Presentation on The Effects of Reopening Cedar Bayou on Estuarine-Dependent Species

Written by Kim Ogonosky. Posted in News, Projects

HRI Masters Student Invited to Speak at 2015 ICC

On Friday, June 12, Quentin Hall, Masters Student at the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies, was the guest speaker at the 2015 CCA Texas InterChapter Challenge Tournament Captain’s Dinner. His informative presentation was titled, “The Effects of Reopening Cedar Bayou on Estuarine-Dependent Species.”

Guest Speaker LCDR Jason P. Brand Presents to CCA Texas Board

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Informative Discussion on the Mexican Lancha Threat
and its Economic Impact

On Tuesday, May 19, special guest Lieutenant Commander Jason P. Brand, Deputy Law Enforcement Chief for Coast Guard District Eight, gave a presentation to the CCA Texas Executive Board of Directors. This presentation detailed the Mexican lancha threat and its economic impact.

CCA Files Lawsuit to Stop Sector Separation

Written by Kim Ogonosky. Posted in News

For immediate release – April 22, 2015

CCA files lawsuit to stop sector separation

Legal challenge follows Commerce approval of controversial
red snapper management scheme

Coastal Conservation Association announced today that it has filed a lawsuit against implementation of Amendment 40 to the Fishery Management Plan for the Reef Fish Resources of the Gulf of Mexico. Also known as “sector separation,” the amendment is a highly controversial management plan for red snapper that takes a significant percentage of the recreational quota and reserves it solely for use by the charter/for-hire industry.

november, 2015

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18nov6:00 pm- 10:00 pm2015 Hays County Chapter Annual Banquet

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