The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine will visit fishermen in Dingle when the restrictions end, to discuss the challenges the sector is experiencing.
His department owns, manages and maintains the six state-owned fishery harbour centres, which include Dingle.
The latest guidelines on fees for fishery harbour centres came into effect in 2012 but, since then, an internal review was commissioned.
It's now been completed and an updated order is being finalised.
Fine Gael TD Brendan Griffin had asked Minister Charlie McConalogue for an update on the review of harbour charges for fishermen and to make a statement on the matter.
The minister says it's now intended to undertake a public consultation process prior to the introduction of the updated rates and charges.
Deputy Griffin also extended an invitation to Minister McConalogue to visit Dingle to meet fishermen to discuss the challenges the sector is experiencing.
Minister McConalogue has confirmed he will visit Dingle when the restrictions are eased.