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Commercial Data Reporting

Per International Pacific Halibut Commission Fishery Regulations, Section 19. Logs, the following logbooks are authorized for reporting Pacific halibut.

For operators of any U.S. vessels that have an overall length of 26 feet (7.9 meters) or greater fishing for Pacific halibut

In Alaska:

In 2024, the IPHC will be testing an electronic equivalent to the IPHC Pacific halibut logbook for Alaska, accessible through Deckhand®. If you are interested in no-cost trial participation, contact us at secretariat@iphc.int.

In IPHC Regulatory Area 2A:

All logbooks must be open to inspection by an authorized representative of the Commission upon demand (§19(5)(d)) and submitted to the Commission within 30 days of the season closing date if not previously collected by an authorized representative of the Commission or otherwise made available to the Commission (§19(5)(f)):

For the operator of any Canadian vessel fishing for Pacific halibut:

  • British Columbia Integrated Groundfish Fishing Log

All logbooks must be open to inspection by an authorized representative of the Commission upon demand (§19(9)(c)) and submitted to the Commission within seven days of the final offload if not previously collected by an authorized representative of the Commission (§19(9)(f)):

Mailing instructions

If your logbook has not been collected in-season or otherwise made available, please mail the IPHC copy or a photocopy of the original to:

IPHC, 2320 WEST COMMODORE WAY, SUITE 300, SEATTLE, WA 98199, USA

Or send scanned versions by email: SECRETARIAT@IPHC.INT

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Year to Date Directed Commercial Pacific Halibut Landing Patterns (AK and BC) with Previous 3-Year Average

Fishery Landings by IPHC Regulatory Area

Modelled FISS O32 WPUE by IPHC Regulatory Area

Modelled FISS Stock Distribution by IPHC Regulatory Area

Modelled FISS All-sizes WPUE by IPHC Regulatory Area

Modelled FISS NPUE by IPHC Regulatory Area

Mortality by IPHC Regulatory Area

Commercial Fishery WPUE by IPHC Regulatory Area

Modelled FISS O32 Stock Distribution by IPHC Regulatory Area

Commercial Landings, Discard Mortality, and Fishery Limits by IPHC Regulatory Area

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Non-Directed Commercial Discard Mortality by IPHC Regulatory Area

Non-Directed Commercial Discard Mortality by IPHC Regulatory Area Share:

Female Spawning Biomass (SBio)

Female Spawning Biomass (SBio) How to cite: IPHC. 2024. Table

NOAA Groundfish Trawl Surveys Data Partnerships

NOAA Fisheries Groundfish Trawl Surveys The IPHC partners with the

Data Partnerships

Oceanographic Data At each FISS station, oceanographic equipment is deployed