If you are fishing in the ocean off the United States Coast. At what distance from shore do US fishing laws no longer apply?
The US Coast Guard listes, boundaries at 12, 24 and 200 Miles.
Maritime limits and boundaries for the United States are measured from the official U.S. baseline, recognized as the low-water line along the coast as marked on the NOAA nautical charts in accordance with the articles of the Law of the Sea. The Office of Coast Survey depicts on its nautical charts the territorial sea (12 nautical miles), contiguous zone (24nm), and exclusive economic zone (200nm, plus maritime boundaries with adjacent/opposite countries).
I think one of them applies to fishing, but I am not sure.