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1998 Catch by Period Print E-mail
Sunday, 02 October 2011 09:53
Fishing periods, number of fishing days, catch limit, commercial, research, and total catch (thousands of pounds, net weight) by regulatory area for the 1998 Pacific halibut commercial fishery.
Area Fishing Period No. Of Days Catch
Limit
Commercial
Catch
Research
Catch
Total
2A Treaty Indian Mar 15 - Mar 201

6

272 295.6 295.6
2A Commercial
Incidental in
Salmon Fishery
May - Jun
Aug - Oct
61
92

25.32
10.2
2.8
13.0
10.2
2.8
13.0
Directed Jul 22 10-hrs 82.0 82.0
Aug 12 10-hrs 43.0 43.0
Aug 26 10-hrs 14.5 14.5
Sep 23 10-hrs 12.0 12.0
143.63 151.5 151.5
Commercial
Total
168.9 164.5 164.5
2A Total 440.9 460.1 460.1
2B 3/15 - 11/15 245 13,0004 12,8955 255 13,150
2C5 3/15 - 11/15 245 10,5007 9,6666 526 10,192
3A 3/15 - 11/15 245 26,0007 24,538 1,165 25,703
3B 3/15 - 11/15 245 11,0007 10,464 696 11,160
4A 3/15 - 11/15 245 3,5007 3,221 197 3,418
4B 3/15 - 11/15 245 3,5007 2,788 113 2,901
4C 3/15 - 11/15 245 1,5907 1,256 1,256
4D 3/15 - 11/15 245 1,5907 1,308 1,308
4E 3/15 - 11/15 245 3207 188 188
Alaska Total 58,000 53,429 2,697 56,126
Grand Total 71,440.9 66,784.1 2,952 69,736.1

1Different treaty Indian tribes closed on different days, from 3/15 to 3/20.
2Pounds were carried over from the incidental to directed commercial catch limit.
3Fishing period limits by vessel class.
4An Additional 33,000 pounds available as carryover from 1997.
5Includes the pounds that were landed by Native communal commercial licenses (F licenses).
6Includes 11,000 pounds taken by Metlakatla Indians during additional fishing within reservation waters.
7Additional net carryover pounds (thousands) from the underage/overage program were 2C=216; 3A=393; 3B=84; 4A=43; 4B=51; 4C=13; 4D=4; 4E=0.

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