Have you been looking for an easier way to manage your South Atlantic federal commercial fishing permits? Does it seem like whenever you go online to fill out these permits, it takes too long, or you can’t find the ones that you need? Those are just some of the reasons that we started our commercial fishing permits site. Here, you can find all of the permits you need for the South Atlantic and elsewhere. That way, you can be in compliance long before you set out on the water.
Rock Shrimp South Atlantic Federal Commercial Fishing Permits
Just reading the name “rock shrimp” can be enough to make your mouth water. These shrimp are highly prized for any number of reasons, not the least of which is because they’re large and delicious. We offer easy access to the permits you need to be able to commercially fish in the South Atlantic region. That’s important because it’s more or less the only place you’re going to be able to find them. From Florida to the Gulf of Mexico, Cuba, and the Bahamas, that’s basically the only place to find them. So, if you want to get into the rock shrimp game, this is the best (and only) ticket in town.
Smoothhound Shark Permits
With a name like a cartoon character, fishing the smoothhound shark can be profitable indeed. For one thing, these sharks have multiple uses. For example, their liver can be used for both fishmeal and for oil. By that same token, many of the fisherpeople that fish them are going for food, as they can be served frozen, dry-salted, smoked, or even fresh. While the smoothhound shark can be found in many places, one of the regions where they’re the most abundant is in the South Atlantic. With our permits in place, you can make real money fishing these sharks.
What to Keep in Mind
If you’ve been in commercial fishing at all, then you know that there are so many rules and exceptions that may seem like a small thing but are actually a big deal. For example, when it comes to getting your Smoothhound Shark Commercial Fishing Permit Open Access, you can’t have an HMS Caribbean Small Boat Commercial Fishing permit in conjunction. By that same token, if you get a Rock Shrimp Commercial Fishing Permit for the South Atlantic EEZ Limited Access, then you need a Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) and you also cannot have a Rock Shrimp Carolina Zone permit.
Permits for Commercial Fishing All Over
Those are just some of the permits we offer for the South Atlantic. If you are fishing other fish in that region, or you’re fishing in some other region, in all likelihood, we can help you out. As you’ve seen, there are stringent rules and regulations that go along with each of these permits. Should you have any questions about how any of them work, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at (866) 292-4204.