NOTICE: All Catcher Seller applications received after June 30th 2017 will need to be accompanied by a $25 permit processing fee. Payments will be able to be submitted through the ADF&G online store, cash, check or credit card. You will be able to call ADF&G to provide credit card information if you do not submit your application electronically.
APPLY ONLINE: Online applications will be accepted through Revenue Online.
- Online Instructions:
- Apply for a New Catcher Seller Permit via Revenue Online (PDF 3,691 kB)
- How to Renew a Permit in Revenue Online (PDF 335 kB)
More information about Revenue Online can be found on the Revenue Online Help page. For assistance with obtaining a DOR letter Id to Enroll in Revenue Online please contact ADF&G at (907) 465-6131
Catcher/Seller permits are for fisherman who wish to sell only their own catch, unprocessed (in the round), to members of the public, grocery stores or restaurants, or ADEC Waivered Buyers. In most cases sales occur directly from the vessel at the dock. If you do not sell from the dock you should contact the Department of Environmental Conservation at (907) 269-7501 to obtain the proper permits. You do not need a Catcher/Seller permit if you only sell to licensed processors. The fisherman must have at least one permit from the Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission for the current year in order to receive a Catcher/Seller permit. The Catcher/Seller is responsible for completing the fish ticket on the date of the landing for the entire catch (not for each sale) and must submit the fish ticket within 7 days to the nearest ADF&G office. For further details, or if you have questions please contact the Seafood Industry Coordinator at 907-465-6131 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Additional Information (PDF 154 kB)
- Catcher/Seller FAQs
- Fresh Fish for Sale! Catcher Sellers: How it Works (Alaska Fish & Wildlife News Article)