deep 7 Social, Economic, Ecological and Management Uncertainty Working Group Meeting
May 7 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

May 7, 2024, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 pm (HST)

Location: Hybrid for working group members and public; in-person attendance will be hosted at Council Office, 1164 Bishop Street, Suite 1400, Honolulu, HI 96813

MHI Deep 7 BF SEEM Agenda
FR Notice

May
9
Thu
Hawaii Small-boat Fisher’s Forum-Kahului, Maui @ Maui High School Cafeteria
May 9 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHER’S FORUM
Do you go fishing? Do you fish from a boat? Do you catch pelagic species (ahi, mahimahi, ono, etc.), bottomfish species (opakapaka, onaga, uku, etc.), Kona crab, or deepwater shrimp? Then come talk story with us at the Hawaii Small-Boat Fisher’s Forum! Hawaii’s fishermen face greater and greater impacts from area closures, regulations, increasing costs, and more. Let the Council know the issues you are facing and how we can all work together to keep Hawaii fishing forever! Take our survey on your small-boat fishing experience by clicking here

Agenda
6:00 PM      FISHERIES OPEN HOUSE
Visit informational booths from Hawaii’s Fishery agencies and experts:

  • Federal Fisheries Management
    • Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Regional Office (PIRO)
  • State of Hawaii Fisheries Management
    • Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR)
    • Division of Conservation and Resource Enforcement (DOCARE)
    • Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR)
  • Hawaii Fishing Organizations
    • Pacific Islands Fisheries Group (PIFG)
    • Hawaii Fishermen’s Alliance for Conservation and Tradition (HFACT)
  • Hawaii Fisheries Science
    • NMFS Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (PIFSC)

7:00 PM      FISHER’S FORUM ON HAWAII SMALL-BOAT FISHING
Join in on the discussion on fishing in Hawaii:

  • Introductions, Housekeeping and Ground Rules
  • “Eh, you know da kine?” An interactive icebreaker
  • Presentations
    • Managing Hawaii’s Small-boat Fisheries
    • Hawaii Small-boat Engagement Project
  • Open Discussion on Hawaii Small-boat Fisheries
  • Survey Results

9:00 PM      ADJOURN & ALOHA