Striped Bass Quota and Permit for Sale
BAY QUOTA FOR LEASE
1,299 pounds of 2018 Bay Quota for lease
$2.00 per pound
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Striped bass quota for sale
2017 bay quota for lease. 991 lbs $2.00/lb obo.
2017 bay quota for lease,
up to 10,000 lbs.
|Information on this page is submitted by Registered Commercial
Fishermen who wish to
purchase or lease striped bass quota. Fishermen, who currently hold
striped bass quota and wish to sell or lease the quota, may contact those
listed. If you are a VA
registered commercial fisherman and wish
to be added
to this list, E-mail the information you wish to post to email@example.com
. You must include your MRC ID.
in your request how long you would like your information
more than one year old will be removed.
DISCLAIMER: The persons selling and purchasing quota are responsible for their own terms and conditions. The VMRC will not participate in any negotiations between the two parties. The regulation (4 VAC 20-252-10 et seq.) is not intended to create any property right in anyone, and the Commission reserves the right to change this regulation at any time it deems it necessary because of biological conditions, and to change the regulation in all other respects at any time it deems it necessary to carry out its statutory mission. Click to view 4 VAC 20-252-10 et seq., "Pertaining to the Taking of Striped Bass".
The commercial striped bass fishery has limited entry. Criteria to participate in the commercial striped bass fishery is specified by VMRC Regulation 4 VAC20-252-10 et. seq.. Call (757) 247-2243 or e-mail Jill Ramsey (Include return e-mail address, name and phone number in body of message) for more information on obtaining a striped bass Bay or Ocean permit.
To commercially fish for striped bass in Virginia, you must be a registered commercial fisherman, have a striped bass permit and quota for the current year. You must also purchase a current year gear license for the gear you intend to use to catch the fish.
The physical transfer of striped bass quota must be approved by the Commissioner of Marine Resources and the information regarding the transfer must be noted on the permits that go with the quota. Both parties must agree as to whether the transfer is permanent or temporary. When you are ready to proceed with the physical transfer of quota call (757) 247-2237, for information on how to proceed with the legal transfer.
Information is posted in chronological order.