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New login page for PTNS, effective April 25, 2018. New login page for PTNS, effective April 25, 2018. Photo credit: NOAA Fisheries

April 23, 2018
Contact: Teri Frady

New Look for PTNS Beginning April 25, 2018

Starting on April 25, 2018 the PTNS website will have a new look (see image, right). Logins are unchanged.

All notifications with sail dates BEFORE May 1st, 2018 should continue to use the original PTNS. The original PTNS will remain available until the beginning of the new fishing year.

Notifications with sail dates ON or AFTER May 1st, 2018 should be entered and managed in the updated PTNS. You will be able to reach the new system by clicking on the PTNS LOGO BANNER at the top of the PTNS webpage.

To delay notifications from April to May, across the change in fishing years, contact the PTNS coordinators at 855-347-4371.

A Help Manual for the Updated PTNS will be available on the website on April 25th, 2018.

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